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Flu Season 

Flu vaccinations are available from 23rd September 2017.  

You are eligible for a flu vaccination if you are: 
-Over 65 years of age
-Any age with a chronic disease 
-Are pregnant
-Have a weakened immune system 
-All children aged 2- 3 years old
-Any child aged 2 - 17 years old who is at risk 

Please contact the surgery to book an appointment. 

Telephone Triage

We now offer telephone triage.  Triage just means deciding what, if any, treatment you need and which clinician you need to be seen by to get this treatment.  Offering telephone triage means that you will be able to speak to a clinician on the same day and either your problem dealt with over the phone, if appropriate, or an appointment offered if the clinician feels you need to be seen.  We hope this will work well and help improve access to appointments. 

Prescriptions
As of 4th January 2016 you will only be able to order your prescription over the phone between 2pm - 5pm.  You can however order online or by calling into the surgery at any time.  Please allow 2 working days before collection and make allowances for weekends and public holidays.

Macmillan Cancer Support

The Cancer Information and Support Centre at Bishop AucklandHospital provides a free and confidential drop in service for anyone affectedby cancer, either as a patient, family member or carer. We offer information ona wide range of cancer related topics, financial and welfare advice, a brafitting service and advice on headwear for cancer patients.

Our team can help you access counselling services and localsupport groups.

Most importantly we offer a cup of tea, a friendly face andthe opportunity to talk over any problems that you may be having.

Our Centre is in the Outpatients Department at BishopAuckland Hospital with easy access. Call on 01388 455230 

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