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Communication from BSol CCG 

Our local CCG have asked us to communicate the information below to our patients.

“The government has announced that all people over 18 are now eligible for a COVID-19 booster vaccine. We have been instructed to focus on the most vulnerable patients in the first instance. You will be contacted to invite you for your vaccine when we are ready to give it to you. We kindly ask that you do not call your GP practice and be assured you will be called in the forthcoming weeks for your vaccine.”

Clinics & Services asthma_inhaler_3

In addition to GP consultations the practice offers a range of clinics and services:

Nurses Clinics

Cathy Groves - mental health, epilepsy, women's health, anti-coagulation and cytotoxic therapy.

Sarah Black - asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Other Services

Minor surgery – this practice has qualified clinical staff able to undertake minor operations and Joint Injections at the surgery.

Family planning – the doctors and nurses offer a range of family planning services and advice.

Child vaccination clinics

Adult health checks

Stroke clinics

Hypertension clinics - various appointment times available for the above

Immunisations and advice for foreign travel  - available by appointment.  Most immunisations arsyringee free on the NHS.  We do charge, however, for immunisations not available on the NHS.  It is essential to organise these well in advance for planned trips.

Influenza vaccinations – appointments and drop-clinics.  We recommend an influenza vaccine for the elderly and patients with certain conditions including chronic heart, lung or kidney disease and diabetics.  The vaccination is normally available from October through to early March depending on supplies, but its best to get protected as early in October/November as you can. 

Maternity services – the local midwifery services provide a weekly ante-natal care clinic at the surgery.  doctors are available for additional consultations, if necessary.  Post-natal care is by appointment with the doctors.  If you need to speak to a community midwife or the delivery suite please check you green notes for the best telephone numbers to call.

 
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