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Travelling abroad? Have ALL your travel vaccinations at the surgery at competitive prices. Please ring to book an appointment with the nurse.

All patients have a Named GP from June 30th 2015. However, you are free to see any GP on duty or the GP of your choice

EBOLA VIRUS: If you are experiencing symptoms. Please see our 'latest news' for more details.

PRESCRIPTION REQUESTS: We are experiencing an extremely high volume of prescription requests, please endeavour to submit your request as early as possible to avoid delays. 

REGISTER FOR ONLINE APPOINTMENT BOOKING: Please collect registration forms from the reception desk.

Flu Vaccination 2016

WHEN WILL THE CLINICS BE TAKING PLACE?

Flu clinics will commence on 26th September 2016.

There will be NO walk in clinic. Please contact the practice on 020 7359 0445 to make an appointment with a nurse.

** Flu vaccinations for Children aged 2, 3 and 4 years old will be available from end of Sept/October **

WHO SHOULD HAVE THE FLU JAB?

1) Patients in “At-risk” groups

It is recommended that you have a flu jab if you:vaccination11

  • are 65 years old or over

  • are pregnant

  • have a serious medical condition (see * below)

  • are the main carer for an elderly or disabled person or one whose welfare may be at risk if you fall ill

2) Children aged 2, 3 & 4 years

This year a nasal spray flu vaccine will be routinely offered to all children with a date of birth between 1st September 2011 and on or before 31st August 2014.

For further information (About Children’s Flu Vaccine)

Protecting Child Flu5 reasons to vaccinate your child against flu

3) People with serious medical conditions

The flu vaccine is offered free to anyone who is over six months of age and has one of the following medical conditions:

If you live with someone who has a weakened immune system, you may also be able to have a flu vaccine. Speak to your GP about this.

For more information, see: Flu Introduction and Who should have flu vaccine

MYTHS ABOUT FLU AND THE FLU VACCINE

 



 
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