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Flu vaccinations for patients aged between 50 and 64

If you are aged between 50 and 64 you will be invited to get your free flu vaccine shortly as part of this year’s expanded flu vaccination programme.

We will be arranging appointments to coincide with delivery of new vaccine stock and at present we do not know when this will be available. Please be patient and wait for us to contact you. Vaccinations will continue throughout the winter season.

If you are in an eligible at-risk group you remain a priority for vaccination and we will be inviting you to attend an appointment if you have not already done so.

SEVENOAKS MINOR INJURY UNIT

Please note that from 2nd November this unit will become an Urgent Treatment centre and will be available by appointment only. In order to be assessed for an appointment please call 111.

 

Training & Research

GP Training

This practice has been accredited to train doctors intending to become general practitioners. The practice needs to be regularly inspected for this purpose, and this involves inspection of the medical records. Only doctors approved for this purpose will do this, and they will respect completely the confidentiality of the information. If you do not want your records to be available for inspection then please inform the practice of your wishes.

Sometimes the doctor may wish to video record their consultations, and in this case your permission will always be requested beforehand. Further information about training in this practice is available from the receptionist.

Research

The practice is part of the National Framework of the Medical Research Council, which carries out nationally the sort of research which can only be done, or is best done, in general practice. Patients are occasionally invited to take part in such carefully monitored projects.

NHS COVID-19 vaccine research registry

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