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The surgery will be closed on Monday 22nd July 2019 for a Public Holiday and will re-open Tuesday 23rd July at 8am-If you need urgent medical attention please dial NHS 24 on 111

Our ONLINE SERVICES changed on 14/01/19 

The new online service offers you the flexibility to book and cancel Doctor appointments and order repeat prescriptions via the internet.  Please ask at reception for a registration form or download the form here The previous My Surgery link within the repeat prescription page is no longer active and all medication requests can now be made via the New Online Service or at the Muirhead Medical Centre Reception.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flu Vaccination

IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE FOR A FLU VACCINATION PLEASE CONTACT RECEPTION TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT

Please phone the surgery on Tel: 01382 580264 to make an appointment.

Please note the patients who are eligible for flu vaccination this year:

  • Pre-school children aged 2-5 years (born on or before 1st September 2016 and not yet at school)
  • Patients aged 65 years and over (65 years on 31st March 2019 i.e. born before 31st March 1954)
  • Patients with chronic respiratory disease aged 6 months or older including asthma
  • Patients with chronic heart disease
  • Patients with chronic kidney disease
  • Patients with chronic liver disease
  • Patients with chronic neurological disease
  • Patients with diabetes mellitus
  • Patients who are immunosuppressed
  • Patients with no spleen or dysfunction of the spleen
  • Pregnant women
  • Patients in long-stay residential care or homes
  • Unpaid Carers and young cares
  • Health and social care workers in direct contact with patients (should be vaccinted by their employers as part of an occupational health programme
  • Patients morbidly obese (adults with a body mass index of >40 kg/m

If you have any queries or concerns please do not hesitate to speak to the doctors or nurses adminstering the vaccine.

 
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