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Latest News

Flu jabs 2019

Walk in clinics 8-1pm Saturday 14th or 21st September-  for over 18 year olds- both surgeries.

OR go online/ call or visit reception to book an appointment.

Under 18s -clinics to be arranged shortly

Measles outbreak

There are currently measles outbreaks in our area. Please call us to check your child/teenager is vaccinated- we can provide any missing vaccinations.

For more info, and for what to look out for, see leaflet and link below:

Measles Leaflet

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/measles/

Food banks and Hygiene bank

We are now pleased to be collecting donations to pass onto local food banks. We would be grateful for any non-perishable food donations you can make.  Large Foodbank collection baskets are in both reception areas.

Our Wheathampstead surgery is now also a collection point for The Hygiene bank. This aims to help those in hygiene poverty -  donations of shower products, deodorant, toothbrushes and pastes, sanitary products, laundry products etc would all be welcomed. For Harpenden collection points, please see this link: https://www.thehygienebank.com/hertfordshire

Herts 10k run

We are delighted that a team from the surgery successfully completed the Herts 10K run together in Oct 2018.  We have managed to raised money for Rennie grove hospice through our efforts! Thank you to all of those who supported us and donated to this excellent charity. 

GDPR - Data Protection

In line with changes to data protection regulations, we are updating our procedures. 

WE WILL NOW NEED YOUR NAME, DOB AND ADDRESS BEFORE YOU CAN COLLECT ANY DOCUMENT OR PRESCRIPTION FROM THE SURGERY

Update re faxes

Since March 2018 we have not been sending or accepting faxes.  Please call the surgery for any enquiries. Or email the surgery on vsurgery@nhs.net

Staff changes

We are very pleased that Emily Ross has joined us as an urgent care practitioner. She will be able to see patients with minor illnesses with supervision by our GPs.

You can now follow us on twitter @TVS_GP

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