COVID-19 vaccine

Covid-19 vaccine - 1st and 2nd doses for all patients aged 18-years and over are now being offered and given by our staff at Swanley, St Mary's Road BR8 7BU.

*You can also access the National Booking Service here* or dial 119.

Download your COVID Pass via the NHS APP here

Apply for a paper covid pass here

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What to expect after your vaccination for children and young people


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Covid-19 vaccinations are being delivered through a range of NHS services and our practice population will be invited based on a nationally set priority list. Please do not contact the surgery - Patients are being contacted by our local Federation (DGS Health) who are providing the service to Surgeries in the Swanley and Rural area.

Clinics are being held at St Mary's Church Hall, London Road BR8 7AQ.

The Federation will contact patients to invite them for their two vaccinations.

Our phone lines are extremely busy and we would appreciate your help in freeing up the phone lines so patients can call regarding other Health matters.



Tuesday 9 February 2021

Covid-19 vaccinations

Prime Minister's announcement

The government announced yesterday (08/02/2021) that anyone aged 70 and over or on the Shielded Patients List (because they are clinically extremely vulnerable) who have not yet been vaccinated against Covid should contact the NHS to arrange a jab. 

People are being encouraged to use the National Booking System or if they can’t book online to call 119.

Covid-19 vaccine

Covid-19 vaccinations will be provided through a range of local NHS services. The vaccines will be available to everyone over 18 years old. People will be invited for vaccination based on a nationally set priority list. The elderly and most at risk from Covid-19 will be vaccinated first

We are not currently providing Covid-19 vaccines. We will update this page when more information about local vaccine services is confirmed.

You do not need to contact the surgery until you receive a letter, text or phone call about getting the Covid-19 vaccines. Our phone lines are very busy and we would appreciate your support to keep phone lines open for people needing to make appointments for other health matters.

The vaccination programme will take several months to work through everyone, so it could be some time before you are contacted.

Please help protect yourself, friends and loved ones by getting vaccinated when you are invited.

Find out more

For more information about the Covid-19 vaccination programme in Kent and Medway please visit

For national information about the vaccine visit 

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