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IMPORTANT NOTICE

Flu Vaccinations 2017

 We will be holding our annual flu clinic on:

Saturday 14th October 2017 at Much Hadham Health Centre between 8.30am and 11.30am

Patients who are eligible for a FREE flu vaccination include:

All patients aged 65 years and over

Pregnant women

Carers

Diabetic

Children aged 2 or 3 on 31st August 2016 ( 4 -8 yr olds are being offered flu vaccination at school)

Please make an appointment by ringing 01279 842242 and speaking to one of the reception team.

If you are eligible for a free flu jab on the NHS but do not wish to have one please let us know so we can update your medical record.

For the purposes of the flu jab, a carer means a person who is in receipt of a carer’s allowance, or a person who is the main carer for an elderly or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if the carer falls ill. If you are unsure whether you qualify for a free flu jab please contact the surgery and ask.


 

Jack May Trust Fund

The Jack May Trust Fund was initially founded to facilitate the use of donations to the Health Centre to provide items specifically of benefit to patients and for which funding might not otherwise be available; and has subsequently become a registered charity (thus enabling the benefit of Gift Aid donations), funded by various sources of income such as donations and the proceeds of fund raising events. 

 

The Trustees are Colin Brookbanks, Peter Brighton, Peter Appleton, Tom Hamilton and Kay Kerr 

 

Proposals for the use of the Trust's income are considered at meetings of the Trustees with Health Centre staff, with authorisation of expenditure on approved projects being the specific responsibility of the Trustees and implementation being the responsibility of pertinent staff. 

 

Expenditure to date has covered such diverse items as: 

 

improvements to the treatment room and to furniture in the waiting room

provision of medical equipment additional to the standard scale, where this was    considered to be worthwhile, e.g nebulisers for emergency use by patients

support for services where the NHS lead time is excessive or NHS funding is no longer available, e.g. counselling

the funding of this website

automatic entrance doors to the Health Centre

Donations to the Fund are always welcome (by cash or cheque made payable to Jack May Trust Fund)  and further information on the Fund can be obtained from Reception, the Practice Manager or any of the Trustees.



 
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