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The Surgery will be closed for Training on:

Thursday 29th November 2018 from:    3.30 - 6.30

Wednesday 30th January 2019 from:    3.30 - 6.30

Tuesday 19th March 2019 from:            3.30 - 6.30

WE ARE NOW BOOKING FLU JABS

Are you eligible for a FREE NHS flu jab?

To see if you qualify, check the list below.

All patients aged over 65 years

Patients on cancer treatments or long term steroid therapy

Pregnant women

Patients with BMI >40

Patients with diabetes

Patients with heart disease

Patients with liver disease

Patients with COPD/Asthma

Patients with neurological disease

Carers

Children aged between 2 and 3 years on 31.08.18

Clinics for 2018 Our Flu vaccinations

Wednesday, 26 September 2.00 – 5.00 PM 

Friday, 19 October 3.20 – 5.00 PM

Saturday, 27 October 8.00 AM – 1.00 PM

Saturday, 3 November 8.00 AM – 1.00 PM

Tuesday, 6 November 8.30 AM – 1.00 PM

Tuesday, 13 November 8.30 AM – 1.00 PM

Saturday, 24 November 8.00 AM – 1.00 PM

If you are interested in joining our Patient participation Group click on the link on the right hand side of the screen or come along to the surgery & pick up a leaflet.

Seasonal Flu Vaccination

Flu (also known as influenza) is a highly infectious illness caused by the flu virus. It spreads rapidly through small droplets coughed or sneezed into the air by an infected person.   For most people, flu is unpleasant but not serious. You will usually recover within a week.

Studies have shown that flu vaccines provide effective protection against the flu, although protection may not be complete and may vary between people. Protection from the vaccine gradually decreases and flu strains change over time. Therefore, new vaccines are made each year and people at risk of flu are encouraged to be vaccinated every year.

The flu vaccination is offered to people in at-risk groups. These people are at greater risk of developing serious complications if they catch flu, such as pregnant women and elderly people.

 
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