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CHRISTMAS CLOSING- Please note the days we will be closed over the Christmas and New Year period: Monday 25th December Closed, Tuesday 26th December Closed, Monday 1st January 2018 Closed.

FAX MACHINE- will be decommissioned from 31st December.  After this date we are unable to accept or send faxes.

Flu season is here!

Please note we will be contacting patients who are eligible for the flu vaccine in the coming weeks. Our clinics will be held from October .  If you have a chronic disease, aged over 65yrs, a carer or pregnant you are eligible for the flu vaccine.  This year we are offering the QUADRIVALENT flu vaccine that protects against 4 types of flu.  Some other providers of the flu vaccine may not be able to offer this version and may still be offering the TRIVALENT vaccine which protects against 3 types of flu.  If you want to make an appointment for your flu vaccine contact the surgery.

Our Health Care Assistant Sarah recently completed her Bolton Care Certificate, well done Sarah.  Here she is being presented with her award.

Community Midwives

We have a team of community midwives attached to the Practice. They are involved in ante-natal, delivery and post-natal care both within the practice and at the hospital.

They can be contacted at Ward M5, Royal Bolton Hospital on 01204 390558.

Community Nurses

We have a team of nurses who work closely with the doctors and will visit patients in their own homes.

The central number for nurse enquiries is 01204 462626.

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

The team can be contacted at Winifred Kettle Centre on 01204 335138.

 
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