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2 months ago

Clarkston Medical
Important information for our pregnant patients, please get vaccinated.Pregnant women can get vaccinations this weekend at special clinics.In recent months NHSGGC has seen an increase in the number of women who have ended up in Intensive Care - most of whom were unvaccinated. As a result of this situation, we have organised three vaccination clinics this weekend.▶️ Saturday 27 Nov - 9am - 4 pmMaternity Daycare - Queen Elizabeth University Hospital ▶️ Sunday 28 Nov -9am - 4pmDaycare - Princess Royal Maternity ▶️ Sunday 28 Nov - 9am - 4pmMaternity Antenatal Clinic - Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley During these days, all pregnant women are invited to a drop-in clinic to receive their first or second dose or to attend any clinic and speak with a midwife. Also, you can get your flu vaccine if you haven't already.For more information, bit.ly/3xmkNmM or read bit.ly/3xDmKLT#NHSGGC #PRM #QEUH #RAH #Maternity #CovidVaccination ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Clarkston Medical
Please share 🤓Here are our drop-in vaccination centres for today.Second doses of Moderna will be available at the following centres: Carmichael Hall, Glasgow Central Mosque, Glasgow Club Donald Dewar & Glasgow Club Easterhouse.More information on all our upcoming drop-in vaccinations here ➡️ www.nhsggc.org.uk/your-health/health-issues/covid-19-coronavirus/for-patients-the-public/covid-va... ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Clarkston Medical
Heads up:Here are our vaccination drop-in centres for today, Friday 3rd September.Pfizer doses are now being offered to 16 and 17-year-olds, and up to 39-year-olds. Astra-Zeneca vaccinations are also available to those aged 40 and over.Find more information on all our upcoming drop-in centres here ➡️ www.nhsggc.org.uk/your-health/health-issues/covid-19-coronavirus/for-patients-the-public/covid-va... ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Clarkston Medical
*SHARE PLEASE*www.facebook.com/386216958168986/posts/2773305686126756/?d=n&substory_index=0TODAY we are offering Pfizer doses to 16 and 17-year-olds, and up to 39-year-olds.You can find more information on all our upcoming drop-in vaccination centres at ➡️ bit.ly/3k1qr7k#NHSGGC #GetVaccinated ... See MoreSee Less
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5 months ago

Clarkston Medical
Wee heads-up about drop-in vaccine clinics in GG&C today, in case it helps any of you. Please share!TODAY we are offering Pfizer doses to 16 and 17-year-olds, and up to 39-year-olds.You can find more information on all our upcoming drop-in vaccination centres at ➡️ www.nhsggc.org.uk/your-health/health-issues/covid-19-coronavirus/for-patients-the-public/covid-va... ... See MoreSee Less
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Coronavirus, Cold or Flu?

Coronavirus, Cold or Flu?

Dear all, please find below a useful guide to the typical symptoms of coronavirus, the common cold and 'flu. Click on the picture to make it bigger. Going into cold & flu season you will be exposed to all of them - though the masks and hand gel help prevent the...

Flu Vaccinations 2020

Flu Vaccinations 2020

Dear All, This year the delivery of the annual flu vaccination programme is going to be different to previous years, to acknowledge the extra pressure of, and safety issues related to, COVID-19. Consider our usual format - up to 1081 of you in the premises in a 4 hour...

Coronavirus Advice for Parents

Coronavirus Advice for Parents

Here is a very useful government-endorsed website aimed at parents, with lots of advice about school, contact, testing etc. It should answer any and all questions you have about your children and coronavirus. https://www.parentclub.scot/topics/coronavirus

Letter from Chief Medical Officer

Letter from Chief Medical Officer

Information for patients at risk of severe complications of COVID-19: In the next week or so the Scottish Government will send out a letter to patients who are at the highest risk of severe complications should they catch COVID-19. The letter will contain advice about...

Thank You

Thank You

Dear All, Firstly, thank you. Thank you for your overwhelming support and understanding during this time of crisis. For the most part, you have adapted well to changes implemented to our appointments, reception, prescription procedures and more. You have heeded our...

LOCKDOWN MEASURES

LOCKDOWN MEASURES

Dear All, Last night’s announcement by the PM was a big game changer for all of us. Effectively, the country is in “lockdown”. We all now need to stick to staying indoors and only essential travel. Anyone who still has an appointment booked from before these measures...

New Coronavirus Community Hubs

New Coronavirus Community Hubs

* IMPORTANT UPDATE * As of 8am this morning, all suspected COVID-19 cases will be dealt with via specially designed hubs instead of the GP Practices. This is to make sure that the focus on COVID-19 is being undertaken by dedicated teams, allowing us to get on with the...

Social Distancing

Social Distancing

Dear All,   It's a very important fortnight coming up for us. What happens in terms of the spread of coronavirus in the next two weeks will have a huge impact on what the subsequent few months are like for us, for you and for the hospitals. Here is a video explaining...

Advanced Care Planning

Advanced Care Planning

Dear All, Spotted this BBC article https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-51981099 this morning   explaining more about the issues surrounding advanced care planning, particularly in the context of the COVID-19 crisis. It’s a worthwhile read and ties in directly with our...