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Advance notice of closures:

Christmas 2019

23rd December - Open 8am - 6:30pm

24th December - Open 8am - 6:30pm

25th December - Closed

26th December - Closed

27th December - Open 8am - 6:30pm

28th December - See  Urgent Help when you need it under Further Information

29th December - See  Urgent Help when you need it under Further Information

30th December - Open 8am - 6:30pm

31st December - Open 8am - 6:30pm

1st January - Closed

2nd January - Open 8am - 6:30pm

3rd January - Open 8am - 6:30pm

The surgery  and dispensary will be closed from 1pm on these days

15th Jan 2020
12th Feb 2020

Dementia Drop-in Clinic 12pm-2pm on the first Friday of every month. For more information on the clinic and support see "Clinics and Services" under the Services section above.

 

 


 

 

Shingles Vaccines

A vaccine to prevent shingles, a common, painful skin disease is available on the NHS to people in their 70s. The shingles vaccine is given as a single injection into the upper arm. Unlike the flu jab, you'll only need to have the vaccination once and you can have it at any time of the year.

The shingles vaccine is expected to reduce your risk of getting shingles. If you do go on to have the disease, your symptoms may be milder and the illness shorter. Shingles can be very painful and uncomfortable. Some people are left with pain lasting for years after the initial rash has healed. Shingles is also fatal for around 1 in 1,000 over-70s who develop it.

It's fine to have the shingles vaccine if you've already had shingles. The shingles vaccine works very well in people who have had shingles before and it will boost your immunity against further shingles attacks.

Shingles Vaccines are available for patients aged 70 and born on or after the 2nd September 1942 and those aged 78 and 79.

Please call the surgery to check if you are eligible to receive the vaccine.



 
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