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Easter Bank Holiday


Our Practice will be closed on Good Friday and Easter Monday. Please see Latest News section for help in choosing the right NHS service.


Lunchtime Closures


The surgeries will be closed between 12.30 - 3pm for staff training on the following dates:


Wednesday 13th March 2019


Wednesday 24th April 2019


Tues 21st May 2019


Wednesday 12th June 2019


 


We will also be closed from 1.00pm for staff training on the following date:


Wednesday17th July 2019


Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Flu Season 2018

We will be having two FLU DAYs this year due to the phased delivery of vaccines from the supplier.

ALCONBURY FLU DAY - Saturday 29th September 2018 from 08.30-11am

BRAMPTON FLU DAY - Saturday 3rd November 2018 from 08.30-11am

Saturday 13th October 2018 from 8:30-12pm at Brampton Surgery (extra date)

We will also have vaccines available in-between these dates so please just ask to be immunised if eligible and attending the Surgery for any other reason. Also of importance is that NHS England have recommended 2 different types of vaccine for those under 65 and those aged 65 and over and it is important to ensure patients receive the correct vaccine to maximise efficacy.

Please support our ongoing delivery of these services by attending the Surgery for your vaccination.

Flu Vaccination is available to:

  • All registered patients aged 65 and over

Patients who suffer from:

  • Chronic respiratory disease,
  • Asthma,
  • Chronic renal disease,
  • Chronic liver disease,
  • Chronic neurological disease,
  • Diabetes,
  • Heart disease,
  • Immunosuppression.

Also patients who are:

  • Pregnant,
  • Live in long stay residential care homes,
  • Work in a healthcare setting,
  • or who are Carers.

Should we have a surplus, we will be happy to vaccinate non-priority registered patients at a later date.

 
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