Lime Tree Ave,

Findon Valley,

Worthing, BN14 0DL

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When will I get my Covid-19 Vaccination?

Covid-19 vaccine update from Dr David Stokes - The Doctor Family Podcast

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Covid-19 Vaccine Programme


We are delighted to announce that the Worthing will start vaccinating patients aged 80 and over in early January 2020. In Worthing 3 sites have been approved for vaccination, those being Durrington Health Centre, St Lawrence Surgery and the Strand Medical Centre.  We are still awaiting confirmation of delivery of the first batch of vaccine so we are unable to give a confirmed date at the stage but we will update our webpages as soon as we can.

Clinic times will run from 8am to 8pm for 3 consecutive days following delivery of the vaccine and booking will be conducted by our local federation, Innovation in Primary Care, who will call patients directly when they are able to arrange appointments (please DO NOT call your surgery who are not able to make an appointment for you).  Patient will be asked to book for both the first and second part of vaccination (which will take place at least 3 weeks later).

In Worthing there are over 8,000 patients aged 80 or over, so it will not be possible to book everyone in to the first clinics. Please bear with us as we work to vaccinate our patients as quickly as we can.

If you would like more information about the vaccine, it can be found here:



Face Coverings/Masks

For the safety of all our staff and patients, we kindly request that all patients aged 11 and above wear a face covering when attending the surgery (this can be a face mask, a scarf, bandana or handkerchief). For ideas from the BBC on how to make a face covering click here.

(Site updated 18/01/2021)
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