Ludham & Stalham Green Surgeries

Vaccinations

Rubella Immunisations

Large increase in non-immunity to rubella (german measles) across Norfolk

We have recently been advised of a huge increase in non-immunity to rubella in Norfolk which has resulted with increased numbers of pregnant ladies reaching ante-natal clinics and finding they do not have immunity against rubella.

This oboviously puts their baby at risk if they were to catch rubella during pregnancy.

If you are trying for a baby or thinking of becoming pregnant and you have not already had a blood test to confirm you have sufficient immunity please book an appointment with the health care assistant to have your immunity levels checked - if they are low we can then vaccinate you with the MMR vaccine.

If you are female and have not had a vaccination (or you have a female child over 10 who has not yet had a rubella vaccination), please contact the surgery.

01692 678 611 Ludham
01692 580 880 Stalham Green Surgery

Seasonal Flu

Ludham & Stalham Green FLU CLINICS 2017

Saturday 16th September
9am-12.30pm
Stalham Green Surgery, Yarmouth Road, Stalham
 
Thursday 12th October
9am-1pm
Ludham Village Hall, Norwich Road, Ludham
 
Thursday 19th October
9am-12.30pm
Potter Heigham Village Hall, School Road, Potter Heigham
 
Thursday 26th October
2pm-5pm
Stalham Green Surgery, Yarmouth Road, Stalham
 
Wednesday 1st November
2pm-5pm
Ludham Surgery, Staithe Road, Ludham
 
No appointment necessary
For registered Patients only


Although many people say that they very rarely get flu, studies show that every year around 15-20% of people are infected. Peaks in flu cases are usually in December and January – if you are in an “at risk” group, please don’t leave it until there is a national panic before getting your jab!

 If you have missed the clinic dates and are in an "at risk" group. please contact the surgeries for an appointment.
 
The main groups are

  • those aged 65 or over,
  • those with long term illnesses,
  • carers 
  • pregnant women
  • Health care workers are also recommended vaccine to protect themselves and to help stop them spreading flu to their patients.

Shingles Vaccination

Who’s eligible in 2017/18 for a shingles vaccination?

Click here to see if you are eligible.