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FLU 2018

Flu season is now drawing to a close, but we still have vaccines in stock if you are eligible - please call our reception team to book in before the end of December

How to help keep yourself well this winter and avoid flu Keeping well

All children aged 2/3/4yrs, anyone aged 75yrs and over, and anyone 18-64 in an 'at risk' group can attend flu clinic this Saturday 13.10.18 10.00am-2.00pm (appts are pre-bookable)

Our next clinic for all other patients eligible is Monday 5.11.18 6.00pm-8.00pm (all appts are pre-bookable)

13.9.18 update

This year flu vaccinations will be offered to the most at risk patients in October, and all other eligible patients in November.

This is due to national distribution of vaccines from suppliers, ensuring all practices receive a share of vaccines at appropriate times.

NHSE guidance states all patients should be vaccinated by end November 2018.

Our clinics will be appointed this year (no drop in)

Children's vaccines are not available to order until 28.9.18, and as yet, we have no expected date of delivery. As soon as we have a delivery date all eligible children will be invited.

20.9.18 update

All patients aged 75 and OVER as well as patients 18-64 in 'at risk' categories can contact us to make an appointment for 13.10.18 clinic

All patients aged 64-74 and anyone who cannot make the 13.10.18 can contact us to make appointment for 5.11.18 clinic.

All children eligible can make an appointment for the 5.11.18 clinic, unless we receive the vaccines prior to 13.10.18 clinic - please keep a check on our website for notifications around this

*The practice cannot offer the flu vaccination to any patient for occupational hazards, your employer would have to arrange this privately for you


*If you, or a family member are completely housebound and unable to get to tha practice please contact reception who will take your details for a home visit for the flu vaccination by one of our nurses.



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