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Flu Vaccines are now here! Call reception to book your appointment 01229 484100

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In line with other GP Practices in the area we are no longer offering Ear Irrigation. If you feel that your ears need unblocking, you will need to book an appointment with one of our GP's who, if appropriate, will refer you to the Hospital.

Alternatively you can pay privately at the following locations:

St John's Hearing Aid Centre - Grange-over-Sands 01539536391

Current cost - one ear £35, both ears £55.

or

Vera Wilton Optometrists - Dalton-in-Furness - 01229 463169

Current cost £40 for one ear and £60 for both.

Specsavers in Lancaster also offer this service - 01524 842424

Cost £55 for both ears.

Prescriptions and Christmas 2019!

Cut off date for repeat prescription requests is Friday 13th December.

In order for our Meds team to process your repeat medication in time for the festive season, please ensure that your request is with us no later the Friday 13th December. Due to the high volume at this time of year, any requests after this date can not be guaranteed to be processed in time.

 

Flu Vaccinations

Its time to protect yourself against Flu!

If you fall into one of the following categories, then you are entitled to a FREE flu vaccination.

Þ Patients aged 65 and over

Þ Pregnant Women

Þ People with Diabetes

Þ Adults classed as morbidly obese

Þ People with low immunity (patients receiving certain medications or cancer treatments)

Þ Patients with the following chronic diseases:

Þ  Asthma & COPD

Þ  Heart Disease

Þ  Kidney Disease

Þ  Liver Disease

Þ  Neurological Diseases

 We are holding Flu clinics on Friday 6th October & Friday 13th October 8.30am - 5.00pm.  Please telephone the surgery on 484100 to book your appointment.  Appointments are also available to book online if you are registered to use patient access.



 
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