This year has been tough and we have all faced unprecedented challenges. We have all had to change our lives and work together to help protect each other and the NHS. We need your help and cooperation again to help us safely offer flu vaccinations to those patients who are eligible, without increasing the risk to patients and our staff.
This year’s flu vaccination campaign requires a great deal of advanced planning, as we have had to assume that there will be Coronavirus still circulating in our communities. We kindly ask that you carefully read the information below:
- If multiple members of the household (those you live with) are eligible for a flu vaccination please book to come for the vaccination at the same time so you can queue and be seen as a bubble.
- As with all our appointments at the surgery, you will need to wear as face covering or mask when you enter the building.
- You will be asked to confirm you name with a member of the reception when you enter the building and directed to a marker to wait by a vaccination table.
- As with all our appointments, we kindly ask that you do not arrive early or late to your appointment, as we have very limited capacity in our waiting room.
- We also kindly ask, that only those invited for flu vaccination attend with you or you attend your appointment alone (unless you have a carer or are a child), for the reasons mentioned above.
- We ask that your wear appropriate clothing for your appointment. We ask that you wear a top that is sleeveless ideally or can be easily rolled up, so that your arm is accessible to our nursing team for vaccination and we don’t have any unnecessary delays in the appointment.
- We will offer privacy for those that are unable to expose their arms due to religious beliefs.
Our Flu Clinic days are: (Starting week commencing 14th September)
Monday from 2pm
Tuesday from 9am
Wednesday from 2pm
Friday from 2pm
Please telephone the surgery between 11am and 5pm to book an appointment on one of these dates.
We thank you for your cooperation and support during these difficult times. (Interpreters will be available on site when needed)
Darnall Primary Care Centre