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This Autumn eligible patients will be able to get their flu and covid booster vaccinations at the practice. Clinics are now available to book online or on the phone. You will be sent a link via text message or our team will contact you to book you an appointment. 

Our Saturday Flu Clinics will be happening:
Saturday 24th September 8.30-12.30pm - South
Saturday 1st October 8.30-12.30pm - North
Saturday 15th October 8.30-12.30pm - South
Please use the patient online link to book
Eligible cohorts are: 
  • all children aged 2 or 3 years on 31 August 2022
  • all primary school aged children (from reception to Year 6)
  • those aged 6 months to under 65 years in clinical risk groups
  • pregnant women (flu vaccination can also be given by the midwife)
  • those aged 65 years and over
  • those in long-stay residential care homes
  • carers
  • close contacts of immunocompromised individuals
  • frontline staff employed by the following types of social care providers without employer led occupational health schemes:

    • a registered residential care or nursing home
    • registered domiciliary care provider
    • a voluntary managed hospice provider
    • Direct Payment (personal budgets) or Personal Health Budgets, such as Personal Assistants

From 15th October 2022 all patients over 50 years old will also be eligible for a free flu vaccination. We will contact you nearer the time in order to book you in. If you do not receive an invitation but believe you qualify please contact the practice. 

Throughout the flu season you will be able to receive the vaccinations at your usual nurses or Dr appointment. Please ask as you book in. We will also operate a "Hot Seat" in the practice from 10am-2pm each day. If you come to the surgery and let reception know you're here for the flu jab and able to wait, one of our clinicians will be able to see you between patients without a prebooked appointment. Please note this  is unbooked and for vaccinations ONLY and so you will be seen between as clinicians are available. 

Many thanks, Stay safe and we look forward to seeing you soon! 
The Reddish Family Practice

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Monkeypox Update - Aug 2022

The UKHSA, the organisation in England responsible for public health and infectious diseases, has been monitoring the number of cases and the spread of monkeypox since it was first detected in the UK.


It has advised that pre-exposure vaccination against monkeypox should now be offered to those at greatest risk of infection to help control the recent outbreak of the virus.

The NHS is following UKHSA guidance on prioritising those at greatest risk of exposure and local services are contacting people who are a priority for vaccination. If you are eligible for a monkeypox vaccine you will be contacted directly. You do not need to contact the NHS.

If you think you may have come into contact with someone who has monkeypox or who is feeling unwell or has symptoms that could be consistent with monkeypox infection, limit contact with others and contact your local sexual health clinic or telephone NHS111. Please do not visit A&E or your GP.

Find out more at Monkeypox - NHS (


Please note that the practice closes each Monday Lunchtime 1-2pm. Urgent calls will still be taken by the Out of Hours service during this time. 

Half day closing for staff training. Once a month we close on a weekday afternoon for staff and team training. Upcoming dates will be notified below: 


Many thanks for your understanding 

The Reddish Family Practice

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