Willerby Surgery Flu Season 2021-2022

 Please contact Reception to book your appointment

FLU Vaccination dates are as follows


Dates from October through to end December are now completed

The next available clinic is to book to is WEDNESDAY 05 January 2022

For CHILD Nasal vaccine ONLY - please phone for dates -

NOTE: We are sorry for any inconvenience on late dates but this has been entirely out of our control as the supply of vaccines this year has been severely disrupted and managed centrally rather then by ourselves. 

Housebound & Residential Care Home patients have been completed.

General information :

The government strongly advises that everyone who is eligible for a free vaccination takes up the offer to avoid widespread flu outbreaks while we continue to deal with the Coronavirus. It is everyone's responsibility to be vaccinated, not only to protect them from illness, but also to protect others by not spreading the flu virus in the community, which in turn protects the NHS as a whole.

Within the Willerby & Swanland Practices, we have been working together on detailed planning with an aim to ensuring that there is a smooth delivery of the vaccine to the patients most at risk of flu, and also endeavouring to ensure that we have sufficient stocks available within the locality.

We have been discussing and planning how to do this with the additional safety measures required due to the challenges of COVID-19 such as social distancing; infection control and PPE requirements.

With sufficient detailed planning and preparation, the aim is to mitigate risks and deliver an effective and timely vaccination programmes to protect our eligible and at-risk patients. Starting with batches being delivered in late September/ Early October and continuing with deliveries well into November. Therefore, all our clinics will need to follow this phasing delivery path.

This year's season (2021/2022) we are delivering our flu vaccine programme to an expanded range of patients. These included :

  • Those aged 6 months to under 50 years in clinical risk groups

  • Pregnant women

  • Those aged 50 years and over

  • Those in long-stay residential care homes

  • Carers

  • Close contacts of immunocompromised individuals

  • Frontline health and social care staff employed by:

    • a registered residential care or nursing home

    • registered domiciliary care provider

    • a voluntary managed hospice provider

  • All children aged 2 and 3 years

  • Parents of any child at risk from influenza because of an underlying medical condition can choose to receive influenza vaccination in general practice, especially if the parent does not want their child to have to wait for the school vaccination session 

Until we are sure of what coronavirus restrictions might be in place we would ask of our patients:

When travelling to and from your appointment, please follow guidelines which include travelling on foot if possible and keeping a safe distance from others.

Additionally you will need to follow these guidelines:

· Observe Social distancing measures

· Wear a mask or suitable face covering. Our clinicians will be dressed in appropriate PPE as well.

· Arrive on time for your appointment, but not early to allow us time in between appointments so that we can       follow infection control procedures.

· Leave promptly by directed routes to reduce waiting and queuing.

· Do not attend if you are feeling unwell in any way.

 ALSO please ensure you wear clothes which allow easy access to your chosen arm for injection and take your  coat off on entry to the practice in anticipation

Patients who wait for us to contact them will. in due course, be invited - but the volume of work involved in calling patients may mean a delayed vaccination - it will be enormously helpful to you and to us if you get in touch with us as soon as we notify that we have clinics available