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 We run regular Dementia Support Clinic and Carers Support Clinic. Please contact Reception for further information


CCG Closure Tuesday 11th February 2020 - See information below 


GP Practice NHS National Survey- Please see below for further information




Travel Health

Please be advised that this surgery offers a basic travel health service which includes the free NHS travel injections:

Revaxis ( diptheria/tetanus/polio) protection lasts for 10 years. Hepatitis A (which is currently unavailable), Typhoid, and Cholera. MMR may be offered to some patients.

These can only be administered when a travel risk assessment form has been fully completed at least 1 week in advance of the Nurse appointment.  These forms can be obtained from Reception, or by printing off the attached form and returning it to Reception 1 week before a travel appointment. Travel risk assessment form

Individual patients will need to book a 20 minute appointment with a Nurse, with a further 10 minutes for other family members.

Vaccines take two to three weeks to become fully effective therefore it is sensible to book a travel consultation at least 4 to 6 weeks prior to travel. The consultation will include a general travel advice leaflet and printed country specific information obtained from http://travelhealthpro.org.uk/

Suggestions of where to obtain any other required travel vaccination ie yellow fever, rabies, Jap E, Hep B and malaria tablets are as follows

Springfield (Chelmsford) 01245 234040

Travel Health UK (Shenfield) 01277 200169

Springfield Hospital  01245 234134

Many chemists also offer a private travel health service.



 
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