The flu vaccine is a safe and effective vaccine and is offered every year to help protect people at risk of getting seriously ill from flu. The best time to have the flu vaccine is in the autumn or early winter before flu starts spreading.
We are encouraging eligible groups to have their free flu vaccination this winter. This includes pregnant women, over 50 years, children aged up to 15 years old, adults with underlying health conditions, carers and close contacts of immunocompromised individuals. You can find further details on eligibility to receive the flu vaccination here: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vaccinations/flu-influenza-vaccine/
Adult Flu Vaccinations
This year’s flu clinics will be taking place at the Practice throughout the week:
Tuesdays: 5.00pm – 7.00pm
Thursdays: 8.30am – 11.00am
Fridays: 1.30pm – 4.00pm
How to Book your flu vaccination appointment:
Please select the button above "Make an appointment online" which will take you to PatientAccess sign in page were you will be able to book a "Flu Appt". Alternativately, you can also call us on our main number: 0207 924 4413 and we will book the appointment for you on your chosen day.
What to expect at your FLU CLINIC vaccination appointment:
Please arrive 5 minutes before your appointment time, arriving too early may cause issues with queuing measures. Please report to reception who will guide you where to wait for your appointment.
You are required to wear a face mask at all times when entering the building. This will help us keep all our staff and patients safe in addition to social distancing measures.
Where possible please come alone unless you have to bring an elderly relative or someone needing help. You will be asked to remove all outer layers of clothing ie jackets/jumpers so that there is no delay having your flu jab.
Please note your appointment is for your flu vaccination only so please do not enquire about booking further appointments /prescriptions or any other queries you may have.
If you feel unwell after your vaccination please let a member of staff know before you leave. Please note that the flu vaccination cannot give you flu, however some people will have some mild side effects, please click or copy this link for more information https://bit.ly/3iMgRDK
We endeavour to deliver a safe and effective service to our patients having their flu vaccinations during the constraints that Covid-19 has placed upon us. Thank you for your co-operation.
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