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Flu Vaccination 2021-22

We now have our first batch of flu vaccines in stock and are starting our programme with our first clinic on Saturday 18th September 2021. Please note that this year the responsibility for vaccinating all eligible patients is being shared between the school nursing service, Tayside Health Board's Vaccination service, and the practice. The practice have agreed to vaccinate all patients aged 70 years or over, and those at highest risk of infection (similar to the shielding group during the Covid immunisation programme).

If you are aged 70 years or over, please phone from the afternoon of Monday 13th September onwards to make an appointment.
More information will follow for the "at risk" group.
We look forward to seeing you.


PATIENT NOTICE

Dr Roger Paterson has now retired from his work at St. Margaret's Health Centre, having been with us for 30 years. We will all miss him as a colleague and a friend as part of the health care team and know that the many patients he has helped will miss him too. We wish him many happy and healthy years of retirement.

 

Face Covering Exemption Card application link or call 0800 121 6240

CORONAVIRUS - If you have a persistent cough and fever or CORONAVIRUS related symptoms and are managing at home please self isolate in line with national guidelines.

If you feel you need further clinical assessment please call NHS24 on 111 at all times.

PLEASE SEE OUR Covid-19 (coronavirus) section on the right hand side of this website

We now have a face book page

We'll Keep You Right - If you're not sure where to go for treatment or who to see visit: nhsinform- your community health care services

A feedback form can be found at the bottom of Contact Details page

Protected Learning Time (PLT days)

The Health Centre will be closed from 12.30pm on:-

None scheduled this year

For Protected Learning Time.  We will re-open as normal at 8am the next morning

For urgent advice during these times, please phone NHS 24 on 111. You will speak first to an experienced nurse who will assess your symptoms and give advice or direct you to the most appropriate healthcare professionals or organise a home visit. If you phone the surgery, you will hear a message advising you of the NHS 24 number to contact.  The website address is www.nhs24.com.

Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.  

 
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