Crich Medical Practice, Oakwell Drive, Crich, Matlock DE4 5PB
Telephone: 01773 852966
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See our other Locations
South Wingfield Surgery, Inns Lane, South Wingfield, Alfreton DE55 7LW | Telephone: 01773 833086
Holloway Surgery, Mill Lane, Holloway, Matlock DE4 5AQ | Telephone: 01629 534763
Measles Phlebotomy Service Shingles Vaccination PCN Patient Newsletter Support getting to vaccination and screening appointments Patient access to records online The Medicine Order Line Staff Training 2023/24
If you think you may have measles please arrange a telephone appointment with a clinician do not visit the surgery.
The earliest signs of measles infection include:
After several days, a rash appears, usually on the face and upper neck. The rash spreads, eventually reaching the hands and feet and lasts 5 to 6 days before fading. Measles is commonly
confused with other infections that can lead to a rash.
All children aged one year to 3 years 4 months should be offered the vaccine as part of their routine vaccinations at their GP surgery.
Older children and adults should contact their GP practice if they have had one or no doses of the vaccine.
Pregnant women can have the vaccine at their GP surgery after their baby is born if they don’t have 2 documented doses.