Flu Clinics 2016 - We have ordered YOUR flu vaccine - it will be here with your name on it - support your surgery and have your vaccine here
Clinics by appointment.
Free NHS flu vaccines are available for those aged over 65yrs; children aged 2,3 or 4yrs as at 31/8/16; those with chronic heart disease/diabetes/stroke or TIA/chronic kidney disease/COPD/asthma (if taking continous inhaled steroids)/pregnant women/spleen removed or coeliac disease/immunosupressed or on high dose oral steroids pr are a carer in receipt of the carers allowance or the main carer of elderly or disabled person who would be at risk if carer became unwell.
Housebound patients - home visits may be possible if you are not able to get out of the house . There will be no set date for visits - these will be undertaken as and when time allows. Please telephone the surgery and your name will be added to the list.
The NHS wants to ensure that you have the best possible experience of care. The Friends and Family test is a way of gathering your feedback about this experience and helping to drive improvement in services.
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Injured or unwell?
Stop and think - is A& E for me?
There are a range of local NHS services - which may be quicker and even be closer to your home. Using the right service means you don't spend hours waiting in A&E, and treatment can be given quicker to those really in need of urgent care.
Get your free guide to local health services: Is A&E for me?
This vital guide gives you all the information you need, when you need it most. Quickly find your nearest Minor Injury Unit, GP, Pharmacy and A&E department or find out how to treat yourself at home.
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(Site updated 14/10/2016)