Trinity Medical Centre

1 Goldstone Villas, Hove, BN3 3AT

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Telephone: 01273 736030

Missing or incorrect data on your COVID Vaccination Passport

Changes to phone queing system

Information about the COVID-19 Booster Vaccination

If you are enquiring about a COVID Vaccination Passport, please do not ring the surgery. Please click here for more information

If you are eligible and you have not yet had your 1st COVID Vaccine you can call 03003038060 to book, please DO NOT call Trinity Medical Centre as the booking is out of our control. Further information can be found at

Please see the coloured tiles below for information on what we offer at the surgery and other guidance.

COVID-19 Vaccination

This page will give you all the information about COVID-19 Vaccinations as we receive the information ourselves. You will also find some helpful website links with further information, answer to some questions you may have as well as some frequently asked questions.

Please do not call the surgery to book in for the vaccine as this is not something we are able to do, if you are missing any vaccination data please see the below message.

COVID – 19 Booster Vaccination Programme:

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Missing or incorrect COVID-19 Vaccination data:

A new service has now been set up to help people in England who received their vaccinations in this country with missing or incorrect vaccination data. If you believe you have missing or incorrect COVID-19 vaccination data, please call 119 and ask the call agent to make a referral to the VDRS team on your behalf. The VDRS team will then call the person back within 5 working days.

A new website designed to help the public answer questions about the Covid-19 vaccine launched this week. Covid Vax Facts details answers from expert, independent doctors and scientists about the most common concerns raised by the public.

You can read the answers to key questions currently in the news or pose your own questions for a response.

The site has been developed by the Universities of Nottingham, Southampton,  Kings College London, and NIHR ARC Wessex, and led by Professor Kavita Vedhara from the School of Medicine at Nottingham

If you have any concerns about the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine and blood clotting – please click here > COVID-19 Vaccination and blood clotting

Easy Read information leaflet: 

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Please read all the information below it includes information of what to expect from your COVID vaccination appointment and has useful links that contain all information you need:

COVID-19 vaccination programme: 

Below are a few videos that may be helpful to you:

Further information can be found at the link below:

COVID 19 Vaccination Fact Checker:

Translated COVID 19 Resources:

We have received a number of enquiries this week about access to language support at vaccination centres and services. If you do not speak English as your first language, interpreting support is available at all of our vaccination sites and can be easily arranged to support you during your appointment. Face to face interpreting is available and can be requested from local organisations including Vandu and Sussex Interpreting Services.

They can be contacted using the details below:

Telephone interpreting is also available on site at all services. If you are d/Deaf, face to face British Sign Language (BSL) interpreting is also available by self-referral from Action Deafness and a video relay service using Signlive is available at all GP led local vaccination services, pharmacy led services and the vaccination centres.

COVID 19 Vaccination information in 5 South Asian Languages:

FAQ’s on COVID 19 Vaccination

What to expect at your COVID Vaccination appointment?

• You will be asked to attend the same site to receive both vaccinations.

• You will be given two doses of the same vaccination (i.e., 2x Pfizer or 2x Oxford or 2x Moderna). You cannot ask to choose one type of vaccine over another. They are all effective.

• You will be screened for potential allergic reactions before getting vaccinated. All vaccinators will have the training they need to deal with any rare cases of adverse reactions, and all venues will be equipped to care for people who need it.

• After you have received the vaccine you will be given a card or paper indicating the date of your vaccination, type of vaccine and batch.

• Your GP will automatically be informed that you have been vaccinated