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Carers

NHS HEALTH CHECKS

If you are aged 40 - 74 you are entitled to a free Health Check, It is important to get your health checked, especially if you do not visit the doctors very often. Please call the surgery to book an appointment.

FLU CLINICS

Please call the Surgery to book an appointment

You are over 65 years of age or are 65 prior to the 31/03/2021

Flu vaccines for 65 and over. We will be holding a clinic Tuesday 15th September and Wednesday 16th September. 

FLU CLINIC UNDER 65 AT RISK

The under 65 at risk clinic will be held on Tuesday 20th October, please call to book an appointment.

Safety is our priority. Please do not arrive early or late for your appointment, you may have to wait outside for a short period of time socially distancing so please bear in mind the weather conditions. You must wear a mask or face covering and your temperature will be taken before entering the building.

Safety is our priority. Please do not arrive early or late for your appointment, you may have to wait outside for a short period of time socially distancing. Please bear in mind the weather conditions. ( As we cannot control this) You must wear a mask or face covering and your temperature will be taken before entering the building.

Under 65 at risk patients, we will keep you updated, at the moment we will not be receiving the vaccine until mid October

YOU ARE ELIGIBLE FOR A FREE INFLUENZA VACCINATION, IF:

You have chronic respiratory disease

You have chronic heart disease

You have chronic kidney disease

You have chronic liver disease

You are diabetic

You have a weak immune system/Immunosuppression

You have a history of stroke or TIA or Multiple Sclerosis or a disease of the central nervous system

You are Pregnant

Household contacts of those on the NHS Shielded Patient List

Those who are in receipt of carer’s allowance, or those who are the carer of an older, disabled or Immunosuppressed person whose welfare may be at risk if the carer falls ill.

 

 
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