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Christmas Bookings

From Monday 21st December 2018 to Friday 4th January 2019 we will be offering BOOK ON THE DAY APPOINTMENTS ONLY with all our GP's and Nurse Practitioners. Hopefully this will help with Winter Planning and the Christmas Period when demand for appointments can be high. There will be NO pre bookable appointments with GP's and Nurse Practitioners during this period.

Pre bookable appointments remain the same for our Health Care Assistants, Practice Nurses and Phlebotomist.

Normal service will resume from 7th January 2019.

Asthma review form - please click here  

SELF CARE - Click HERE

Cancelling an Appointment - If you are unable to attend an appointment for any reason, please let reception know as soon as possible, even if it is 30 minutes notice, we may still be able to offer the appointment to another patient.

Combs Ford Surgery part of Suffolk Primary Care.....

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Flu Day

FLU DAY APPOINTMENTS

This year, three types of flu vaccine will be used in the flu programme. This will benefit patients by ensuring that they have the most suitable vaccine that gives them the best protection against flu.

The three vaccines are:

Adjuvanted trivalent flu vaccine

For people aged 65 years and over.

Quadrivalent vaccine Recommended for children aged from 6 months to 2 years and in adults from 18 years to less than 65 years of age who are at increased risk from flu because of a long term health condition.

Live attenuated influenza vaccine

A nasal spray for children and young people from 2 years old to less than 18 years of age. The age groups targeted in England for this vaccine in 2018/19 are two and three year olds (through their GP surgery).

 

We are planning to start vaccinating each eligible group as the appropriate vaccine for them becomes available. Vaccines will be available at different times from September onwards.

 



 
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