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The FISH Volunteer Centre are looking for good listeners - please see Practice News for more details.  15.01.18

 


We have gone live with electronic prescribing (EPS). EPS makes it possible for your prescription to be sent electronically to the pharmacy or dispenser of your choice.  Please click on the EPS link on the right hand side for more information.


FLU VACCINATION

Please make an appointment for a flu vaccination if you are in any of these categories:

Children aged 2 and 3 years;     Over 65s;     Pregnant women;    

Registered carers;     Care home residents;    

Aged 6 months to under 65 years and in a clinical risk group

Please click on our 2017-18 flu clinic page on the right hand side of the screen for further information.


UPDATED 11.12.17

No Hepatitis A and limited combined Hepatitis A and Typhoid, Tetanus vaccines

We have limited supplies of Tetanus, combined Hepatitis A and Typhoid and no Hepatitis A. Please check on the availability of these vaccines with Reception in plenty of time before travelling. Patients may need to obtain these vaccines privately at the MASTA Travel Clinic in Reading or at a large Boots store if we do not have the vaccines in stock.


Chlamydia

Patients can access a free online chlamydia testing service at https://chlamydia.sexualhealthoxfordshire.nhs.uk/

Why do we have our own section for advice on emergencies?  You may well be wondering!

Of course we know you would be unlikely to rush to your PC if you had an accident or emergency to deal with.  What we hope rather, is that you will read through the attachment on this page carefully and so be informed about the best ways to cope with situations that can be alarming as well as serious.  We hope that you will then be better prepared for such an eventuality, should it ever happen.

  Emergencies and Accidents.

 

 

 
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