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.


To register for online appointments call in at the practice and advise the receptionist that you would like to register for on line access. You will need to bring photographic identification with you. The registration process only takes a few minutes. You will be handed a letter with the details required to register successfully.

On your computer, using your normal internet browser, enter the website address given on your registration letter.  Follow the instructions to complete the registration process. Once you have registered, you will be given a unique ID number. Please ensure you make a note of this as you will need it every time you wish to log on. If you lose this number, you will need to start the registration process over again as it cannot be reset.

Login, and start using Patient Access

Note – for security purposes, if your personal information is not entered accurately, you will be denied access. We do not have access to your password and if you forget it, we will have to re-issue you with new registration information so that you can start the process again.

When you book an appointment this way, you will receive confirmation immediately. There is no need to contact the surgery, just make sure that you arrive promptly on the day.

If you have any questions or comments about using Patient Access, please talk to the receptionists who will do their best to offer assistance.


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