Primary Care Networks form a key building block of the NHS long-term plans. By bringing general practices together it is hoped to provide a wider range of services to patients whilst also decreasing the workload on GP’s, improving the ability of practices to recruit and retain staff, manage finances and facilities more efficiently and to more easily integrate with the wider health and care system.
Over the next few weeks, the NHS in Andover will be inviting all of those aged 50 or over for a vaccination against coronavirus. Adelaide Medical Centre, Andover Health Centre, Charlton Hill Surgery, Shepherd’s Spring Medical Centre and St Mary’s Surgery are collaborating together to provide vaccines from The Lights theatre in Andover. This page gives information on where to go and what to expect once you have been invited. You will be contacted directly when it is your turn so please do not contact your practice to book an appointment.
The Lights Theatre, West Street, Andover, Hampshire, SP10 1AH
The entrance to the COVID Vaccination site is towards the rear of the Magistrates (West St) car park and will be well signposted.
There are car parks close by, please see the map below:
Please arrive in good time and allow the time needed for you to walk from your car to the vaccination centre. Simply Health have kindly allowed us the use of their car park at Anton House. If you have reduced mobility, then please use the Magistrates (West St) Car Park.
There will be some limited Blue Badge spaces available in the Magistrates (West St) Car Park as well as some free parking for those with reduced mobility who don’t have a blue badge. Please see the map enclosed.
Please take some time to read the following leaflet about the vaccination. It is important to read this before you arrive:
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