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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.

Doctors

Dr T M Campbell (m)

Dr Campbell joined Newhall Street Surgery in 2011 having worked previously as a GP in Great Wyrley, Norton Canes and Chadsmoor for twenty years. Prior to working in General Practice Dr Campbell worked in Psychiatry and Mental Health.

Dr S Sircar (f)

Dr Sircar joined Bideford Way Surgery as a full time Salaried GP in June 2006 and became a partner in August 2009. Dr Sircar has a special interest in both Dermatology and Women’s Health. Dr Sircar is a GP trainer and works closely with HEE in supporting Registrars working within General Practice as well as Keele University when hosting medical students in their placements at the practice.

Dr A Sinha (m)

Dr Sinha joined Alderwood Medical Practice as a partner in June 2017. Dr Sinha has many years hospital experience working within Trauma and Orthopaedics. He continues to have special interest in that field in his role as a GP. Dr Sinha is a GP trainer and works closely with HEE in supporting Registrars working within General Practice as well as Keele University when hosting medical students in their placements at the practice.

 
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