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The Surgery has a Text Message Service. Please check we have your current mobile number on your medical record.
Every Tuesday afternoon at North West Kilmarnock Area Centre and every Wednesday morning at Old Irvine Road Surgery with the midwife
Every Friday morning at Old Irvine Road Surgery with the health visitor
Every Thursday morning with the doctor
Alternate Wednesdays with doctor and nurse at North West Kilmarnock Area Centre
Once a month on a Wednesday morning at North West Kilmarnock Area Centre
For support and advice please visit-https://www.nhsaaa.net/musculoskeletal-service-msk/
Results are available from 10.00am - 1.00pm and 2.00 - 4.00pm by contacting the surgery on 01563 522413.
The following are among the services not covered by the NHS and you will be asked to pay a fee:
Details are available at reception.
The flu vaccine is the best available protection against the flu virus. It’s very safe, takes only a few minutes and will last around a year. The vaccine is offered each winter flu season, which lasts from October to March.
The following information advises on how the flu vaccine will be delivered across Ayrshire and Arran during winter 2020/21.
If you are eligible to receive the flu vaccine (see link below), you will receive a letter or text from your GP Practice letting you know how you can get this. The letter /text will advise you to call your GP Practice to make an appointment at a time suitable for you. Please keep the letter /text safe as you MUST take that with you when you attend for your flu vaccination or you may be unable to get it.
Eligible for Flu Vaccines
If you are unable to attend at your GP practice for your flu vaccine, you may also be able to get it at a participating Community Pharmacy, where a Pharmacy Form may be required (see attachments below). You should contact the pharmacy before attending for your flu vaccination. Again, you MUST take the letter / text you received from your GP Practice with you when attending.
Community Pharmacy List Pharmacy Form
Wherever you attend for your flu vaccination, you may notice some enhanced infection control measures in place to protect you and our staff. You should consider wearing appropriate, loose fitting clothing for easy access to where you will receive your vaccination (e.g. arm).
It is important that you also help to keep everyone safe by following the guidance below:
If you are unable to attend your booked appointment, please call your GP practice at the earliest opportunity. This may also allow your appointment to be offered to someone else.
For further information on flu and the vaccine, you can visit https://www.nhsinform.scot/illnesses-and-conditions/infections-and-poisoning/flu