Clifton House Medical Centre

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If you are aged 65 and over or have one of the chronic diseases listed below, it’s time to book your annual flu vaccination.

If in doubt please check with staff member who will advise.

  •     Diabetes mellitus
  •     On immunosuppressant drugs
  •     Immunodeficiency disorder
  •     HIV positive
  •     Ischaemic heart disease
  •     Cardiovascular disorder
  •     Chronic kidney disease
  •     Renal transplant
  •     Liver disease
  •     Cerebrovascular Accident
  •     Neurological disorders
  •     Having Chemotherapy
  •     Lung disease (Asthma only if you take a steroid tablet or steroid   inhaler)
  •     If you are a pregnant lady or you are a Carer for someone you can also have the vaccination.

  Please Book your appointment now!   


Link  to sms text consent form





Pregnant ladies - Protect your new born baby by getting the whooping cough vaccination from the 20th week of your pregnancy

There's a lot of whooping cough (pertussis) around at the moment and babies who are too young to start their vaccinations are at greatest risk.  

Young babies with whooping cough are often very unwell and most will be admitted to hospital because of their illness. When whooping cough is particularly severe, they can die.   

Pregnant women can help protect their babies by getting vaccinated – ideally at 20 weeks, after the foetal scan, up to 32 weeks pregnant. If for any reason you miss having the vaccine, you can still have it up until you go into labour.



The children's flu vaccine is offered as a yearly nasal spray to protect them against flu to:    

  • children aged two, three and four on August 31 2016 
  • children in school years one, two and three   
  • children aged 2 to 17 with long-term health conditions  

Flu can be a very unpleasant illness for children with potentially serious complications, including bronchitis and pneumonia.   

In the autumn/winter of 2016-17, the vaccine will be available free on the NHS for eligible children, please contact the surgery to book an appointment or for further details  




Opening Hours

Open every weekday from 8.00am - 6.30pm                                                           Out Of Hours - Tel: 341423 (Follow the instructions given)   

NHS 111 - Tel: 111

Public Holidays

The surgery will be closed all day on the following public holidays:

 26th December 2016 27th December 2016
 2nd January 2017  
The practice will be closed for Protected time for learning 29th November, 24th January 2017.


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Clifton House Medical Centre, 263-265 Beverley Road, Hull, East Yorkshire, HU5 2ST
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