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COVID-19 Vaccine

SPCT is leading a system wide team across Salford in the largest NHS vaccination programme in history. SPCT along with colleagues across Primary Care in Salford, and from the Salford CCG and Salford City Council teams are working together to deliver COVID-19 vaccinations to the people of Salford.

The roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccine commenced in December 2020, and has grown as increasing numbers of people have been called forward for their vaccinations across the City.

How to get your vaccine in Salford:

    • Anyone aged 18 years or older will be offered two doses of the vaccine
    • Young people aged 16 -17 years of age will be offered a first dose of Pfizer (if you turn 18 years old in three months, you will be offered a second dose)
    • If you're pregnant or under 40 you'll usually be given the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines
    • You should have the same vaccine for both doses, unless you had serious side effects (such as a serious allergic reaction) after your first dose
    • Children aged 12-15 years will be offered a first dose of the Pfizer vaccine through the school immunisation programme or can book an appointment through the national booking system (likely to be at the Greater Manchester vaccination centre based at the Etihad campus)
    • Children aged 12-15 years who are at high risk from COVID-19 will be offered two doses of the Pfizer vaccine: 
      - live with someone who is more likely to get infections (such as someone who has HIV, has had a transplant or is having certain treatments for cancer, lupus or rheumatoid arthritis)
      - have a condition that means they're at high risk from COVID-19, such as:
      a condition that means they're more likely to get infections (such as some genetic conditions or types of cancer)
      - severe or multiple learning disabilities (or they're on the learning disability register)
      - a severe problem with the brain or nerves, such as cerebral palsy
      - Down's syndrome
    • Please note: if your child is aged 12-15 years old and fits the above criteria, you'll be contacted directly to arrange their vaccine appointment. Children under 16 cannot attend clinics without an appointment

      There are lots of ways you can get your COVID-19 vaccine in Salford:

    • If you live in Swinton, Little Hulton or Walkden, contact your GP practice
    • If you live elsewhere in Salford, you can book your appointment online via www.salford.nhsvaccinations.co.uk or call 0161 983 0593

    You can view all our clinics here: COVID-19 vaccine clinics :: Salford CCG

Salford Wide

Extended Primary Integrated Care 24 – EPiC 24

EPiC 24 was formed with the vision that our patients should expect high quality healthcare, which ensures that patients are able access the care they need, in the most appropriate setting and are seen by the most appropriate clinicians.

We believe that EPiC 24 is one of the first truly integrated models of care which has aligns urgent and unscheduled care services via our clinical hub to ensure that the people of Salford benefit directly. The services currently offered by EPiC 24 include:

• Urgent and Unscheduled care – ‘GP Out of Hours’
• COVID Assessment Service –including Home Assessment Service / Phlebotomy
• Urgent and Emergency Care by Demand / NHS 111 First
• Operating as a Locality Clinical Assessment service
• Extended Access clinics

All activity is managed via our digital clinical hubs which allow all team members to connect with each other across the services. Our clinical hub has allowed us to very flexible and agile with our workforce and service delivery teams.

We aim ensure that primary care integrates with urgent care services, to ensure that we minimise duplication, and develop bespoke local services which best meet the needs of our patients.
Clinical governance, safe guarding and maintaining high standards of care are key priorities.

We are proud that even during our short history we have delivered outstanding results across various services, all made possible due to the support of our stakeholders, the primary care networks, and other partners. Even during the most challenging and difficult times; EPiC 24 has very successfully started to achieve its vision and purpose. Patient involvement and feedback is of paramount importance to us and we are pleased this too has been very positive, however, this makes more determined than ever, to continue to deliver highest quality care to the people of Salford.

- Key Roles
- Operations Manager EPiC 24
- Clinical Lead EPiC 24
- Service Co-coordinators EPiC 24
- Rota Co-ordinators EPiC24

Our Practices

We are proud to serve 20,000 patients across Eccles, Little Hulton, Charlestown and Lower Kersal via the three practices of:
• Salford Primary Care Together (Eccles) - CQC overall rating - Outstanding
• Salford Primary Care Together (Little Hulton) - CQC overall rating - Good
• Salford Primary Care Together (Willow Tree) - CQC overall rating - Good

We also run the Homeless Service - CQC overall rating - Good

For further details about opening times, locations, how to make an appointment at the GP practices and more, click here

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