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Croyard Medical PracticeTel: 01463 782794
Strathlene SurgeryTel: 01463 870843
The nurse is involved in a wide range of practice services:
Until very recently, the surgery has offered a full travel vaccination service, but we will no longer be providing this . It is now your responsibility to assess what vaccinations you will require for your trip. Advice can be found at:
"Fit for Travel" website http://www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk/destinations
You will be able to get all the advice you require to make an informed choice regarding the vaccinations you will require. Some vaccinations are free of charge on the NHS.
The vaccinations which are available on the NHS are:
These can be prescribed and administered by a nurse at the surgery if needed.
Other vaccinations , possibly required for more exotic or unusual destinations, complex travel itineraries, or long stay vacations , will have to be sourced from a travel clinic (available in most pharmacies). There will be a charge for these. If you would rather have all of your vaccinations done at these clinics, they can also give the above vaccines, but they will charge for these.
We strongly advise that you check your requirements at least 3 months before travel, as sometimes a course of up to 3 vaccinations need to be given over the course of several weeks.
More info can be found on our "New Travel Vaccination Policy" on the link below, there is also a tear off slip if you require any of the vaccinations provided by the NHS and return to the surgery, where your prescription and appointment will be generated.
New Travel Vaccination Policy
Some services provided are not covered under our contract with the NHS and therefore attract charges. Examples include the following:
The fees charged are based on the British Medical Association (BMA) suggested scales and our reception staff will be happy to advise you about them along with appointment availability.
FEE FOR NON-GENERAL MEDICAL SERVICES
On this page you can download various forms that you can then print, complete and hand in to the surgery.
Anti-Coagulant Monitoring Form
Travel Consultation Form
Seasonal Influenza Vaccine 2020
The Beauly and Muir of Ord Practices had a week long Flu Event at the BLACK ISLE SHOWGROUND wc Monday 5th October - Friday 9th October.
Tuesday 6th January 2021 update:
We have the children's nasal flu vaccine, please phone the Practice to arrange an appointment.
Under 65's flu vaccinations are now available. If you are eligible please telephone the Practice to arrange an appointment.
We still have over 65's flu vaccinations, please telephone the Practice to arrange an appointment if you have not yet received your vaccine.
We will update this website weekly.
Croyard Medical Practice COVID-19 Vaccinations
PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT the Practice with enquiries about COVID-19 vaccinations we will get in touch with eligible patient groups as and when stock is available to us. The following is very useful information about the groups and order in which they will be taking place.
The groups most at risk will be vaccinated first and are as follows:
Residents in Care Homes for older adults and their carers
People aged 80 and over
Frontline Health and Social care workers
All those 75-79 years of age
All those 70-74 years of age
Extremely clinically vulnerable
All those 65 years of age and over
All individuals aged 18 years to 64 years with underlying health conditions and unpaid carers
All those 60 - 64
All those 50 - 59
Vaccination for other groups will begin as soon as supply of vaccines becomes available.
The order in which people will be offered the vaccine is based on advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI)