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Pirbright Village Hall Flu Clinic

 

Getting a flu jab can protect you all winter. It is free if you are pregnant, over 65 or have a health condition such as severe asthma, diabetes, chest, heart, liver or kidney complaint or lowered immunity.

 

Due to the success of the two previous Saturday clinic’s we will be holding our annual flu clinic on Saturday 14th October. Drop in times will be done by surname basis A-K will be 9-10 o’clock and L-Z from 11-12 o’clock.

 

 

 

 

Baby Immunisation Clinic

 

On the 12th and the 19th of September the immunisation clinic is cancelled as our Nurse is away and we have been unable to get locum cover. The doctor will hold the Well Baby Clinic as usual but doesn’t do immunisations.

 

The Nurse will be holding an extra clinic on Thursday 21st between 2 – 3.30pm for under one year olds. For children who need a pre-school booster you will be able to attend the normal clinic on the 26th of September when the nurse returns.

 

 

Date 04.09.2017

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