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Stable fold surgery would like to announce that our Practice Nurse Sam is leaving us after many years’ service she has secured a Nurse lead position at a larger practice, we would like to wish Sam every success in her new position and thank her for her dedication to Stable Fold.

We are also sad to announce that after 21 years with the practice our secretary Lesley is retiring we wish Lesley a happy and peaceful retirement.

2020 Flu Campaign starting Saturday 19th September

Instructions to Patients Attending our Saturday Flu Clinic's

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, we will be running the clinics a little bit differently. To keep our patients and staff safe, social distancing will be in operation and we ask that you wear a face mask or covering when you attend. All our clinicians and staff will be wearing full personal protective equipment. We are now taking appointments for patients over 65 and patients over 18 that at are at risk.

Please do not arrive before your stated appointment time as we will not be allowing patients to gather inside the surgery ans we wil be operating a one way system.

We will be vaccinating a large amount of patients in this clinic and the clinicians will be unable to discuss any other medical matters at this appointment.

Please wear suitable clothing so that your arm is easy accessible by the clinician.

IF YOU HAVE ANY SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19 ON THE DAY OF YOUR APPOINTMENT, EG. A NEW PERSISTENT COUGH, A HIGH TEMPERATURE OR LOSS OF TASTE OR SMELL, YOU MUST NOT ATTEND THIS APPOINTMENT.

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