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Patient Online Access

Online access to appointment booking, prescription ordering, results and detailed medical record summary are available for all patients. To register contact the surgery and present photographic identification & proof of address to get your access activated.

If you are feeling unsure about using a computer to access online services - AGE UK are offering Accessing the NHS Online workshops or one to one help at the Gateway Centre, Gillingate, Kendal. For more information call 01539 792019 or email Workshops: 10am - 4pm Thursdays   10am - 1pm Fridays

New Patients

We are currently registering new patients - please call into Reception or click on the link above (in the grey box) 

Staff Training

We are closed for Staff Training on the afternoon of Thursday 24th November from 1pm to 8am the following day - prescriptions can be collected from Lloyds Pharmacy (next door)

Job Vacancy

We are looking for a chronic disease nurse to join our team - please click on the Job Vacancy link for more information or go to NHS Jobs website to apply


Should I get the Flu Vaccination?

For most people, flu is unpleasant but not serious. You will usually recover within a week.

However, certain people are at greater risk of developing serious complications of flu, such as bronchitis and pneumonia. These conditions may require hospital treatment.

The flu vaccine is offered free to people who are at risk, to protect them from catching flu and developing serious complications.

At-risk groups

It is recommended that you have a flu jab if you fall into one or more of the following categories:

  • are 65 years old or over

  • are pregnant (including those becoming age 65 years by 31 March 2015)

  • all pregnant women (including those women who become pregnant during the flu season)

  • all those aged two, three, and four years old (but not five years or older) on 1 September 2014

  • all school-aged children who are part of the pilot childhood programme

  • have a serious medical condition (see below)

  • are living in a long-stay residential care home or other long-stay care facility (not including prisons, young offender institutions or university halls of residence)

  • people who are in receipt of a carer’s allowance, or those who are the main carer of an older or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if the carer falls ill

  • are a frontline health or social care worker (see below)

If you are the parent of a child who is over six months old and has a long-term condition on the list below, speak to your GP about the flu vaccine. Your child’s condition may get worse if they catch flu.

Pregnant women

It is recommended that all pregnant women should have the flu vaccine, whatever stage of pregnancy they’re in.

This is because there is good evidence that pregnant women have an increased risk of developing complications if they get flu, particularly from the H1N1 strain.

Studies have shown that the flu vaccine can be safely and effectively given during any trimester of pregnancy. The vaccine does not carry risks for either the mother or baby. In fact, studies have shown that mothers who have had the vaccine while pregnant pass some protection to their babies, which lasts for the first few months of their lives.

Flu Vaccination Clinics

During Daytime Hours (29th Sept – 26th Nov)

Every Tuesday (11.00-12.00pm)

Every Wednesday (7.30-8.30am)

Every Thursday (3.00-4.00pm)



Monday 12th October (4.30-7.30pm)

Monday 26th October (4.30-7.30pm)

Monday 9th November (4.30-6.30pm)

*These clinics will be partially blocked until needed



Saturday 3rd October

Saturday 17th October


*These clinics will be partially blocked until needed


Nasal Flu (2-4yrs) (29th Sept – 24th Nov)

Every Tuesday afternoon:

Caite Guest (1.30-4.30pm) Jo Bark (2.00-4.00pm)

Thursday 29th October HALF-TERM (9.00-12.00pm)

Children that are aged 2, 3 or 4 years on 31st August 2015 are eligible.

Only book into nasal flu clinics not flu clinics.

They cannot be less than 2years or 5years and over, unless at risk.



Anyone 65 years or over can have a one off vaccine for pneumonia.

If they haven’t had it before please book an appointment as a second appointment to the flu vaccination.




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