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FLU VACCINATIONS 2017/2018

ARE YOU ELIGIBLE FOR FREE FLU VACCINATION?

 

People who;

  • Are pregnant
  • Are aged 65 and over
  • Have Diabetes
  • Have Asthma (and use a steroid inhaler)
  • Have Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  • Have some long term conditions which affect the heart, the kidneys, the liver, the brain or nervous system, the immune system or the spleenIf you are eligible and wish to have a free vaccination this year, please attend either of the specially arranged clinics at the surgery on
  • Are eligible for a FREE vaccination against Seasonal Influenza ('Flu)*

If you are eligible and wish to have a free vaccination this year, please attend either of the specially arranged clinics at the surgery on

Saturday 7 October 2017             or                    Saturday 4 November 2017

If your surname begins with:                                             you should attend the Clinic between:

A, B, C, D, E or F

 

9.00am

and

10.30am

G, H, I, J, K, L, M or N

 

10.00am

and

11.30am

O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y or Z

 

11.00am

and

12.30am

If you are unable to attend this Clinic please contact us on 01743 367891 to find out about alternative arrangements - but if you are due to attend the surgery to see a doctor or nurse anyway don't forget to ask about vaccination while you are here. 

 

Children aged 2, 3 or 4 years on 31.08.2016 are also being offered vaccination; please contact the surgery on 01743 367891 to arrange their FREE vaccination (vaccination for children consists of a nasal spray in each nostril).*

 

*PLEASE NOTE - Some patients should not be given 'Flu vaccination; these include people with an allergy to eggs, allergy to some antibiotics or if they have had reactions to previous injections. People who are receiving chemotherapy should not be given the injection either. If you are unsure whether you should have the vaccination please contact one of the Practice Nurses for more information.



 
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