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Flu Season is just around the corner!

The practice will start its flu vaccination programme in September this year. The following flu clinic dates have been confirmed:

Saturday 23rd September at Sway Surgery - 09:00 to 12:00.

Saturday 30th September at Brockenhurst Surgery - 09:00 to 12:00.

Amendment (30.8.2017) - Please note that, due to manufacturing issues, our current flu clinics are for patients over the age of 18 only. More information regarding the vaccination of children will follow when we have confirmation from our suppliers.

If you are eligible for a flu vaccination please pick up an appointment slip from either our Sway or Brockenhurst waiting room. If you are unable to attend either of our Saturday clinics we have some allocated weekday flu clinic sessions - please contact a member of our reception team to book into these clinics.

Who is eligible?

  • Patients aged 65 and over.
  • Unpaid carers of a friend or relative (paid carers are vaccinated through their occupational health department).
  • Patients under 65 in a 'at risk group'. For more details on 'at risk' groups please see the link below:

Are you eligible for the influenza vaccination this year.pdf

Communication needs

We want to improve the experience patients with specified communications needs have with the practice. If you require information in a different format, use a patient advocate or need an interpreter please let your clinician or patient service team member know.

Friends and Family Test

The Friends and Family Test (introduced from 1st December 2014) is an ongoing feedback tool for users of our service, allowing patients to provide feedback on their experiences at the practice.

Please click the link below to complete the short feedback form.


(Site updated 13/09/2017)
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