Croyard Medical Practice COVID-19 Vaccinations


We are delighted to announce Croyard Road Surgery’s next vaccine clinic. If you are 40-49 you should expect to receive a letter sent to your home with an invitation to attend the BLACK ISLE SHOWGROUND on Thursday 27th May. The invitation will have a TIME to attend. Please do your best to stick to this time to avoid confusion at the venue. If by Monday 24th May you have yet to receive a letter, and registered with Croyard Road please contact us at the Practice. More details on how to enter and exit the Showground will follow. This will primarily be a drive through clinic - some walk in capacity will be available, depending on the weather. Thank you for all your patience - we have had to take some time to organise the staff and resources needed to offer a clinic this size to our patients. Apologies if some felt “missed” out - if all goes well all eligible patients in phase one will have been offered a first dose vaccine by the 31st March. I hope this clarifies any concerns people had regarding the timing of vaccination. Thanks once again to the Black Isle Showground team for allowing use of the venue.





PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT the Practice with enquiries about COVID-19 vaccinations we will get in touch with eligible patient groups as and when stock is available to us.  The following is very useful information about the groups and order in which they will be taking place.

The groups most at risk will be vaccinated first and are as follows:

Residents in Care Homes for older adults and their carers

People aged 80 and over

Frontline Health and Social care workers

All those 75-79 years of age

All those 70-74 years of age

Extremely clinically vulnerable

All those 65 years of age and over

All individuals aged 18 years to 64 years with underlying health conditions and unpaid carers

All those 60 - 64

All those 50 - 59

Vaccination for other groups will begin as soon as supply of vaccines becomes available.

The order in which people will be offered the vaccine is based on advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI)

Thank you 


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