Book Your COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Now

Local GPs and Community networks are doing all they can to fight against the Covid-19 Virus.

For more information on who and how to get the COVID-19 Vaccine please access the following links:


- Lambeth Jab

National booking service

Dear patientes, Please note that The Covid Vaccine Clinic has now moved from Montgomery Hall to the Akerman Medical Centre

  • Walk in appointments are 1pm - 6pm Mon - Sun, except Sat 9am - 2pm.


COVID Vaccination Programme

Dear Patients,

The local COVID vaccination programme has started inviting the oldest age groups. 

You will be contacted when it is your turn - PLEASE DO NOT contact us in advance.

For more information about Covid19 vaccination priority groups please access the following link covid-19-vaccination-first-phase-priority-groups.

To have your questions answered about the Covid Vaccine please see our Covid Vaccine - Q&A section.

NHS Covid Pass / Recovery Certificate

Anybody needing to demonstrate your COVID 19 status, will need to get a NHS COVID Pass letter. This is not a document which the surgery can provide. Please call 119 and option 3 or Click here to apply online.

Please be advised that the surgery does not provide recovery letters for travel, if you do not have your email proving your positive result from a PCR test we can provide a printout from your records detailing this for you.

Some private GP’s/private practices do offer this chargeable service, please do not contact the surgery to request a certificate as we will be unable to assist you.

Covid Medical Exemption / Unable to get vaccinated

How to apply for official proof that, for medical reasons, you're unable to be vaccinated or unable to be vaccinated and tested for COVID-19.

Getting Tested

For guidance on coronavirus testing, including who is eligible for a test, how to get tested and the different types of test available. COVID-19 – Getting tested


General Advice

If you have any symptoms of continuous cough, temperature, shortness of breath or changes in smell and taste then please follow the SELF ISOLATION process at

You can find more information on the following links

Advice for people at high risk from coronavirus (shielding)

New Advice – 60 Languages

uk coronavirus nformation - 60 Languages

Due to the current pandemic and pressure on General Practice, we are prioritising the urgent medical needs of our patients and will not be providing a medical certificate for this absence. Please access the following links, print and give it to your employers if needed. 

Guidance for Employees

Self-Isolation note COVID 19

Suspected Covid 19 - Self Isolation Guidance

Medical Certificate COVID19.pdf

Frequently Asked Questions

We have written a series of frequently asked questions (FAQs) to help answer common queries. Please look at this list of questions and answers before contacting us as you may find the information you need written here.


  • How do I know if I have Coronavirus?

  • How do I get a test for Coronavirus?

  • My child’s school needs a letter about coronavirus, how can I get one?

  • My place of work needs a letter about coronavirus, what do  I do?

  • I can’t wear a face mask and I need proof of this.

Springfield Coronavirus Updates