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Flu Clinics for patients under the age of 65 with longterm conditions

Booked appointment flu jab clinic Monday 22nd October from 6 pm 

Drop-in clinic (no appointment necessary) Monday 5th November 6 - 8 pm

Clinics for patients aged 65 and over are available in November.  Please ask at reception for further information.  NHS England advise the most effective flu jab for patients aged 65 and over is FLUAD.  This is an adjuvanted trivalent flu vaccine (aTIV). There is a different vaccine for patients under the age of 65 with longterm conditions. 

Contact our Doctors Online

This service is designed to help those who have difficulty attending during opening hours or for those who just need assistance. To use this service just click on the CONTACT YOUR GP ONLINE below:

1) Find your health condition and fill out a simple online questionnaire.
2) Your GP will get back to you normally within one working day with feedback and treatment options.


Patients can self-refer to some services without seeing a doctor first.


Patients are able to self-refer for counselling.

The website,,

lists organisations which provide free counselling.

Termination of Pregnancy

Patients are able to self-refer to discuss termination of pregnancy.

Appointments can be arranged by ringing:

North Tees Hospital - 01642 624 233

James Cook Hospital - 01642 282 424

Please note we do not routinely prescribe antibiotics

Parent or carer of a child under 5? Get the free NHS app, a new guide to help you look after your child's health. Search NHS child health on Google Play or the App Store.

Feeling ill, seek advice from a pharmacistThe Pharmacist can give advice for minor conditions such as:

Bites and stings
Cold sores
Cold or flu
D & V
Ear ache
Eye infection

Fungal infections
Head Lice
Nappy rash

The Dentist can offer advice regarding Toothache/abscess


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