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The potential for a flu epidemic this year in the UK

Fresher's / Registration week from the 25th to the 29th

Congratulations on gaining your place at Southampton! Registration for new students starts Monday 25th September at 09:00. Beat the queues and come early. Please bring your completed registration & alcohol form, with details of your medical history & any medications you are using. See you soon!

Flu season is just around the corner!

The following flu clinics have been confirmed at Highfield Health:

· Wednesday 4th October 2017 - 1pm-4pm

· Wednesday 4th October 2017 - 1pm-4pm

· Wednesday 11th October 2017- 1pm-4pm

· Wednesday 18th October 2017 - 1pm-4pm

· Monday 23rd October 2017 - 9.10am-12.05pm & 2pm-4.40 pm

· Wednesday 25th October 2017 - 1pm-4pm

· Wednesday 1st November 2017 8.40 am-12.10pm

Please check the following link to see if you are eligible for a flu jab: http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/vaccinations/Pages/who-should-have-flu-vaccine.aspx

Request for letter to Tutor/Exams office ETC.

Hepatitis A Vaccine

Unfortunately we are in a very short supply of Hepatitis A vaccine, due to a manufacturer problem.

We are unable to obtain the Vaccine until possibly September.

Our recommendation is to access the travel clinic for Hepatitis A please.

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Are you a carer?

Read our Patient Participation Group Reports (http://www.mysurgerywebsite.co.uk/ppg.aspx?pr=J82663)

TARGET DAY - Training Closure

The next TARGET In House event will be held on the 14th September 2016, between 1:30 – 6:30pm.
Highfield Health Surgery will be Closed to the public for this Staff Training time.

For URGENT problems during these times, telephone 111 (this service is available 24 hours a day for advice and guidance and will contact an Out of Hours GP where appropriate).

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