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The majority of our work is now by telephone, video and photograph; we are learning that we can do much of our work this way. After telephone assessment, we see some patients face-to-face in the Surgery when we feel it is clinically important. Many of our patients have enjoyed using the new IT tools and we are very grateful to you for adapting so quickly to the new ways of working. As the risk of Covid-19 reduces we will discover a "new normal", and will no doubt continue to use video, photographs and telephone calls extensively, as well as our traditional face-to-face consultations where an examination is needed.

Many of our patients have told us that they would like to purchase equipment to help with self-care and remote consultations, and if you are able, we would suggest that you purchase a thermometer, a blood pressure machine and maybe a pulse oximeter, all of which are easy to use at home. All three pieces of equipment can be readily purchased online or from one of our local pharmacies who will be happy to advise you.

Dr Caroline Dain July 2020

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This year’s expanded flu vaccination programme

Because of the threat of Coronavirus, and to reduce pressure on the NHS, this year’s free flu vaccination will be made available to a wider group of people in a phased approach.

This includes people who are on the shielded patient list and members of their household as well as all school year groups up to year 7.

People aged 50-64 who are not in a clinical risk group will also be vaccinated from November, providing there is enough vaccine.

It is important that those at most risk from flu are vaccinated first, and GPs and pharmacies are working hard to get these groups protected from flu.

Your practice will contact you once they are ready to offer you the vaccine.

For more information about flu, visit:

 

his year’s expanded flu vaccination programme

This year’s expanded flu vaccination programme

Because of the threat of Coronavirus, and to reduce pressure on the NHS, this year’s free flu vaccination will be made available to a wider group of people in a phased approach.

This includes people who are on the shielded patient list and members of their household as well as all school year groups up to year 7.

People aged 50-64 who are not in a clinical risk group will also be vaccinated from November, providing there is enough vaccine.

It is important that those at most risk from flu are vaccinated first, and GPs and pharmacies are working hard to get these groups protected from flu.

Your practice will contact you once they are ready to offer you the vaccine.

For more information about flu, visit:

 

This year’s expanded flu vaccination programme

Because of the threat of Coronavirus, and to reduce pressure on the NHS, this year’s free flu vaccination will be made available to a wider group of people in a phased approach.

This includes people who are on the shielded patient list and members of their household as well as all school year groups up to year 7.

People aged 50-64 who are not in a clinical risk group will also be vaccinated from November, providing there is enough vaccine.

It is important that those at most risk from flu are vaccinated first, and GPs and pharmacies are working hard to get these groups protected from flu.

Your practice will contact you once they are ready to offer you the vaccine.

For more information about flu,u

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Because of the threat of Coronavirus, and to reduce pressure on the NHS, this year’s free flu vaccination will be made available to a wider group of people in a phased approach.

This includes people who are on the shielded patient list and members of their household as well as all school year groups up to year 7.

People aged 50-64 who are not in a clinical risk group will also be vaccinated from November, providing there is enough vaccine.

It is important that those at most risk from flu are vaccinated first, and GPs and pharmacies are working hard to get these groups protected from flu.

Your practice will contact you once they are ready to offer you the vaccine.

For more information about flu,

cause of the threat of Coronavirus, and to reduce pressure on the NHS, this year’s free flu vaccination will be made available to a wider group of people in a phased approach.

This includes people who are on the shielded patient list and members of their household as well as all school year groups up to year 7.

People aged 50-64 who are not in a clinical risk group will also be vaccinated from November, providing there is enough vaccine.

It is important that those at most risk from flu are vaccinated first, and GPs and pharmacies are working hard to get these groups protected from:

This year’s expanded flu vaccination programme

 

Because of the threat of Coronavirus, and to reduce pressure on the NHS, this year’s free flu vaccination will be made available to a wider group of people in a phased approach.

 

This includes people who are on the shielded patient list and members of their household as well as all school year groups up to year 7.

 

People aged 50-64 who are not in a clinical risk group will also be vaccinated from November, providing there is enough vaccine.

 

It is important that those at most risk from flu are vaccinated first, and GPs and pharmacies are working hard to get these groups protected from flu.

 

Your practice will contact you once they are ready to offer you the vaccine.

For more information about flu, visit:

 

 

 

 

 

  

  

 

 

 

 

 

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