Flu Vaccination Clinics
(by appointment only – please phone the surgery to book 01862 810213)
The clinics below are for the over 65s and those in the at risk groups only (chronic disease, health care workers/carers).
Saturday 10th October – Dornoch Health Centre
Tuesday 13th October – Dornoch Fire Station (drive through)
Saturday 23rd October – Dornoch Health Centre
(More dates to follow)
Please do not attend early or late for your appointment. We have allocated a strict number of patients per period to ensure that social distancing is maintained. If you are late you may be asked to reschedule.
Please wear a mask if possible and have easy access to your arm. If you have any COVID symptoms on the day please do not attend. Also do not attend if you have a bad cold, chest infection or feel unwell.
Children 2 years to 5 years (if not in school) – please contact the surgery
Pregnant women – please speak to your midwife
55 years to 64 years (not in an at risk group) – further information to follow (it is hoped to vaccinate this age group in December 2020)
Due to the current pandemic we are doing most consultations by telephone or video. If we ask you to come to the surgery we will be wearing personal protective equipment including mask, gloves, eye protection and apron. You should also wear a face covering when coming to the surgery. A fabric mask is acceptable.
There is a video here which is useful to help explain the protective equipment to children.
Public Access Defibrillator
There is a defibrillator in a cabinet on the front wall of the surgery. Available 24 hours per day.
Other Defibrillators are available at:
Mitchell’s chemist. This is the defibrillator normally at the Castle but due to the pandemic this has been relocated to make it more accessible.
Royal Dornoch Golf Club - during opening hours, accessed via reception
Embo Hub (The old School house) - outside main entrance, available 24 hours per day.
Clashmore Hall. Available 24 hours per day.
Defibrillators are simple to use and lifesaving. Please remember to call 999 for an ambulance to ensure help is on the way.
(Site updated 23/09/2020)