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FACE MASKS

If you are attending the surgery for an appointment, we would be grateful if you could wear a face covering or mask. Our staff wear a mask to protect you and you can help protect us and other patients in the waiting room by wearing a face covering or masks.  We thank you for your co operation.

Public Holidays

Friday 3rd June                 Jubilee Holiday

Monday 19th September    September public Edinburgh Holiday

26th and 27th December 

 

 

 

 

FLU Vaccine How to book

To Book a Flu Vaccination, Drive Through or Walk In, visit https://www.nhsinform.scot/flu  or call  0800 22 44 88 

Clinics will change because of staffing/weather/site changes etc. Patients should  check a few days before that the clinic they intended to attend is still running. 

Flu Vaccination.  This year patients will be sent notification from Lothian Health Board where they can go to have their flu injection.   Please do not call the surgery regarding flu vaccination appointments . 

The flu vaccine is offered in autumn to everyone aged 65 or over and those in the at risk in Scotland to help protect them against influenza (the flu virus). NHS Scotland strongly recommends you get your flu vaccine this year. This is for three reasons:

1. Flu can be serious and life threatening. Every year thousands of people in Scotland are hospitalised because of flu. People aged 65 or over and those in the at risk categories are at particular risk

2. To reduce the risk of you spreading flu to friends and family.

3. To help our NHS avoid the pressure that a spike in seasonal flu would put on top of COVID-19.

Is it safe to go to my flu vaccine appointment?

• Getting your flu vaccine is one of the most important reasons for leaving your home.

• During vaccination, strict infection prevention and control measures will be in place.

• Please wear a face covering while travelling to and from and during your appointment, and remember to wash your hands regularly.

Community Pharmacies Offering Flu Vaccinations

The priority groups which can access flu vaccination from community pharmacy  are:

Adults over 65 years

18- 64 years in at risk categories defined in the CMO letter

Pregnant women

Unpaid carers

Living with someone who has been shielding

Community pharmacies will also continue to offer private flu vaccinations to those who do not meet the NHS criteria or do not wish to wait if they are likely to be in the later cohorts.

 

The service is scheduled to commence 28th September 2020.  See below for participating pharmacies -

LEITH Pharmacy  7 Great Junction Street EH6 5HX

LEITH PHARMACY

BOOTS UK LTD

7 Great Junction St

14 CAMERON TOLL CENTRE 6 LADY ROAD EDINBURGH

BOOTS UK LTD101-103 PRINCES STREET EDINBURGH
BOOTS UK LTD46-48 SHANDWICK PLACE EDINBURGH
BOOTS UK LTDUNIT 16,MULTREES WALK,EDINBURGH
BRISTO SQUARE PHARMACYUNIVERSITY OF ED'BURGH 6 BRISTO SQUARE EDINBURGH
BOOTS UK LTD28-30 NEWINGTON ROAD EDINBURGH
BOOTS UK LTD6 ST PATRICK STREET EDINBURGH
LINDSAY & GILMOUR CHEMIST18-20 COMISTON ROAD EDINBURGH
LLOYDS PHARMACY129 BRUNTSFIELD PLACE EDINBURGH
PATON & FINLAY177 BRUNTSFIELD PLACE EDINBURGH
OMNICARE PHARMACY2 HOME STREET EDINBURGH
LINDSAY & GILMOUR CHEMIST37 MOREDUN PARK ROAD EDINBURGH
RIGHT MEDICINE PHARMACY45 FORREST ROAD EDINBURGH
WELL PHARMACY55A MAYFIELD ROAD EDINBURGH
LORIMER PHARMACY153 MORNINGSIDE ROAD EDINBURGH
RIGHT MEDICINE PHARMACY142 MARCHMONT ROAD EDINBURGH
NEWINGTON PHARMACY46-48 CLERK STREET EDINBURGH
OMNICARE PHARMACY2 FOUNTAINHALL ROAD EDINBURGH
RIGHT MEDICINE PHARMACY67 HIGH STREET EDINBURGH
OMNICARE PHARMACY102 WALTER SCOTT AVENUE EDINBURGH
HONEY PHARMACY105 BROUGHTON STREET EDINBURGH

 

They will also be able to offer to the over 55 years cohort when this is phased in depending on vaccine availability.



 
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