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'Flu vaccinations

Are you aged 50 years or over as of 31.3.21?  You are now eligible to have a flu vaccination.

We have 'flu clinics on Saturday 12th December at both Mullion Health Centre (morning and afternoon) and Constantine surgery (morning only).  We would like to invite you to book an appointment and attend for your vaccination against 'flu.

Also, if you have a long term illness which means you are eligible for a free 'flu vaccine or are aged over 64 as of 31.3.20 and have not yet had one this 'flu season, please call reception to book an appointment.

All patients please call Mullion Health Centre on 01326 240212 and choose option 3.  This is a dedicated 'flu clinic booking line open for Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th December only.  This is to book into both Mullion and Constantine clinics.

Temporary Residents / Holidaymakers

 

Urgent care

Temporary residents and holidaymakers are asked to go online or call 111 first if they need urgent care.  The aim is to minimise the number of minor presentations to our emergency department and to direct people to the appropriate service or self-care options. 

 

Chronic Illness

Anyone staying in our catchment area that needs to speak with a GP regarding chronic disease management must telephone their registered GP. This will aid the management of your care as your GP will have a full record of your medical history and can also undertake a video or telephone consultation if required.

 

Medication

Anyone staying in our catchment area that needs to speak with a GP regarding medication also must telephone their registered GP

If you have run out of/lost your medication, your registered GP can send your prescription electronically to a local pharmacy here for you to collect.

 

Minor Injury

If you suffer from a minor injury, there are two minor injury units locally:

Camborne and Redruth Community Hospital – includes a Primary Care Centre

01209 318000 – 8am to 10pm every day.

Falmouth Community Hospital

01326 430030 – 8am to 8pm every day. 

 

We appreciate that we are all trying to navigate through these unprecedented times and hope that this will aid better patient care.

 
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