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NHS Flu Programme 2017

This seasons flu vaccination programme has started with our first flu clinic running from Thursday 28th September.  Please telephone the surgery to book your flu vaccination and hear details of further flu clinics. The NHS Flu Vaccination is available to patients listed below:-

  • anyone aged 65 and over
  • patients with diabetes
  • pregnant women
  • children and adults with an underlying health condition (such as long-term heart or respiratory disease)
  • children and adults with weakened immune systems.

The child Flu nasal spray vaccination is also available to children aged two and three years old (but not four years or older) on 31st August 2017.   School aged children in clinical risk groups may also be offered the vaccination.  For those children aged four years and over in reception, school years 1, 2, 3 and four the vaccination will be offered at school.

NHS Shingles Programme 2017

Patients become eligible on and after their 70th birthday for the shingles vaccination.  The eligibility cohort this year applies to all patients aged 70,71,72,73,74 and 75 year olds born before or on 1st September 1942.  It is also available to patients aged 79,78.  For those who are born after 2nd Sept 1942 aged 75,76,77 you will become eligible on your 78th birthday.  The vaccine is not available for those aged 80 years and over.

 

Private Prescriptions 
Please be advised that prescriptions issued by a Private Consultant cannot be converted into NHS Prescriptions. You need to take your Private Presciption to a Chemist who will advise you of the charge. Even if this is high, we are not allowed by new NHS rules to issue them.

Non NHS Service Fees

 

Fees for services not provided under the NHS

 

The services shown are not provided under the National Health Service contract and the following fees will be charged.  If you have any questions relating to these fees, please address them to your Doctor or the Practice Manager before requesting the service.

 

GENERAL

Access to Medical Records

£10 (View)

£0.50 per sheet (copy)

Max £50

Private Prescription

£15

Private Sick Note

£30

Private Insurance Claim Forms

£30

Photo Copying of Medical Notes (e.g. copies for own use)

 

40p per sheet + £20.00

(Max £50.00)

To Whom It May Concern Letter (private letter)

£30

Child Minding Form –

  • Ofsted Health Declaration (SCC/Local Authority)
  • Other Not Complex

 

£98

£41

Blue Badge (disabled parking)

£30

Private School Medical

£75

Reeds School Medical

£45

Summer Camp medical

£75

EMPLOYMENT

Employment, Pre-Employment Medical and Report

£125

Employment, Pre-Employment Report (No Examination)

£90

INSURANCE

Medical Insurance Certificate (e.g. BUPA, PPA, PPP)

£25

Medical Insurance Report or extract from Medical Records

£55

Medical Assessment Reports (Insurance Company)

£104

Supplementary Report

£27

Medical Assessment Report & Medical

£165

Medical Assessment Report without Medical Examination

£99

DRIVING

Medical and Report (e.g. Elderly, HGV, PSV and Taxi)

£120

Driver Insurance Form – with Medical

£95

Driver Insurance Form – without Medical

£55

SPORT

Fitness for Gym

£30

Sports report detailed

£30

Sports Medical

£90

Shotgun Licence – No Medical

£30

TRAVEL & OTHER VACCINATION FEES

Private Prescription (Travel)

£15

Passport Forms

£30

Hep B (Course of 3)

£50 each

Malaria (Need Private Prescription)

£15 Plus Cost of Medication

Meningitis ACW&Y

£55

Rabies (Course of 3)

£55 each

Yellow Fever

£60

 

Free to NHS patients registered with us otherwise:

Diptheria/Tetanus/Polio

Hep A

Hep A & Typhoid (Combined)

Typhoid

£35

£50

£60

£35

Chicken Pox

£50

Fitness to Travel

£30

Fitness to Travel Statement with Medical

£150

Cancellation of Holiday Claim Form

£30

Certificates

  • Incapacity
  • Private Sick Note
  • Other (Short/Simple)

 

£25

£25

£25

 



 
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