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 The Hub for out of hours appointments

Evening and weekend appointments are available in the new hub. There are a limited number of appointments per practice.  Please speak to reception for further information.


CALLING ALL 18YR- 25YRS olds MENINGITIS C CATCH UP. Universities and colleges will be advising all students to have a booster vaccination over the summer months.  MENINGITIS IS A SERIOUS ILLNESS - book now to help protect your self. Pick up a leaflet at reception.

FLU Vaccines now available for the over 65's. For at risk patients under the age of 65 clinics are available after 15th September. Children's nasal flu will not be available until October.

SHINGLES VACCINATIONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR PATIENTS AGED 70, 71,72,73,74,75,77, 78 & 79 YRS.  Please speak to reception staff if you are 76




 Dr Williamson is the principal GP at Wayside , supported by Dr Khan,  Dr Aziz and Dr Okorie


WHOOPING COUGH OUTBREAK  pregnant women are advised to be vaccinated against this serious illness to protect their unborn baby.  Vaccination advised from week 16 onwards up to 6 weeks post delivery

contact the surgery to arrange your vaccination from week 16-38 of pregnancy


NEW NATIONAL ADVICE SERVICE - CALL 111 DIRECT  for  all medical advice. Calls are free from landlines and mobiles


Has your child had the MMR VACCINATION ? - please  contact the surgery for appointments.  All children / young people should have 2 MMR vaccinations to provide protection from these serious illnesses.

PRACTICE NURSE ADELE SKINNER - appointments available for a full range of medical conditions. Adele runs chronic disease clinics so book for asthma/inhaler reviews, COPD,  Stop Smoking programme,  diabetic reviews, medication reviews, Special Needs patient reviews,  travel immunisations, contraception advice and injections.  Call Adele for a range of medical advice, telephone consultations available.


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