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FLU VACCINATION CLINICS

It's that time of year again!

Our flu clinics are now available to book, both online or by telephoning Reception on 01726 829272. 

This year we aim to provide even better protection against 4 strains of flu rather than the previous 3 strains by immunising you with the Quadrivalent immunisation.  We have also taken advice on the best time to hold our clinics hence the first clinic being in October.

Par's main clinic will be on Saturday 7th October, Fowey's on Saturday 14th October and Polruan's on Thursday 19th October.  We also have additional clinics on during the week.

As in previous years the immunisation will be offered to everyone over the age of 65 as well as those with a chronic disease including diabetes, heart, kidney or respiratory disease.  We also offer protection for Carers.

If you are housebound and unable to attend the surgery, please contact Reception when your details will be taken and one of our GPs or Nurses will call out to administer your vaccination.

Opening Times

Fowey Surgery

Monday - Friday08:00 - 18:30

 

 

 Par Surgery

Monday - Friday

08:00 - 13:00

14:00 - 18:30

 

 

 

 

Polruan Surgery

Monday - Friday08:30 - 12:00

 

 

Extended Hours Surgeries

For those patients who, due to work commitments, find it difficult to attend for routine appointments during our normal surgery hours, we offer a range of surgeries which will take place early in the mornings (before 08:30), in the evenings or on a Saturday morning. The times, days and location will vary from week to week.

These surgeries are pre-bookable only and appointments can be made between one week and 48 hours before the surgery is held, via reception, during normal surgery hours. They will be held by the duty GP and it will therefore not be possible for patients to choose the GP they see.

 
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