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Our Flu Vaccination clinics will begin in September. We will be offering vaccinations to all patients aged 65 years and over. All patients with Chronic Conditions who are considered at risk. Pregnant women and children aged 2 - 3 years. There are several flu vaccines available and patients will be booked for the one that is most effective for their age. Our clinics will be timed according to the delivery of each of these vaccine types. This may differ slightly for each category. 

We hope to start booking our clinics in August once we have received confirmation of delivery dates. We hope to have completed our vaccinations by the end of November.

We would ask all patients contacted to book an appointment to respond to our first invitation. If you have not received an invitation by the first week of September and think you fall into one of the categories above please contact us and check.

Patient Participation Group

Are you interested in finding out more about our practice? We are hoping to attract the interest of patients from all sections of the community. Patients who would engage with the practice and provide feedback on the services we provide. Give their opinions on how the practice could develop existing services and suggest new ideas.

If we are able to recruit enough patients to form a Patient Participation Group (PPG) we would hope to hold quarterly meetings.

If you would like to be involved please find our PPG Application Form below.

Alternatively a form can be requested from reception.

Completed forms can be returned via email to alderwood.mp@nhs.net or handed in to reception.

 PPG Application

The information you supply us will be used lawfully, in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. The Data Protection Act 1998 gives you the right to know what information is held about you and sets out rules to make sure that this information is handled properly.

 
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