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Saturday Flu Clinics 2018 - for patients registered at Wareham Surgery

Please note, there have been changes in the recommended vaccinations for patients aged over 65, so we will be administering two different vaccinations, one for patients aged over 65s and one for patients aged 18-65. Additionally we have to fix the needle to the syringe for the over 65 vaccination.  Please bear with us; we will try to keep the queues as short as possible.

 

Our deliveries of vaccinations for the over 65s have been staggered over September, October and November, so vaccination will be on a first come, first served basis. In the unlikely event that we do not have sufficient stock on the day, you will be asked to return to the following clinic.  Please do not telephone to make an appointment.

 

We will be carrying out pulse checks for the over 65s. If your pulse is irregular you will be offered an ECG to check whether you have Atrial Fibrillation, an irregular and often abnormally fast heart rate.

 

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PSA testing

There is currently no screening programme for prostate cancer in the UK. This is because it has not been proven that the benefits would outweigh the risks.  Please click on the following links for further information.

Patient.co.uk PSA testing options

NHS.uk PSA testing

Public Health England PSA Testing and prostate cancer: advice for well men aged 50 and over

Improving access to general practice: evening and weekend appointments now available


Have your say – join our Patient Group

Care Quality Commission – read our latest inspection report

A study of the therapeutic encounter in general practice

Men's Shed and Me and My Dad Leaflet


Patient Research Experience Survey 2018

If you have been involved in research at Wareham Surgery since 01 April 2018, please click on the link to complete a short survey.

Paient Research Experience Survey 2018

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