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NHS Flu Vaccine Clinics 2019

A text message will be sent to those patients entitled to a free NHS flu jab. Your medical record will also indicate your entitlement.

Due to staggered delivery dates of the different flu vaccines, flu clinics will be dedicated to particular patient groups, as the vaccines are delivered.

Please see below for a list of the clinics we shall be offering this year; please contact reception any day after 10:30 to book your appointment in the appropriate clinic.

DATE

TIME

TARGET GROUP

Wed 18 Sept

13:30 – 17:00

65+

Sat 12 Oct

09:00 – 11:00

At Risk & 65+

Mon 14 Oct

10:30 – 12:00

At Risk & 65+

Thurs 17 Oct

09:30 – 11:30

At Risk & 65+

Mon 21 Oct

10:30 – 12:00

At Risk & 65+

Thurs 24 Oct

09:30 – 11:30

At Risk & 65+

Mon 04/11

17:30 – 19:00

At Risk

Mon 11/11

17:30 – 19:00

At Risk

From 1 August we shall be using AccuRX, a secure text service, to contact our patients about screening, monitoring, test results, prescriptions, etc.

The message is sent directly from the doctor or nurse to the mobile phone number we hold on our records.

This provides instant communication from the clinical team to our patients.

IT IS IMPORTANT WE HOLD UP TO DATE CONTACT DETAILS FOR YOU, SO IF YOU DO CHANGE YOUR MOBILE NUMBER PLEASE MAKE SURE WE ARE ONE OF YOUR FIRST CONTACTS TO KNOW.

If you need medical attention over the weekend please dial 111, which is free of charge from any phone.

The Minor Injuries Unit at Wycombe General Hospital will be open, as will A&E at Stoke Mandeville.

It is extremely helpful if patients advise us if they no longer need their appointment. The easiest way to cancel a booked appointment is to respond to the reminder text by simply replying CANCEL. This will automatically cancel your appointment. Please do not include any additional message in this text.

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