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Christmas Opening Hours

Elm Lodge Surgery will only be closed on the public holidays over the festive period.

Friday 22nd DecemberOPEN AS USUAL 8am - 6:30pm
Monday 25th DecemberCLOSED
Tuesday 26th DecemberCLOSED
Wednesday 27th DecemberOPEN AS USUAL 8am - 6:30pm
Thursday 28th DecemberOPEN AS USUAL 8am - 6:30pm
Friday 29th DecemberOPEN AS USUAL 8am - 6:30pm
Monday 1st JanuaryCLOSED
Tuesday 2nd JanuaryOPEN AS USUAL 8am - 6:30pm

Whilst the surgery is closed please contact the Out-Of-Hours Doctor, SELDOC on 02086939066

Latest News

Child Flu Vaccine

The routine childhood immunisation schedule includes an annual vaccine against the flu at the surgery for everyone aged 2 and 3. Call reception to book an appointment for your child.

Flu Vaccine

Our flu clinics can be booked online here

Get Protected from the Flu

An annual vaccine is the best protection against the influenza virus for you and those around you.

Everyone over 65 years old, and people with most long term conditions are eligible for a free vaccine on the NHS. Find out more here.

Volunteers Fair

Elm Lodge Surgery is hosting a 'Volunteers Fair' on Thursday 30th November between 5pm and 7pm.

Local voluntary sector organisations provide a number of invaluable services for our elderly and vulnerable patients. Their work relies on local volunteers.

Not only is this an opportunity to help your community but research shows voluntary work can benefit your physical and mental health too!

Please do come along to find out more about local opportunities. There will be no pressure or obligation to make a commitment.

Self Management Course

Control your condition, don't let it control you.

Self Management UK are facilitating a course at Elm Lodge Surgery for patients with Long Term Conditions.

To book your free place or find our more please call 0800 988 5560 or email

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