FLU AND PNEUMOCOCCAL IMMUNISATIONS
Does Age Affect The Risk Of Flu?
Yes, If you are aged 65 years or over or you are at higher risk.
Who Is At Risk?
- If you are aged 65 years or over, or if you take regular inhaled steroids
- If you have a chronic respiratory disease (including asthma)
- If you have chronic heart disease
- If you have chronic renal disease
- If you are diabetic
- If you have a weak immune system
- If you live in a long-stay residential or nursing home
- If you have chronic liver disease
- If you are a carer
Do I Need To Be Protected Against Pneumococcal Infection?
Everybody aged 65 and over should now be immunised to help protect them against pneumococcal infection which can cause diseases such as pneumonia, septicaemia (blood poisoning) and meningitis. Please contact the surgery via telephone during September to make an appointment if the above applies to you.
INDEX - Services
- Asthma and COPD Reviews
- COVID-19 Vaccinations
- Electronic Prescription Service
- Flu and Pneumococcal Immunisations
- GP Availability
- Home Blood Pressure Monitoring
- Information Leaflets
- Language Line
- Learning Disabilities
- Non-NHS Fees and Charges
- Nurse Clinics
- Patient Participation Group
- Regular Support Cafes and Drop-ins
- Room Bookings
- Salisbury Leg Club
- Sarum Cathedral Primary Care Network
- Travel Vaccination