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Flu Vaccinations

Are you eligible for a flu vaccine? If so you can now book your flu vaccination appointment.

 

You are eligible to receive a free flu jab if you:

  • Are 65 years of age or over
  • Are pregnant
  • Have certain medical conditions
  • Are living in a long-stay residential care home or other long-stay care facility
  • Receive a carer's allowance, or you are the main carer for an elderly or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if you fall ill

 OVER 65’s clinics start 19th September.

 UNDER 65 and at risk clinics start 14th October.

 Ring the surgery today to make an appointment.

       

 

 

Your Infection

 

 

 

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How to look after yourself and family

 

Middle ear infection

 

 

8 days

 

 

·        Have plenty of rest

·        Drink enough fluids to avoid feeling thirsty

·        Ask your local pharmacist to recommend medicines to help your symptoms or pain (or both)

·        Fever is a sign the body is fighting the infection and usually gets better by itself in most cases. You can use paracetamol if you or your child are uncomfortable as a result of a fever

·        Use a tissue and wash your hands well to help prevent spread of your infection to your family, friends and others that you meet

 

Sore throat

 

 

7 – 8 days

 

 

Sinusitis

 

 

14 – 21 days

 

 

Common cold

 

 

14 days

 

 Cough or                bronchitis

 

21 days

 

Incorrect information on Google

Please check our here for practice website for information on opening and closing times.

We are aware that information showed by Google about the surgery is incorrect. We are in the process of trying to rectify this.

 

Our opening times are:-

Mon                      8:00am – 6:30pm

Tues                      8:00am – 6:30pm

Wed                      8:00am – 6:30pm

Thur                      8:00am – 6:30pm

Fri                         8:00am – 6:30pm

Sat/Sun                                Closed

 

* Patients wishing to use the Extended Hours Phlebotomy Service NEED to make an APPOINTMENT there first **

 

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Appointments

diary_appointmentAppointments are 10 minutes long and normally by arrangement.  If you have a problem that may take longer, please tell the reception staff when you ring.

We endeavour to provide access to either a doctor or a member of the nursing team on the same day you request your appointment. 

A large number of appointments are bookable in advance if you have special requirements and our receptionists will advise you about this when you call us.

If your condition needs urgent treatment, please tell us when you call

We also have a branch surgery some evenings or Saturdays at Ellesmere Port Hospital - please ask for details of availability from reception.

Please note You may ask for a chaperone to be present during any medical examination.

Telephone Advice

Sometimes we will offer advice from a doctor or nurse over the telephone in response to a call for a home visit or appointment.  If advice over the telephone is all you need please leave your number and we will call you back

Training

The practice values our staff keeping their skills up to date and from time to time an afternoon will be set aside for this and the centre closed.  Please accept our apologies should this cause inconvenience and we will endeavour to give notice whenever possible.

Home Visits

doctors_bag1Home visits take a greater proportion of doctors` time than a surgery visit and we would always ask you to attend the Centre if you can. If you need a home visit your request should be made before 10:30 if at all possible and you will be asked for a brief description of the problem.

You can also be visited at home by a community nurse if you are referred by your GP. You should also be visited at home by a health visitor if you have recently had a baby or if you are newly registered with a GP and have a child under five years.

 
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