Seasonal Flu vaccines for 50 - 64 years old now in stock call to book an appointment

Contraceptive Implant Service now available at the practice



Burnham Surgery with support of Mid Essex CCG have commissioned the medical team from to support Diabetic patients test their kidney function at home

New Online booking for Blood tests for St. Peter's & Broomfield

Coil removal service by female GP available

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Welcome to The Burnham Surgery

Hello and welcome to our website.  We’ve packed it full of useful information in a very easy to use format with the added benefit of several online functions. If you’re new to the area, have a look at our opening times.

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NHS do not require bank details - if asked for bank details regarding your covid pass do not pass on your bank details



Do you still need your Covid-19 vaccine or booster?

The Essex Vax Van is coming to Burnham on Crouch!

If you have had trouble accessing one of the existing vaccination clinics then this is an opportunity to come and begin or progress your vaccine journey in an a location convenient to you.

Fully equipped and supported by the team running the successful Maldon vaccination centre the Essex Vaccination Van will be parking up a the Burnham Station House on three different dates to offer a pop up clinic.

Book your hour slot and come along

Times may vary.

Alternatively call 01621 851891 to book a slot

Walk ins will be accepted on a first come basis

Burnham Vax Van Leaflet

Check your eligibility online here

Vax Van


50-64s  18-64 with medical condition as listed in Green book

We have received a further delivery of vaccines  for the under 50-64 and 18-64 with medical condition cohort. We have contacted all the patients we can.

Alternatively you could attend the surgery to book an appointment or call after 4pm when lines are hopefully not as busy.

Please ensure your contact details are correct and up to date with the practice in particular if you have recently changed your mobile number please advise us of new number and provide consent to text messaging.

Flu Vaccine who should have it and why

Easy Read Flu Vaccination Information

Updated 08/01/2021


(Updated 10th Jan 2022)

Walk-in vaccination clinics (

The guidelines for transportation of Covid vaccines has been relaxed by the government and vaccines can now be taken from the PCN designated site to the surgery.

Trinity Medical Centre are running Walk in Clinics until 31st Jan 2022

Monday to Friday 8am to 1pm. 

Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 2pm - 6pm

Tues 18th Jan 2022 2pm-6pm cancelled clinic

anybody eligible for a 1st,2nd,3rd,4th dose or booster!

Maldon District Council Walk In clinics

 Across Essex the NHS and its partners are working extremely hard to roll out the COVID-19 booster vaccination programme to our communities.

 You can book your booster for 3 months from the date of second vaccine, and you can access the National Booking System to book the appointment from 2 months.

 NHS are working at pace to increase the availability of appointments so that there are plenty of options for people on the National Booking System.

 Appointments will be added to the National Booking System and so we encourage everyone who is aged 18 and over, is yet to have their booster and who is approaching 3 months from your second vaccine to use the National Booking System to arrange your appointment when you are able to do so.

 In terms of any planned appointments with The Burnham Surgery there are no changes at the current time and everyone should attend your planned appointments as normal. If we need to make any changes, we will contact you directly.

If you have missed our call/invite we would advise to book through the government booking  website.

Link to the national booking system:

Book a coronavirus vaccination - NHS (

If you are struggling to book their appointment, please contact the CCG Central Referral Team(CRS - open Mon – Fri, 8am – 6pm) who will be able to help

Contact number: 0300 123 0771

For any questions you have about Covid Vaccinations can be found at our CCG's website

or if you have any questions about vaccines email

If you have no transport

People living in Essex, who have no means of transport, can now get help to attend pre-booked appointments.

 People who are struggling to attend their booster jab appointment because of transport issues can now get help from Essex County Council.

 The Essex Wellbeing Service is now able to organise transport for Essex residents who are finding it difficult to organise a way to attend their vaccine appointment. Transport will be provided by taxi service.

 This service is free of charge and can also be used if you need transport to get to your first or second dose appointments.

 Essex residents who would like help getting to their appointments can email or call 0300 303 9988.  The phone line is open Monday to Friday from 8am to 7pm and from 10am to 2pm on Saturdays. Callers’ needs will be verified, and they will be asked to provide their booking reference or a screenshot of their  appointment details.

 Alternatively,  there is Community Transport routes for residents without transport can contact directly. These are also for pre-booked appointments.

 Community360 for the Colchester or Maldon area: 01206 216600



Thank you letter from Prime Minister to NHs Staff


Maylandsea Primary School Gifts for NHS  Staff

Why are practices working differently


Information Supplied by NHS Digital


Face to Face



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October 2019-2020




12% increase in appointments

This does not included Coronavirus Vaccination clinics run at South Woodham by Dengie & SWF PCN of which our staff organise and attend with the other practices in this area.

Online Questionnaires

The practice is sending out messages to your mobile phone to allow us to update your medical records - current questions are related to Height & Weight, Ethnicity, Smoking status, Blood Pressure.

We hope as many of our patients will respond however you are always welcome to drop a note to the surgery with your answers and we can add the detail's to your records.

Many thanks for your time

Help us to keep everyone safe

GP practices and other NHS health settings continue to follow national recommendations to prevent the spread of infection. This is to help protect our staff and patients, particularly those who may be more vulnerable to infections. Please do your bit by continuing to wear a face covering and maintaining a social distance when attending any NHS appointments. #HelpUsHelpYou

If you experience any coronavirus symptoms, please do not attend in person. If you’re worried about your symptoms, or you’re not sure what to do, get help from NHS 111 at, only call 111 if you can’t get help online.

