FLU & COVID 19 Autumn Booster Clinics throughout October and November 2022

Calling all: over 65year olds*, 50-64year olds*, preschool 2-4year olds, pregnant women*, those with a BMI ≥ 40, 18-49 year olds in “at risk” group* i.e. diabetes. Heart diseases, COPD, asthma, chronic neurological disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke, TIA, chronic liver and renal disease and those taking immunosuppressant drugs, carers*, household contacts of immunocompromised individuals*

  • You must be over 18 years and have had your first and second dose of Covid 19 vaccines to be eligible for the Covid Autumn Booster.
  • It must be 12 weeks since you’ve had your last Covid vaccine.

FLU & COVID Clinic Dates:

  • Tuesday 11th October 10.30am-5.15pm
  • Wednesday 12th October 10.30am-5.15pm
  • Thursday 13th October 10.30am-5.15pm
  • Friday 14th October 10.30am-5.15pm
  • Wednesday 26th October 10.30am-5.15pm
  • Dates for November coming soon.

We are calling the over 65year olds first for FLU & COVID vaccines.

If you are visiting the Treatment Room or attending Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex, feel free to enquire at reception, same day appointments available for FLU vaccines every day for our patients.

Patients Rights & Responsibilities

Patients have the right to:

  • consultation.jpgBe registered with a General Practitioner.
  • Change doctor if desired.
  • Be offered a health check on joining the practice
  • Receive emergency care at any time from the practice
  • Receive appropriate drugs and medicines
  • Be referred for specialist or second opinion if they and the GP agree
  • Have the right to view their medical record, subject to the relevant Acts and to know that those working for the NHS are under legal obligation to keep the contents confidential.

Within these rights come responsibilities and for the patient this means:

  • Be thoughtful of other patients and staff
  • Be considerate and respectful and show reasonable courtesy to those who are helping you.
  • Cancel appointments in good time if unable to attend.
  • Share your concerns and provide suggestions that will help provide quality care.

Should a patient become physically violent or abusive to doctors, staff or other persons on the practice premises, it may be necessary for the practice to remove this patient from its list. Each individual case will be discussed at a practice meeting and a decision made. Following the decision the practice manager will write to the patient and explain the reasons for removal and give the patient information on how to begin the process of registering with another GP.

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