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Please see Practice Staff for details of staff vacancies.

Staff Training Dates for 2016:

The Surgery and Dispensary will close each month for staff training between 2pm and 4pm.  Cover for EMERGENCIES ONLY will be provided by the Out of Hours service. 

Thursday 16th June
Tuesday 19th July
Wednesday 17th August
Thursday 22nd September
Wednesday 19th October
Thursday 17th November
Tuesday 20th December

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Flu Season 2017/2018

We have arranged to hold our Flu Clinics on:

  • Saturday 7th October 2017
  • Saturday 14th October 2017
  • Saturday 21st October 2017

The Clinics will be held from 9am to 12noon.

You will be able to book an appointment or just walk in on the day. 

In 2017/18 the following people will be eligible for a Flu vaccine:-

Those aged 65 years and over

Those aged six months to under 65 in clinical risk groups

* Diabetes,

* Chest or breathing difficulties, including bronchitis or emphysema

* Heart problem,

* Kidney Disease

* Liver Disease

* Lowered immunity due to disease or treatment

* Stroke or TIA (transient ischaemic attack)

Pregnant women

Those in long-stay residential care homes

Carers - follow the link to let us know that you are a Carer 

  complete the form Complete this Carers form online


Children's Flu Clinics 

Children in the Clinical Risk Groups

This year more children will be offered flu vaccination in schools.  However, we would advise that if a child has asthma, heart disease, diabetes or any of the other conditions that warrant a flu vaccination for personal medical reasons, they should have the vaccination done at the surgery.

Children aged 2, 3 and 4 years old

This year vaccination is available to all those aged two, three and four years old (but not five years or older).

Children will receive the vaccination in the form of a nasal spray and not an injection. 

The vaccine is absorbed very quickly, so even if a child gets a runny rose or sneezes immediately after the spray, it is still likely to be effective.

Click here for a copy of the leaflet "Protecting Your Child Against Flu"

Please book an appointment for children  


Click here to find out who should have the flu jab and why - Includes information for children and pregnant women.

 Click here for more information about Flu - symptoms, treatment, vaccines etc

 
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