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FLU VACCINATIONS 2014

Eligible Patients:- Aged 65 years or over;  Aged 18 years to 65 years and in a clinical risk group(chronic disease/immunosuppressant);  Pregnant women;  Health & Social Care Workers;  Carers;  Long-stay Care Patients;  Children aged 6 months to 2 years in a clinical risk group;  Children aged 2 years to17 years in a clinical risk group who have contraindications to the Fluenz Vaccine.

CLINICS:     Monday 6th October         -   2 - 5:30pm  &  7 - 7:30pm

                 Wednesday 8th October   -   9am  - 12:30pm

                 Friday 10th October         -    9am  -  12:30pm

Please telephone the surgery to book your appointment  -  02380 438397

Child Fluenz Nasal Spray for: Children aged 2 years to 4 years & Children aged 5 years to 17 years in a clinical risk group  -  dates to be confirmed.

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We have an induction loop for the hearing impaired, washroom facilities for patients with wheelchairs and try to use large print for the visually impaired.

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