Due to COVID-19, the way our flu clinics will be a little different this year
All of our flu clinics have now finished. However, if you are eligible and are attending any of our sites for a pre-booked appointment with a GP, nurse or healthcare assistant, you will be offered the flu vaccine (subject to stock).
We are now able to offer flu vaccinations to 50-65 year olds. Clinic to be held on Saturday 12th December.
Flu clinics will be held at Waterlooville Health Centre, Dryden Close. Our priority is to keep you and our staff safe, adhering to social distancing guidelines and reducing your contact time at the surgery to an absolute minimum.
You must book your appointment. This can easily be done online by using the NHS App or Patient Access. By logging in to either of these, you will be able to see all available timed slots for a flu jab and can book. If you do not have access to the internet, please phone us to book. DO NOT come in to the surgery to book.
How do I book my appointment?
What if I don't use the NHS App or Patient Access?
Simply download the free NHS App on your smartphone. You can register without having to come in to the surgery and once logged in, you will be able to book. If you would prefer to use Patient Access, simply ask a receptionist for the required sign-up (PIN) document, which can be emailed to you.
Can I book my flu jab using your new 24/7 access to appointments system?
Our new 24/7 access system is primarily designed for booking appointments when you are ill or require clinical advice, giving us in-depth detail concerning your condition and your symptoms. It is not a service for browsing and booking available appointments. You cannot book your flu jab using this.
Can I book my flu jab over the phone?
Yes, although you may prefer to use the online booking system to avoid having to wait in the telephone queue.
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