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Patient Group Meeting May 16, 5pm - 6.30pm at the practice 

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Flu Vaccines  August 2019 

Our delivery of Flu vaccines for the coming winter are due end of September and beginning of October. We will be holding clinics in the week and on Saturdays. 

If you are entitled to the free NHS vaccine you will be contacted and offered an appointment to suit you.

Please use the surgery for your vaccination as these have already been purchased for patients on our lists of over 65 and patients with chronic illnesses, failure to have the vaccines leaves us with stock that we are obliged to destroy 

FLU VACCINATION January 2019 

In February we will be placing an order for next years flu vaccines - yes a year in advance.

All patients who are entitled to a free NHS vaccination has one ordered for them - so patients who where entitled to the flu vaccine but had it done elsewhere their vaccine is still in our fridges - these will be destroyed and this is a cost to the NHS and the GP practice - Let us know if your intention is not to have a vaccine at the surgery then we can order less and not have vaccines that have to be destroyed 

TELEPHONES OFF IN THE SURGERY Novemner 2018 

 Due to a patient taking photographs of our waiting room with patients in there and publishing  on the Web is the reason why I have personally asked that all phones switched off. 

i am sure that most patients are not doing anything they should not be with phones in the waiting room - but I had to deal with some very distressed patients over the incident as it was believed that we , the practice had put them there 

Patient Group

We still need more patients to join the group and all are welcome -

Ask At reception for information 

Oli

Practice Manager 

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