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Seasonal Influenza Vaccination from Monday 19th September please see below for further details

 

Emergency Life Support course for patients. Click here for further details.

 Ebola Alert:  If you have recently travelled to Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone or Nigeria and you have a temperature, sickness or diarrhoea, please do not come in to the Surgery. Call us on 0208 440 7417 to make a telephone appointment.

Welcome to East Barnet Health Centre ... For general enquiries please email general.ebhc@nhs.net

We are 3 GP Practices based in one Health Centre along with Practice Nurses and our administrative team.

Our GP’s run surgeries each morning and afternoon and the doctors can be contacted from 8am to 6.30pm. Some extended surgeries are available between 07:00 and 08:00. Please ask if you would like to have an appointment between these times.

We try to be informal, understanding and kind, not least because we have all, even the doctors and the receptionists, had to go to our own doctor and we know how it feels. But, if you think we have got it wrong, there is a complaints procedure form available at front desk. We will respond within 2 days.

Access: Access for the disabled via the ramp at the main entrance. There are also disabled toilet facilities available.

Influenza Vaccination Clinics 2016

Clinics for seasonal influenza vaccination will be running from Monday 19th September. Please contact the surgery to book your appointment or come to one of our WALK-IN clinics listed below.

Early morning walk-in influenza vaccination clinics for patients registered with:

Dr Colin Peskin & Dr Syed Faraz Hussain

Dr Penny Weston & Dr Tal Helbitz

7:15am – 8am

Tuesday 20th September

Wednesday 21st September

Tuesday 27th September

Wednesday 28th September

Wednesday 5th October

 

You are eligible for a FREE influenza vaccination if:

You are over the age of 65

You are pregnant

You have a serious long-term health condition such as asthma, COPD, diabetes, chronic heart disease, kidney disease or have a weakened immune system

You are the main carer for an elderly or disabled person who would suffer if you became ill

Children aged 2, 3 or 4 years.

 

 
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