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(21.10.13) Flu Clinics

This year's flu clinics are being held in October.  If you are over 65 or in one of the "at risk" groups and have not received your vaccination, make an appointment to see the Nurse.

 

(02 02 12) Sickness Certificates

For the first week of any illness you should use the SC2 self certification form.  These forms are no longer available at reception.  Click here to print a copy of the SC2, once it has been completed take it to your employer.

If your illness lasts longer than one week, you need to see a doctor regarding further certification.

 

 

From 1st June 2010 the Out of Hours telephone number will change to 028 3839 9201.

 

EpiPen (adrenaline) Auto-Injectors Expiry Alert

epipen-newResearch has shown that 32% of EpiPen patients fail to replace their adrenaline auto-injectors (AAI) before the expiry date.  This means that almost 1 in 3 patients are carrying an out of date auto-injector.

We would recommend that all patients who have an EpiPen should register for the Expiry Alert service.  You will then receive a message four weeks before the expiry date, either by email or by mobile phone to remind you to request a new prescription.

This website also contains useful information for patients and frequently asked questions about EpiPens.

Click here to register for the Expiry Alert service.

(Information added 22/9/2010)

 
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