NHS Covid Pass

People living in England who have had a full course (2 vaccines) of the COVID-19 vaccine can demonstrate their COVID-19 vaccination status for international travel. A full course is currently two doses of the Moderna, AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccine, or one dose of the Janssen single-dose vaccine. The covid pass will not show you your booster vaccination. People can prove their vaccination status through the NHS COVID Pass service:

People need to register with NHS login for the digital services. NHS login registrations may take longer than usual when there are high numbers of requests.

If people cannot access online services, and they are due to travel abroad in the near future, they can call 119 to request a letter that will provide evidence of their vaccination status.

This practice is not able to provide you with a letter that shows your COVID-19 vaccination status. Please do not contact the practice about your COVID-19 vaccination status unless you have been advised to by the 119 service.

When you're planning your travel, you should check the latest information on demonstrating your COVID-19 status when travelling abroad on the website. Make sure there is enough time to get proof of your COVID-19 vaccination status before you are due to travel.

Request a letter via the NHS website

It can take up to 5 working days from the date of receiving your full course of the vaccine before the system is updated. We then expect the letter to take up to 5 working days to reach you.

Request a COVID Pass letter via the NHS website

Diabetes Kidney Testing At Home

Burnham Surgery and Mid Essex CCG have commissioned to support patients to test their kidney function at home

As you know, as part of your diabetes annual review, urine testing is really important to look for early signs of kidney damage. We do this through a test called the albumin:creatinine ratio (ACR) test, which looks for small amounts of protein in the urine.

 We know people struggle to do the test, and many would prefer to avoid the clinic and test at home wherever possible. That’s why we are offering a new, NHS funded service to allow people to do this test at home with a kit and a smartphone.

 If you meet the criteria for the new service, you will receive a text message (or a letter!) about this testing process, which is run by If you want to find out more, please click here:

 If you want to speak to their customer support team, you can call them on 020 7183 7939.

New Service

Skin Analytics is a new service that uses artificial intelligence (AI) and new technology to help GPs make a decision on skin marks or moles (we call these lesions).

When you make an appointment with your GP about mole or mark you are concerned about, the GP will take a picture of the mark using a special dermascope camera attached to a smart phone. This will be sent to the DERM AI programme which is able to make a decision on whether this might be skin cancer or just a dermatology referral.

Keeping patients and NHS staff safe – just Think NHS 111 First

Think 111 First before going to accident and emergency

The NHS has introduced a new system for people needing urgent medical care when it is not a “life or limb threatening” 999 emergency.


If you have an urgent medical problem or you’re not sure what to do, just call NHS 111 first and they’ll make sure you get to the best place for you to be seen safely and quickly.


In mid and south Essex our NHS 111 team has access to clinical experts and if you need to visit the emergency department (A&E) they can book you a time slot when you should attend.


They’ll also let the hospital know when you’re coming. This means you could avoid a lengthy wait in the waiting room and be seen more quickly.


Calling NHS 111 first could mean some people do not need to visit A&E at all.

Their needs could be met by visiting a pharmacy or arranging an appointment at their GP practice. The NHS 111 team will advise on the right thing to do.

And if you’ve arrived at the emergency department without contacting NHS 111 first, you will still be seen, but you may have to wait longer unless you need immediate treatment.


A new App has been put together with health care workers across Essex, which provides self-care and advice to parents of children aged 0-11. It will support parents in knowing what to do if their child is unwell.

It is normal to feel anxious when your child is ill. Sometimes their illness is obvious – they may have visible symptoms such as a runny nose. At other times it isn’t as easy to identify the problem even though you know your child best and can spot if something is wrong. Most illnesses such as sore throats and ear ache get better by themselves but it’s important that parents know what to do if their child is unwell and how to recognise the signs.


The new NHS Essex Child Health app has been designed to give parents, grandparents and carers across Essex NHS advice at their fingertips, to help look after their children’s health and recognise when they are unwell.

The app is free to download for both Android and Apple. Just search for ‘NHS Essex Child Health' 


Letter to patients from Practice

It was announced yesterday that from July 24th 2020 everyone is required to wear a face covering when entering a shop or business.

This is in addition to wearing one on Public Transport which has been mandatory for some time now.

If you feel you are unable to wear a mask for auditory/sensory/breathing reasons, please visit and download an exemption card for you to show if asked why you are not wearing one.

Please note, it is NOT the responsibility or the role of the Surgery to issue anyone with an exemption letter or certificate. Please visit the website above for more information.

Face coverings: when to wear one, exemptions, and how to make one - GOV.UK (


Burnham Surgery has been chosen to trial a new app for patients with Type 2 Diabetes, Asthma and COPD.

An interactive app which can be used on mobile phone, tablet or home computer.

Designed to help patients manage their condition and brings you the most comprehensive, user friendly app available on any device. Built by experts the App puts you in control like never before, with expert education on all aspects. 

If you are interested let the surgery know by contacting them and providing your name , Date of Birth and email address and we will register you for the App.

We now have a Digital Health Support Adviser to help you set up the App

Details below on how to contact her

My Health Digital Support



How to Self Isolate

Information is updated regularly follow link for latest details

Access all Areas

Existing patients can enjoy access to our wide range of services. Whether managing your appointment or ordering a repeat prescription.

Please make sure you inform reception if you need to cancel your appointment.

We have a high number of wasted appointments every month as patients do not inform us that they are unable to attend.

Some patients have requested these as urgent appointments.

Thank you for your co-operation in letting us know when you are unable to attend it will help us to improve our service and give other patients the opportunity of an appointment.

Your Health in Safe Hands

The team are here to provide all patients with a professional and caring healthcare experience in friendly and personal surroundings. With discretion and confidentiality guaranteed your welfare is safe, secure and in good hands.


The car park immediately outside the surgery is free (maximum of 3 hours).
There are disabled parking bays and there is a ramp for easy access to the surgery.

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