This information is only for patients who have been invited and booked their vaccine, if you have not been invited yet please wait until we contact you.
We are pleased you have made your appointment to have the COVID19 vaccine. Please inform us by phoning the surgery if you are unable to make your appointment or answer yes to any of the questions below.
Please answer the following questions:
- Are you currently unwell with fever? No Yes
- Are you currently isolating? No Yes
- Have you ever had any serious reactions to a vaccination that needed admission to hospital? No Yes
- Do you have any significant allergies to drugs or foods resulting in anaphylaxis or hospital admission? No Yes
- Have you received any other vaccine in the last 7 days? No Yes
- Have you tested positive for Coronavirus in the last 4 weeks (if yes will need to wait 4 weeks from positive result date before vaccination) No Yes
The appointment will be at Halsey Hall, Turners Hill. Cheshunt. EN8 8NJ.
The entrance to the clinic can be found by following the gravel pathway to the back of the hall.
Please try to arrive on foot if possible as disabled parking only available at Halsey Hall.
If you need to drive please park in the Cheshunt Community Car Park, you can park free of charge for forty minutes as long as you place a note in your windscreen with the following information:
- The date
- Vehicle Registration
- Time of Arrival
- Time of Vaccination
Important information about your appointment
- Please ensure you are well on the day with no temperature as you will be asked to leave if you have a temperature
- Please arrive on time for your appointment, do not arrive early as we cannot accommodate patients inside the hall until their appointment time
- Please attend your appointment alone if possible
- Please wear a face mask and observe 2m distancing rules
- Please wear a short sleeve item of clothing so you do not need to undress but wear a thick coat on the top as the hall will be cold
- There are NO toilet facilities at the hall that can be used.
You will be provided with printed information available on the day.
Information about COVID-19 vaccines is available at: www.gov.uk/government/collections/immunisation and www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/coronavirus-vaccine
The COVID-19 vaccination will reduce the chance of you suffering from COVID-19 disease. Like all medicines, no vaccine is completely effective and it takes a few weeks for your body to build up protection from the vaccine. Some people may still get COVID-19 despite having a vaccination, but this should lessen the severity of any infection.
The vaccine cannot give you COVID-19 infection, and two doses will reduce your chance of becoming seriously ill. You will still need to follow the guidance in public places & work if applicable Like all medicines, vaccines can cause side effects. Most of these are mild and short-term, and not everyone gets them.