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Flu Vaccine - its not too late!

Flu vaccination - if you have not yet received the flu vaccination and are in one of the eligible groups please contact the Practice to book. There are mop up clinics still running and patients are advised to be vaccinated as early as possible in the season.  We expect our stocks of vaccines to last until the end of January so please contact reception to book before then.

Think you may have a urinary tract infection? If you are female and between the ages of 18 and 65 then you can go to your Pharmacy for treatment without an appointment. There is no need to take a sample and they can prescribe a course of antibiotics just like the GP.  Patients contacting the surgery may be directed to Pharmacy rather than treated here.  Please note this is not suitable for those who are allergic to Trimethoprim  or have recurrent symptoms - Pharmacy First!

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Please can any samples requested by the Doctor or Nurse be handed in to the surgery reception by 1pm at the latest.  This is to ensure they can be tested either here or at the laboratory in a timely manner.  If you are female and under the age of 65 you can go direct to the Pharmacy if you suspect you have a urinary tract infection.  In most circumstances they can provide treatment for uncomplicated uti's.  This is often quicker and more convenient than waiting to see the GP.

Lab Results

Lab ResultsPlease phone after 2.00pm for your results.    Your call will be dealt with in strictest confidence by the Reception staff who, acting on your Doctor’s instructions, will advise you if you need to make an appointment to see the doctor.

Please be aware that we can only give results to the patient concerned as we are bound by very strict rules of confidentiality.  

It is important that you tell the Receptionist how many tests you have had taken so that we can ensure that we check for all results.    The phlebotomist will give you an information sheet with the tests that you have had on it when you have your blood taken.

Please note that it is not possible for us to undertake to contact all patients with their blood results.  We are therefore grateful for your co-operation in contacting us to receive your results.  

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