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Whilst we’ve received information that all 50-64 year olds may be eligible for a free flu vaccination as part of plans to protect more people against seasonal flu, these free vaccinations will be subject to vaccine delivery later in the year.

This allows us (GP’s and community pharmacists) to focus on those who are in an at risk group, such as pregnant women and people with long term health conditions. They will be given priority and offered the vaccine first; if you are in this category you will be contacted.

If you are aged 50-64 and not in one of the at risk categories you will be made aware in the coming months if you will be able to attend for vaccination. If the programme is extended this is likely to be November or December.

GDPR and Privacy

 

How we use your information’ 

  • We collect and hold data about you for the purpose of providing safe and effective healthcare
  • Your information may be shared with our partner organisations to audit services and help provide you with better care
  • Information sharing is subject to strict agreements on how it is used
  • We will only share your information outside of our partner organisations with your consent*
  • If you are happy with how we use your information you do not need to do anything
  • If you do not want your information to be used for any purpose beyond providing your care please visit https://www.nhs.uk/your-nhs-data-matters/
  • You can discuss objecting to the sharing information with other health care providers by contacting us. We will let you know if this limits your treatment options.
  • Our guiding principle is that we are holding your information in the strictest confidence
  • For more information about our partner organisations and how your data is used please see the privacy notice below or ask at reception

*Unless the health & safety of others is at risk, the law requires it or it is required to carry out a statutory function

Privacy Notices:

How your information is shared so that this practice can meet legal requirements



 
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