This year Wistaria and Milford Surgeries will be undertaking a similar system to last year for our Flu clinics. Like last year appointments should ideally be booked online via the NHS app or Patient Access app, we will also be taking bookings by phone. Unfortunately, we are not able to use the booking system used for COVID vaccinations.
- Over 50’s – booking now
- 18 and over with underlying medical problems – booking now
- Book online if possible (details below)
- Booking also available by phone Monday to Friday in the afternoons
How to book
Booking online where possible is recommended to avoid increased demand on our busy phonelines. You can book using the NHS app or by using Patient Access. If you currently use neither of these then we would recommend registering for the NHS app as this is a more streamlined process.
If you are unable to book online then you can phone the surgery but we would recommend waiting until late morning or the afternoon.
Flu vaccines given at Wistaria & Milford:
Given by community pharmacies:
as of 24/10/21
Attending a flu clinic
- You need a booked appointment, for some clinics you will be told a colour which you should try and remember
- Wear a face mask
- Stick with members of your household, you can enter the vaccination room together
- Remain 2 meters away from those from other households and follow the one-way route
- No walk ins
- Do not attend if you have a cough, fever or loss of taste or smell
- Please do not arrive early
Patient Information Leaflets – Read before you attend
We are unable to hand out laminated sheets with information about the vaccines. We would recommend you read the documents linked below before you attend. Click on the button appropriate to you. These options are for adults only.
How to receive a Flu vaccination while social distancing
When you attend for a Flu vaccination you must have a booked appointment. You must wear a face covering unless you have a medical reason not to. You will find the following markers outside and inside to try and ensure you stay 2 meters away from anyone from another household. If you are attending with someone else from your household you should stay close together and move as one unit. Your temperature will be checked on arrival and if raised you will not be able to have the vaccine. Those giving your vaccine will be wearing a face mask but based on recent guidance they will not be wearing gloves or an apron but will be using alcohol gel on their hands between each patient. There will be a one way system at both practices.