Weekdays: From 22nd September until 31st October we will be holding daily flu clinics.
Monday – Friday 09:00 – 12.45
Do you need to come in on a Saturday or Evening clinic?
To make it more convenient for patients, especially those who work or who cannot come during the week, we are holding two Saturday morning clinics and a Tuesday late night clinic. These are walk in clinics.
Tuesday Evening 30th September 18:30 – 19:30
Saturday Morning 4th October 09:00 – 11:45
Saturday Morning 1th November 09:00 – 11:45
There will also be pre bookable appointments outside of these clinic dates and times for patients who wish to book. They are available to book on-line, by calling the practice or face to face via reception.
Who should be vaccinated against flu?
- All patients over the age of 65.
- Pregnant Women.
- All children aged two to four years old (on 1st September 2014)
- Children aged over six months with a long term health condition.
- If you care for someone who is elderly or disabled.
- If you are a healthcare worker with direct patient contact.
- If you live in a nursing home or other long-stay residential care accommodation.
This list of conditions isn’t definitive. It’s always an issue of clinical judgement. Your GP can assess you individually to take into account your risk of flu exacerbating any underlying illness you may have, as well as your risk of serious illness from flu itself. The vaccine should always be offered in such cases, even if you are not technically in one of the risk groups above. If you live with someone who has a weakened immune system, you may also be advised to have a flu vaccine. Speak to your GP about this.