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SURGERY CLOSURE: TUESDAY 2ND OCTOBER 2018 THE SURGERY WILL CLOSE AT 1.00PM AND REOPEN ON WEDNESDAY MORNING AT 8.00 AM.  PLEASE RING 111 IN ANY CASE OF EMERGENCY

FLU VACCINES WILL ARRIVE THIS MONTH: ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR THIS IMPORTANT VACCINATION?

Please call Reception on 01277 658117 to confirm your eligibility (eligibility includes all patients 65 years and over; patients with relevant chronic illnesses; patients who are pregnant; healthy children aged 2 and 3 years who are called by letter to the surgery; patients registered with the Practice as carers.  This list is not exhaustive so please call to check).  Appointments are also available with the Nurses on Saturdays towards the end of this month.

PHONE LINES: Our phone lines are busiest between 8 am and 9 am. During these times you could experience up to a 10 minute wait.  If you are not ringing for an on the day/emergency appointment you may find it easier to ring later in the day.

With effect from 1st July 2017: Do you have a sharps bin at home?  Please read the following as the Practice will no longer be accepting the return of these bins when they are full.

Disposal of your sharps bin

PATIENT NEWSLETTER: Please read our newsletter Patient News

Shingles Vaccination

The Shingles vaccination programme runs from 1st September to 31st August in each year.  To find out if you qualify for a shingles vaccination please contact one of our Reception team

MEN ACWY

Students going to university for first time are eligible for the MEN ACWY vaccination.  This is an important vaccination to have and, if you think you qualify, please ring reception to confirm and book an appointment.

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