Welcome to Chevin Medical Practice
We are a large training General Practice with three surgeries, providing a range of primary healthcare services to over 19,000 patients living in Otley, Bramhope, Pool and surrounding areas.
This website provides useful information about us and how to access our services in the most appropriate way for your needs.
COVID-19 Vaccine - Important Information
You will have seen on the news that Public Health England (PHE) and the NHS are continuing to roll out a vaccination programme for COVID-19. Chevin Medical Practice is working with other NHS providers and our healthcare partners to increase our offer to vaccinate as soon as doses become available to us to do so.
We have started the vaccination programme in partnership with our sister practices of Aireborough Family practice and Westgate surgery, using one of Chevin’s sites as a “Hub” - and we aim to vaccinate all our assigned priority groups, twice within the next 3 months but this will depend upon a reliable and sustained vaccine delivery schedule from our suppliers. We will do what we can with the tools we are given.
Vaccines may ultimately be offered from a number of different locations in Leeds to make sure everyone in Otley who needs a vaccine is able to get one.
All Care Home residents, the majority of our 70 year old patients and Clinically extremely vulnerable patients have now been vaccinated. We have also made good progress offering the vaccination to the 60-year-olds and over age group and patients with underlying health conditions. We are also offering the vaccine to the 55-year-olds and over age group.
Please could we kindly ask you to avoid calling the practice for information about the vaccine as we cannot provide any further details. We are experiencing high call volumes currently and calling for the vaccine may stop someone who needs urgent medical help getting through to us.
Please note a call centre to answer your COVID 19 vaccine related questions and appointment queries is now run with limited resources between 10am and 2pm Monday to Friday. If you need further information and it is not available on our website, please press 0 when you call our practice and wait to be connected.
We are working within strict local and national criteria and the realities of limited supplies. At the moment, there is a drastic shortage of vaccinations and we have not been informed when further supplies will be made available to us. If you haven't received an invite as yet, please be assured that as soon as we know when our next delivery of vaccines is we will let you know when it's your turn to have the vaccine based on the latest advice on priority groups. You must read the Patient Information leaflet before you attend your appointment for the Covid vaccine. Please note you cannot book an appointment for a Covid vaccine if you've had a Covid test done in the last 2weeks.
As a practice, we have decided not to give out cards to prove the Covid vaccination. We have not been notified by the government to issue proof of vaccination as yet. The information has been recorded in our patients' records and can be viewed on both the NHS App (under Consultations and Events) and on SystmOnline(under Consultations and Vaccinations).
For any queries around eligibility or suitability for the vaccination programme please ring the National helpline - 119. Please do ensure your contact details, including your mobile number are correct by logging in to your NHS App or Systmonline portal to update them. Please register for Online Services and you can book the appointment for a COVID vaccine yourself. Once vaccinated, you can also view the information about your COVID vaccination either on the NHS App or Online Services.
If you would like to register for online services, click here for further information
To access online services click here
Leeds City Council have kindly waived the parking fees for patients attending the COVID 19 vaccination clinics at Bridge Street Surgery.
Thank you for your support, we shall continue to support you all.