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Suffolk Active

The Active Wellbeing service is here at Bildeston Health Centre to help you become more physically active. Please take a look at the link above. 

Flu Clinic information for those patients aged Younger than 65 years.

The Government recommends that this group of patients have the Quadrivalent Vaccine.  This is the same vaccine that we used last year.  This year the manufacturer has made us aware of a delay with getting the vaccine to Practices, please see below:

“The World Health Organization (WHO) took a decision to delay the selection of the A/H3N2 strain of flu notification by one month. This has had an effect on the manufacturing timelines and will impact the vaccine time to market. Distribution will therefore commence a few weeks later than last season”

We will receive staggered deliveries of the vaccine during October and November.  We think we will have sufficient vaccines in order to run a clinic at the end of October.

When We Are Closed 

Training Days

Reception and Dispensary will remain open so you can continue to make appointments or collected repeat medications. 
  • Thursday 15th November 2018
  • Wednesday 12th December 2018


  • January 2019 - No event
  • 13th February (Wed)
  • 14th March (Thurs)
  • 4th April (Thurs)
  • 22nd May (Wed)
  • 20th June (Thurs)
  • 18th July (Thurs)
  • 11th Sept (Wed)
  • 10th Oct (Thurs)
  • 6th Nov (Wed)
  • 11th Dec (Wed)

Morning clinics will take place as normal on these days.

If anyone has a medical emergency after 1pm on these dates, you should ring 111. Advice and urgent treatment will be provided by CARE UK.

An out-of-hours doctor service is offered for all patients registered with our practice.

From 18:30 0 08:00 weekdays and all day during the weekend and bank holidays, urgent medical advice can be obtained by telephoning 111. You can also telephone the normal surgery number and you will be automatically transferred to the service.

Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.  


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