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FLU VACCINATIONS: DON'T MISS YOUR FLU VACCINATION! Flu occurs every year, usually in the winter, which is why it’s sometimes called seasonal flu. It’s a highly infectious disease with symptoms that come on very quickly. Colds are much less serious and usually start gradually with a stuffy or runny nose and a sore throat. A bad bout of flu can be much worse than a heavy cold. The most common symptoms of flu are fever, chills, headache, aches and pains in the joints and muscles, and extreme tiredness. Healthy individuals usually recover within two to seven days, but for some the disease can lead to hospitalisation, permanent disability or even death.  Appointments for flu vaccinations for eligible patients (over 65s and those under 65 in relevant at risk groups) are now available to book at Topcliffe Surgery in November. We are also offering Pneumococcal and shingles vaccinations for eligible patients.  Please speak to a member of the reception team or see 'Latest News' for more information.

Test Results

Test Results

We ask that you make it your personal responsibility to find out the results of any tests, X-rays etc. that we have requested, with the exception of cervical smears where the results will be sent to you direct.

Please ring after 10:30am in the morning, or after 2:00pm in the afternoon, to get your results.

Occasionally however the nurses do telephone patients with test results.  If there is an answer phone they will leave a message requesting that you contact the Surgery. If you do not want messages left on your answering service please let us know.

Please note: Your results are confidential to you and will not be given to anyone else without your express permission. Exceptions to this apply for young children (when results will be given to a parent or guardian) and when another doctor needs to know.

 
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