Seasonal Flu Vaccinations
You are advised to have an annual flu jab if:
- You are in an "at risk" group such as if you have Diabetes, COPD, Kidney or liver disease or are pregnant.
- You are over 65
- You are 2 - 4 inclusive and not at school.
School age immunisations are done in school from 1.9.15 onwards with the exception of flu vaccinations for school age children in at risk groups.
If you are 70,71,72,78 or 79 on 1 September 2015 you are advised to have a shingles vaccine which is a one off and can be given at the same time as you flu jab.
Patients Who do not attend their Appointment
If you cannot attend your appointment or no longer need it, please, please,please let us know there are many other people who could have this appointment.
If you are 40-74 and don't have a Long Term Condition such as Diabetes or Heart Disease we can offer you a free 20-30 minute Health Check to assess your risk of developing a Long Term Condition along with advice on Healthy Lifestyles.
Friends and Family Test
We started collecting data from December, the results so far are displayed on this graph. If you would like to add your views you can do so in the practice waiting room using one of the cards displayed or using the touch screen monitor, on System Online for those of you that book appointments and order prescritions online, or by clicking the heading on the right hand side.
We have introduced a new service for our most vulnerable patients who are at high risk of unplanned hospital admissions and would benefit from more tailored, active support from the practice.
These patients will have a named GP and a Care-Coordinator, if you are identified as a suitable patient for this service we will let you know. You may still see your clinician of choice even if they are not your named GP for this service.
Youdo not need to take any further action, but if you have any questions, or wish to discuss this further with us, please contact us at the surgery
(Site updated 18/11/2015)