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Our Blood Test Clinics are now appointment ONLY. Please contact the surgery for more details or to make an appointment. Or patients can still attend the phlebotomy clinic at Croydon University Hospital which operates a walk in clinic 7am  - 4.45pm Monday - Friday and with late opening till 6.45pm on Tuesday and Thursday.

Flu Clinics - Our flu clinics are now available. For information on dates and times please telephone our reception team.  For more information about who is eligible for the flu vaccination please see the information on the NHS Choices website. http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/vaccinations/Pages/who-should-have-flu-vaccine.aspx

The children's nasal flu vaccine for 2 and 3 year olds is now in stock. Please make an appointment in one of our nurse flu clinics. 

 

The practice has a Patient Participation Group that all patients registered with Auckland Surgery are welcome to join.

The Patient Participation Group (PPG) is your chance to contribute to the continuous improvement of the services we offer. It is a forum for patients to suggest positive ideas and voice concerns. A way to provide the patients perspective on all aspects of the surgery and the services we offer.

It is also a way for the practice to inform patients on new proposals within the NHS and changes within the practice.

We aim to meet at least three times a year. However we understand that not everyone is able to attend meetings, so why not give us your views by being a virtual member of our PPG. You can give your views and respond to patient surveys via email.

If you would like to be a member of Auckland Surgery Patient Participation Group then you can complete the sign up form on this website, email our practice manager nicola.gurnham@nhs.net or give your details to one of our reception team.

This is your chance to have your say about your practice.

 

 

 

 

 
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