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Seasonal FLU vaccination

It's the time of the season for the flu vaccinations.

we have the following clinics in place and these are appointment ONLY, Please ring your surgery to book an appointment.

Lordswood: Ring between 12 -2 PM

Every Tuesday & Thursday between 12-1 PM starting from 19th September

We are also holding Saturday clinics between 9-11 AM on the following dates

30th September, 7th October, 14th October, 21st October.

Further clinics will be announced.


Quinborne Medical: Ring between 12 - 1 PM

Every Tuesday & Thursday on the following dates:

26th September: 9-12 AM & 2-5 PM

28th September: 2:30-5 PM

3rd October: 9-12 AM & 2-5 PM

5th October: 2:30-5 PM

10th October: 9-12 AM & 2-5 PM

12th October: 2:30-5 PM

We are also holding a saturday clinic on 30th September: 9-10AM

Further clinics will be announced.


Quinton Family: Ring between 12 -1 PM

Please ring the surgery to book an appointment.


Who is eligible?

  • Everyone aged 65 and over
  • Pregnant women
  • BMI greater than 40
  • People with caring responsibilities (Carer)
  • Everyone aged 6monts -64 years who are on RISK Group.

RISK Groups

Seasonal Child Nasal FLU

All children in the age group of 2 & 3 years. born between 1/9/2013 and 31/8/2015.

children in age group between 4 - 8 years will be given at the school.

Please ring the surgery to book an appointment.


Shingles Vaccination

All patient in the age group between 70 - 74 years and between 78-79 years will be offered a shingles vaccine.

Health Visitors @ Lordswood House 

The health visiting team have now relocated from Lordswood House to

Quinton Lane Care Centre

Tel: 0121 4663550

However the clinic times have not changed

Well Baby Clinic - Tuesday PM 13:30 - 15:00

Development Reviews - Book Appointments Only.

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