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PRACTICE NEWS

FLU VACCINATIONS 2016

WE ARE HOLDING A FLU VACCINATION CLINIC ON SATURDAY 1ST OCTOBER FROM 8.30AM.  WE WOULD ENCOURAGE EVERYONE WHO IS OVER 65 TO HAVE A FLU VACCINATION.  IN ADDITION ANY ADULT SUFFERING FROM DIABETES; RESPIRATORY. HEART, KIDNEY, LIVER CONDITIONS SHOULD BE VACCINATED.  PREGNANT WOMEN ARE ALSO ADVISED TO HAVE A FLU VACCINATION.

PLEASE CONTACT RECEPTION TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT AT THE FLU CLINIC ON SATURDAY 1ST OCTOBER.

 IMPORTANT INFORMATION

 

FLU VACCINATION CLINIC - SATURDAY 1ST OCTOBER FROM 8.30AM

PLEASE PHONE FOR AN APPOINTMENT. 

 

 

OPEN SURGERY TIMES - 8.30am - 9.30am;   1.30pm - 2.30pm Monday to Friday.

AFTERNOON OPEN SURGERIES

GPs start consulting at 1.30 pm. Please do not turn up to the surgery too early in the day as this causes problems with parking spaces, waiting room space and most importantly limits cross-infection.

The Surgery will be closed from 12.30 on the following dates for Staff Training

 *Wednesday 5th October 2016 *

Wednesday 30th November 2016

Tuesday 7th February 2017

Wednesday 15th March 2017

 

Doctors Consulting Days

Dr Cusworth will usually be in the Practice on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays

Dr Smith will usually be in the Practice on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Fridays

Dr Myers will usually be in the Practice on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays

Dr Durie will usually be in the Practice on Thursdays.

Dr Jamieson will usually be working all day on Wednesdays and Thursdays

The surgery times and details of who will be on duty for each surgery is available under the section "Opening hours". 

 SICKNESS AND DIARRHOEA

Please stay in the isolation of your own home. If you need medical advice you can speak to the doctor on the telephone.

(Site updated 23/09/2016)
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