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FLU VACCINATIONS . From 12th Oct , there will be APPOINTMENT CLINICS and If you are over 65 or have a chronic condition please phone 01294 554591 to book  FLU APPOINTMENT.


Appointments SYSTEM :  When requesting an emergency appointment/housevisit your details will be taken and one of the Triage Team will return your call, & assess your request & decide who is the best person to deal with your emergency.

 CARENA COMMUNITY LINK WORKER (New Title for COMMUNITYCONNECTOR) located here at the Surgery every Monday & Wednesday 10:00 till 4:00pm. Why not try the new CARENA POD in our back reception area & navigate through resources available in North Ayrshire!


Travel Information

Here in the Surgery, a clinic is available on Thursdays from 3:30pm  run by the practice nurse who will advise on and administer vaccinations and discuss other health issues relating to foreign travel.
As of 1st May 2016 there is a £20.00 administration fee for costs relating to travel immunisations.  This fee will need to be settled at the time of submitting your application.

 Patients need to have immunisations at least a month before travel sometimes sooner. Might need to refer to private clinic if there’s not enough time.

Travel Form       Travel Questionnare 2016

 Alternative Travel Clinics.

Glasgow Travel Clinic   0141 889 7656  
Ayrshire Central Hospital                                                                                                            Tuesdays 11-12:30pm   By Appointment ONLY.  01563 577970 Dr Allan's Secretary.
Glasgow Airport   Monday to Friday every week   By Appointment ONLY. 0141 8484800
Masta Travel Clinic 90 Mitchell Street, Glasgow.  Short Notice Appointments. 
0141 221 4224


Getting vaccinated

You don't always need vaccinations to travel abroad. If you do, the type of travel jabs you need depends on which country you're visiting and what you're doing.

First, phone or visit your GP or practice nurse to find out whether your existing UK jabs are up-to-date (they can tell from your notes). Your GP or practice nurse may also be able to give you general advice about travel vaccinations and travel health, such as protecting yourself from malaria.

Your GP or practice nurse can give you a booster of your UK jabs if you need one. They may be able to give you the travel jabs you need, either free on the NHS or for a charge.

Alternatively, you can visit a local private travel vaccination clinic for your UK boosters and other travel jabs.

Not all vaccinations are available free on the NHS, even if they're recommended for travel to a certain area.

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