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FLU VACS - IT's NOT TOO LATE - Flu Epidemic has hit the UK. Book now and protect yourself - call Reception and ask for Flu Vaccine appointment.

Several patients are not turning up for appointments. To cancel click here : Cancel appointment

Measles out break in Surrey- Free measles vaccine for all Health Care Workers. Call now to book an appointment.

Extra weekday and Saturday appts supported by our GP's at Knowle Green and Sunbury. Call reception for details.


Flu Clinic

Adult and Child Flu Clinic 

You can book by calling reception - its not too late to be protected so do call now. 

  • Please have your arm ready for the flu vaccine.
  • When called please wait outside the room.
  • The Nurse/doctor will call you then they are ready to give you vaccination

An appointment is required for ALL clinics. We do not offer a walk in clinic.   This is a very fast moving clinic. Patients arrive, walk straight through with their sleeve rolled up and ready with no need to close doors and undress, are vaccinated and leave. 


Email / SMS reminders are issued to those eligible for the free vaccine.  If you are an eligible patient, or are a carer for an eligible patient, please provide us with either a mobile number or email address.  You do not have to wait until you receive a reminder to book your appointment with reception. 

Children - nasal vaccine for all children aged 2, 3 and 4 years old.   This is a very quick squirt up each nostril is all that is required. These will be run as seperate clinics and are not part of our Saturday clinics.  

Eligible categories for the free flu vaccine are as follows:

  • Ages 2 , 3 and 4 year olds
  • Pregnant
  • Registered carer with the practice
  • Aged 65 years plus
  • 6 months and over WITH one of the following conditions:
        • Chest problems  ▫ Chronic heart disease
        • Diabetes  ▫ Chronic kidney disease
        • Chronic liver disease ▫ Chronic neurological disease

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