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                 FLU vaccines now available

IF YOU ARE AT HIGH RISK OR AGED 50 AND OVER PLEASE CALL THE PRACTICE TO BOOK YOUR FLU VACCINE NOW

Medicus Health Partners – Guide to for People who should have a Flu Vaccine

 

This year due to COVID-19 all appointments for Flu Vaccinations are to be booked through your surgery, please phone reception or request an appointment via E-consult on the website.

How to Prepare for your Flu Vaccine appointment.

To keep all patients and staff as safe as possible, we have made arrangements at some sites to limit contact and ensure the process is quick and easy.  When you arrive for your appointment please follow guidance from staff on site and observe social distancing.

Simple steps for Flu Vaccination

  • Book your appointment with your GP surgery (if you are unsure about the criteria for Flu Vaccinations, please click on the Link below for further information)
  • Arrive on time
  • Follow staff guidance at the clinic
  • Wear a mask
  • Ensure the top of your arm is assessable to receive the Vaccine

 

For more information on who is eligible please click on the link below: -

 

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vaccinations/who-should-have-flu-vaccine/

 

                                COVID 19 

 Due to COVID-19 we ask that patients do not come into the practice due to the risk of infection, so please use e-consult to access appointment requests, medication requests and other services you receive via your GP.  After 6.30pm, if you have COVID-19 symptoms use NHS 111 at https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19/. Only call 111 if you can’t get help online.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR DIABETICS DURING COVID

Please see important information regarding TYPE 1 and TYPE 2 diabetes.

The information contained in the leaflets below are for adults only and does not apply to children with diabetes who should follow the guidance given by the paediatric hospital team looking after their care.

                          TYPE 1 - click here             TYPE 2 - Click Here

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