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 Seasonal Influenza Update


You will no doubt be aware that seasonal flu is now circulating in the area.


Flu vaccination appointments are still available to book for those patients eligible to have a vaccination. To book your appointment, log on to your online account or contact the surgery on 01769 580295.


Most cases of flu can be treated effectively at home. Patients are encouraged to self-care, seek advice on treating symptoms via reputable online resources such as NHS Choices, or to seek advice from a local Pharmacist before contacting the GP.


Patients should be advised to:


- rest and sleep.


- keep warm.


- take paracetamol or ibuprofen to lower your temperature and treat aches and pains.


- drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration.



More information can be found on https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/flu or via NHS 111.



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Online Services available:

  • Manage appointments
  • Book appointments
  • Order repeat prescriptions
  • View your Summary Care Record (SCR)
  • Complete questionnaires
  • View your detailed coded record (Consent needed)

Need to Register for Online Services?

To register successfully you will need to read the 'Online Services Records Access Patient information leaflet 'It's your choice', complete the 'Application for Online Access to My Medical Record form' and provide photographic identification.  The link below contains the 'It's your choice' leaflet together with the application form.

You will need to come into the practice with all the information requested.  A member of staff will then check the details and complete the process.  They will issue you with a username and a password.  

Please note that you will need to come in yourself to register for this facility and applicants must be 16 years and over.

 
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