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Flu vaccines

  • We will be doing flu vaccinations at the surgery this year.
  • We have been planning carefully in the light of COVID-19 to keep patients, staff and the community safe.
  • All appointments for flu vaccines will need to be booked in advance.
  • Higher risk groups will be vaccinated first so that people in the age group 50 - 64 years old without long term illness will be vaccinated in November if supplies are available.  This depends on the government procuring them.
  • Where possible please walk to the surgery to leave the car park available for those who are less mobile.
  • Appointments will be available to book from 2nd September 2020. Please ring after 10 am when booking.
  • The first flu clinic will be on Saturday 3rd October and other dates will be available during the following weeks.

Those eligible for a free flu vaccine are patients over 65 or pregnant and under 65's with:

  • a heart problem
  • a chest complaint or breathing difficulties, including bronchitis or emphysema
  • a kidney disease
  • lowered immunity due to disease or treatment (such as steroid medication or cancer treatment)
  • a liver disease
  • had a stroke or a transient ischaemic attack (TIA)
  • diabetes
  • a neurological condition, for example multiple sclerosis (MS) or cerebral palsy

What we are doing to keep you safe when you visit us for your flu vaccine:

  • Organising clinics in line with government guidelines and social distancing requirements.
  • Separate clinics for patients who are shielding (under government guidelines) and members of their families.
  • All patients must attend wearing face coverings.
  • All patients are asked to attend on time for their appointment and not to arrive early or late.
  • Only three patients will be allowed in the waiting room at once so if it is cold or raining please come prepared with an umbrella and/or warm coat.  
  • Clinical staff will be wearing appropriate PPE.
  • Non clinical staff will be using face coverings.
  • There will be a one way system throughout the practice with staff to guide you.
  • Strict infection control will be in place which includes wiping of sets between patients and hand washing/sanitising.
  • Doors and windows in clinical rooms will be open to promote air flow.  Do let us know if you would like extra privacy as we are happy to close the door.
  • Additional sanitiser will be available at the exit of the practice.

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