Updated 25/04/2022 

Updated Covid-19 Information - Due to the Covid-19 Assessment Centres closing, from Monday 4th April, please do not hesitate to contact the surgery if:  

  • Your symptoms worsen during self-isolation, especially if you’re in a high or extremely high-risk group
  • Breathlessness develops or worsens, particularly if you’re in a high or extremely high-risk group
  • You have symptoms that you can no longer manage at home

If the surgery is closed, please phone 111

If you have a medical emergency, phone 999 and tell them you have COVID-19 symptoms 

Flu Vaccination 2021/22

2021-2022 Flu Immunisation

It’s likely that flu viruses and the virus that causes coronavirus (COVID-19) will both be spreading this autumn and winter. Flu is a respiratory virus so it has similar symptoms to coronavirus. This year all flu vaccines will be managed by the Health Board. All under 16's will be managed by child health. Everyone entitled, over 16 will receive an appointment by post from NHSGGC. GP practices are not involved and cannot assist with queries. Please check the below link for more information. If you're eligible, your flu and coronavirus booster vaccines will be given at the same time, one in each arm. Please see our Covid/Booster page for more information. 

Who will be offered the flu vaccine

The people most at risk from flu will be prioritised for the vaccine.

The following groups of people are recommended to have the free flu vaccine this year. Please click which link applies to yourself for more information on how you will receive the vaccine this year.

Visit the child flu page for more information about the flu vaccine for children.

Those aged 70 or over will be contacted by their local NHS health board with details about their appointment.

Information about how to arrange your flu vaccination for all other eligible individuals will be available soon. Please do not phone your GP practice or NHS 24 for this information.

NHS Scotland recommends you get the vaccine as soon as it is offered to you.


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