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Flu Clinics 2018/19

Flu clinics are now available to book for patients aged 65 years and over and those patients in clinical ‘at risk’ groups. This year, there are three different types of flu vaccine: one for patients aged 65 and over (including patients turning 65 before 1st April 2019); one for patients aged 18 to 64 in a clinical at risk group and one for patients under 18 years of age.

Please contact reception on 01522 724411 to make your appointment. We have clinics available at both Brant Road and Springcliffe sites.

Patient Notice - 3rd August 2018

Change to Opening Times

 With effect from 1st September 2018, our Brant Road site will no longer offer appointments on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.


Instead, Brant Road will be open until 8pm on a Friday evening only.


Please note that the evening sessions are for

pre-bookable appointments only.


On all other weekdays, our opening hours will remain as 08:00am to 6:30pm – this includes our Springcliffe site on a Friday.

The PPG children's Play area project is now completed.

£58 was raised at the Patient Group Coffee Morning on Tuesday 12th December 2017.  All proceeds will go towards the funding for the toys in the children's play area.  Thank you so much for your generosity.   

PPG children's play area project: We were delighted to have worked alongside The Art Department at Lincoln College on this project byoffering their talented students a work placement for 'private commissioned work' as part of their course.

Students Izzy and Catherine stepped up to the challenge and were tasked to created a piece of art which would keep both children and parents amused while waiting for their appointment. We are pleased to say the project is nearly completed and we are absolutely delighted with the design. If you have not yet seen our fantastic new mural in the surgery click on the link below to see the media coverage. 


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