COVID-19 Vaccinations Update

The Surgery has nearly completed vaccinating our eligible patients with their second COVID vaccine.

If you had your first vaccine from us over 8 weeks ago and have not been given an appointment for your second vaccine please contact the surgery. All weekend clinics have now finished, vaccinations will be carried out during normal surgery hours.

Please note that the Surgery is no longer able to give any first vaccine doses. If you have not had your first vaccine yet please contact the Cwm Taf Vaccination advice line by email at CTM.VaccinationEnquiries@wales.nhs.uk or telephone them at  (01685) 726464.  They are open seven days a week, 9:00am to 4:30pm.

COVID-19 Vaccinations Update

The Surgery has now given 3441 COVID vaccine doses. We would like to reiterate that we are now only able to give second dose vaccines.

This weekend, on Saturday 8th May, we will be vaccinating those who received their first vaccination dose on the weekend of 20th/21st February.

If you had your first dose on or before these dates and have not already received an appointment please contact the Surgery.

If you have not had your first vaccine yet and are in the eligible groups/age range please contact the Cwm Taf Vaccination advice line by email at CTM.VaccinationEnquiries@wales.nhs.uk or telephone them at (01685) 726464. They are open seven days a week, 9:00am to 4:30pm.

For detailed up-to-date information please see the the Cwm Taf COVID-19 Vaccine Information page.

Second COVID-19 Vaccination Update

The Surgery is continuing to only give second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. This Saturday, 24th April 2021, we are vaccinating those who had their first vaccination on the weekend of the 6th/7th February.

If you have not been contacted yet for this, or if you had your first vaccine earlier than this and have not had your second vaccination yet, please ring either of the surgeries to book your Saturday appointment.

Easter Closing

We will be closed on Friday 2nd April and Monday 5th April because of the Bank Holidays. The Surgery will therefore close at 6:30pm on Thursday 1st April and re-open at 8am on Tuesday 6th April.

For urgent care please call the GP Out-of-Hours Service on 111 (calls are free from landlines and mobiles). For advice you can call NHS Direct Wales on 0845 4647 or visit www.nhsdirect.wales.nhs.uk

COVID-19 Vaccinations Update

We have now given 2400 first doses of the vaccine. As of next Friday (26th March 2021) we will be starting to call patients for their second dose of vaccine.

Limited vaccine supply means we will not be able to give any more first doses at present. The second dose of vaccine will be given within 12 weeks of the first. We will be contacting people for the second dose in the order in which they received their first dose from us.

Post edited and updated Tuesday 6th April

COVID-19 Vaccinations Update

The Surgery has now attempted to reach everybody in the 18-64 age group with underlying health conditions (Eligibility for the vaccine) by phone. If you have not been contacted by us and feel you are in this group please ring the surgery before 3pm on Friday to make an appointment (and update your contact details if necessary).

COVID-19 Vaccinations Update

Patients aged 18-64 with underlying health conditions

The Surgery is continuing to vaccinate patients aged 18-64 with underlying health conditions. Details of eligibility for this group (P6) can be found on the Public Health Wales web page: Eligibility for the vaccine. If you are in one of the clinical risk groups specified and have not been contacted by the surgery by 19th March then please contact us.

If you are a patient aged 65 or over and have missed your first vaccination please contact the surgery so that we can arrange an appointment for you.

Patients aged 50-64

The Community Vaccination Centres are currently vaccinating patients aged 60-64. They will then be vaccinating those aged 55-59, followed by those aged 50-54. Appointments will be sent by letter from the NHS. Our vaccination centre is currently the Cynon Valley Indoor Bowls Centre in Mountain Ash.

Unpaid Carers

An online self-referral form for unpaid carers is available on the NHS Wales website: Vaccine Appointments. If you meet the eligibility criteria you will be sent an appointment by letter within 3 weeks. Please note this is not arranged by the GP surgeries.

Further Information

For more information regarding the COVID-19 vaccination programme in Cwm Taf Morgannwg please go to their website: COVID-19 Vaccination Programme.

There is also a dedicated vaccination advice line to assist with enquiries, open 7 days a week – Monday-Friday 9am-5pm and Saturday/Sunday 9am-4:30pm. The number is 01685 726464.

COVID-19 Vaccinations Update

We are currently vaccinating at risk patients, including those with a BMI of 40 or above.

If you think your BMI is in that category please contact the surgery with an up-to-date weight and we can arrange an appointment for you.

COVID-19 Vaccinations Update

Foundry Town Clinic was happy to be able to vaccinate 230 patients aged 65+ or in the at risk categories on Saturday 13th February despite the poor weather. Thank you to all those patients who managed to keep their appointments, or came earlier by request.

Unfortunately, due to the snow, we were unable to complete our last few housebound vaccinations. These will be carried out over the next week/weekend.

We will be continuing with at risk patients aged 18-64 and any patient aged 65 or over during the weekend of 20th/21st February, depending on vaccine supply. There are a significant number of patients in this category so please wait for us to ring you.

COVID-19 Vaccination Appointments for those over 69

If you, or any family members registered with the Surgery, are aged 69 and over and have not had a COVID vaccination, or do not have one booked, please telephone us – (01685) 875906/872006 – to let us know. We have appointments available on the afternoon of Thursday 11th February and all day Saturday 13th February at both Aberdare and Aberaman sites.

These appointments are also available for anybody aged 18 and over in possession of a shielding letter or who is classified as clinically extremely vulnerable.