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Flu Vaccinations 2018

Seasonal Influenza vaccinations will soon be available to book.

Holiday Vaccinations

Booked your holiday? remember to book your Holiday Vaccination. Don't leave it too late, some vaccines can take up to 8 weeks to take effect. Don't let serious illness ruin your holiday.

Practice closures

Weekly Staff Training

The Surgery will be closed every Tuesday from 12.00pm until 2.00pm for staff training.

The practice will be closed on the following dates for National Compulsory Training:-

Wednesday 6th March 2019 from 12.00noon and will re open at 8.00am the following morning

Wednesday 13th March 2019 from 12.00noon and will re open at 8.00am the following morning

Wednesday 15th May 2019 from 12.00noon and will re open at 8.00am the following morning

Wednesday 19th June 2019 from 12.00noon and will re open at 8.00am the following morning

Wednesday 17th July 2019 from 12.00noon and will re open at 8.00am the following morning

Wednesday 18th September 2019 from 12.00noon and will re open at 8.00am the following morning

Wednesday 16th October 2019 from 12.00noon and will re open at 8.00am the following morning

Wednesday 4th December 2019 from 12.00noon and will re open at 8.00am the following morning

Wednesday 12th February 2020 from 12.00noon and will re open at 8.00am the following morning

Wednesday 18th March 2020 from 12.00noon and will re open at 8.00am the following morning

Students aged between 19 - 25

Information for students: Students aged between 19 - 25 you may be eligible for a MenACWY vaccine - please telephone the surgery for more information.

Shingles Immunisation

The vaccine should be offered to:

•patients aged 70 years, on or after their 70th birthday

•patients aged 78 years, on or after their 78th birthday

•patients who were eligible for immunisation in the previous programme yearsbut have not yet been vaccinated against shingles. These are:oanyone in their 70s who was born on or after 2/9/1942

o79 year olds (until their 80th birthday).

 

Care must be taken not to miss the patients who have already turned 70 or 78 years of age since 2 September 2017.

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