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Flu injections for patients aged 65 and over  

- delivery of our first order has been delayed by approximately 2 weeks.  Once we have a confirmed delivery date we will be setting up flu clinics and inviting highest risk patients first. 

Flu injections for patients aged under 65

- we are receiving deliveries in small batches until the end of October.  We have  invited  highest risk patients for the first clinic dates and will update our information to notify patients when flu clinics for this age group are set up

Patients with hearing aids will need to pick up a form from the surgery to reorder their batteries from the Freeman

Clinical Pharmacists working with The Bellingham Practice.

We are very pleased that we now have clinical pharmacists as part of our team.  They are helping us to deliver safe, good quality care to patients.  If you are due review it may be one of them that contacts you to disucss your medication.

Because of Coronavirus we are going to be working differently to reduce risk of infection for patients and staff.

We will increasingly use telephone consultations where clinically appropriate. Reception staff have been asked to find out as much information as possible to help doctors to triage appointment requests as quickly as possible Up to date information can be found using this link

A face mask must be worn when you come to the surgery

The CQC has rated the Bellingham Practice as outstanding

We are proud to be accredited as a dementia friendly practice

 

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