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Flu vaccination by injection, commonly known as the "flu jab" is available every year on the NHS to protect adults (and some children) at risk of flu and its complications.

Flu can be unpleasant, but if you are otherwise healthy it will usually clear up on its own within a week.

However, flu can be more severe in certain people, such as:

  • anyone aged 65 and over
  • pregnant women
  • children and adults with an underlying health condition (particularly long-term heart or respiratory disease)
  • children and adults with weakened immune systems

Anyone in these risk groups is more likely to develop potentially serious complications of flu, such as pneumonia (a lung infection), so it's recommended that they have a flu vaccine every year to protect them.

The flu vaccine is given free on the NHS as an annual injection to:

  • adults over the age of 18 at risk of flu (including everyone aged 65 and over)
  • children aged six months to two years at risk of flu

Find out more about who should have the flu jab.

Our Childrens Flu Clinics will be on the 13th and 20th November. please call the surgery to arrange an appointment.

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“The Doctors, nurses and the whole team here at Davaar medical Centre strive to deliver the highest quality health care. We are committed to looking after the health and well being of the community. 

We aim to treat you as we would like ourselves and our family to be treated when we are unwell or have medical concerns"

Teaching & Research

We are an approved training practice and have experienced doctors, as well as medical students attending the practice who may be present at your consultation. Should you prefer this not to be the case, simply inform reception.


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