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With immediate effect in line with NHS Digital we no longer have a Fax Machine.

Practices have very limited information about the new vaccination programme.  Further information will be made available in the fullness of time and we will contact you and update our website as soon as we know.  Meantime please see details of Flu Vaccines Supplies under Latest News......j

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Any patients who are seen in the Practice now need to wear a face covering or mask if asked to attend an appointment. During your visit, our Toilet facilities will not be available.

We are now offering a new Video Consultation Service and to use this service you will need to be registered for Patient Access. During these uncertain times, the best way to register for this service is by setting up online as below. If you are unable to do this you can download a form and return to us in the post or email.

Patient Guidance for Video Consultations

Please note any digital image submitted as part of an online consultation, will be stored within your clinical notes.

Patient Registration:  If you are registering as a New Patient, you will need to complete a GMS1 (purple form) and a New Patient Form according to your age.  We can not process any New Registrations without both of these forms.

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Flu Vaccinations

Pregnant women are offered the flu vaccination which they can have at any time during their pregnancy right up to the time of delivery. This is because while you are pregnant your immune system changes so it is important to protect your developing baby as your can be more suscepitible to flu. There are no known problems from giving the vaccination to women who are pregnant.

We also recommend that you are vaccinated against whooping cough when you are between 28-38 weeks pregnant to help protect your baby against whooping cough in his or hers first few weeks of life as there has been a sharp rise in the number of whooping cough cases in the UK.

The more you know about your pregnancy and your options, the more you are likely to feel in control. The information given here is based on The Pregnancy Book, which your midwife should give you at your first appointment.   

Before you are pregnant

Your pregnancy and labour

You and your baby

General pregnancy topics



 
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