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Latest News

Flu vaccinations

Flu vaccines will be available from Monday 1st October.  Remember you do not need an appointment, just pop into the surgery during opening hours and we will give it to you.  We would rather give you your flu vaccine than have you go elsewhere and will fit it in to suit you.

So remember if you are in the surgery

  • waiting to see someone
  • having a blood test
  • picking up a prescription
  • making an appointment
  • or with a friend of relative

just ask and we will give you your flu jab there and then, no need for an appointment.

Fax

From the 1st January 2019 we will no longer be accepting or sending faxes.

Patient Survey 2018

We would be grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete the Linthorpe Surgery 2018 Patient Survey.  The questions have been designed with the help of our patient participation group and your answers will help us to continue to improve our services.  Please click on the link below to complete the survey.

Patient Survery 2018

Practice boundary change

The application to change our practice boundary was accepted by NHS England and we will no longer be taking on patients with the following postcodes.  

TS10, TS11, TS15, TS17, TS18, TS19 and TS23.

For those patients still registered with ourselves living in the above postcodes, you will not be removed from the practice list, however if you do move address to one of these postcodes in the future then you will be removed.

Prescribing

Prescribing of over the counter medicines is changing, please follow the link below to find out why.

Changes to prescribing over the counter medicines

Help us help you stay safe this winter

Winter conditions can be seriously bad for our health, especially for people aged 65 or over, and people with long-term conditions. We want to help protect you and those you care for, please follow the link below for useful information on staying safe this winter.

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