Suffolk InfoLink provides a search engine that uses key words and location criteria to find information about all sorts of local services, activities, advice, information and support, which are extremely useful resource for reception staff and patients.
- Charities and Voluntary Organisations
- Children’s Centres
- Local Groups such as scouts
- International Community Groups
- Support Groups such as drug and alcohol misuse groups
- Learning and Physical Disability Services
Flu Clinics 2017
Our flu clinics for 2017 will be from 2.00pm – 6.30pm on the following dates:
- 27th September (Holbrook)
- 5th October (Shotley)
- 12th October (Shotley)
- 17th October (Holbrook)
If you are over 65 or have had a letter confirming your eligibility please come along to any of the clinics – no appointment is necessary. If you think you are eligible but have not had a letter by mid-September please contact reception.
Are you entitled to a flu vaccination but declined it? If so please take this survey on behalf of Public Health about why patients do not attend for flu vaccination.
Take the survey
All patients have been allocated a ‘named GP’. Patients over 75 will have been advised of this by letter and those under 75 are welcome to ask at reception when visiting or telephoning the practice. Alternatively, this can be found at the bottom of your repeat prescription request if you are on medication.
One Life Suffolk
The Diabetes project www.onelifesuffolk.co.uk/type-2-diabetes
We will be changing our additional clinic slightly and offering an extra clinic early on Monday morning rather than the Wednesday evening, which we hope will provide extra flexibility for patients. Please ring reception for more information.