NHS CLINICS

The administering of the flu vaccine this year will be very different. Vaccinations will start from 01/10/2020 and will be arranged and given via NHS Lanarkshire. All eligible patients will be sent a letter from NHS Lanarkshire with an appointment date and time when to attend. All patients eligible will be sent a letter for an appointment.

If the appointment time you are allocated is not suitable, you should NOT phone the Practice, but phone the Referrals Line on 01698 687456 to reschedule.

What’s happening in Lanarkshire?

Due to the number of people to be vaccinated, appointments will be allocated at local community clinics. These include both health and non-health premises.

Cohort and Timescale to be vaccinated

2 to 5 years (not yet in school) - October and November

Everyone aged under 65 at risk  - October and November via Nhs Clinics

Everyone aged 65 and over - October and November

People who have been shielding and members of their households - December

55 to 64 years (who are not otherwise eligible, if vaccine supplies allow)-December

Pregnant women  - At their midwife appointment

Primary school children - At school

NHS staff and social care staff with direct patient care- Through their workplace

 

If you get an invite but I’ve lost it and can’t remember when or when my appointment is?

Don’t worry. You can call 01698 687456 (Monday to Thursday, 8am to 5pm and Friday 8am to 4.15pm) and they will be able to help you.

For further information please see www.immunisationscotland.org.uk or www.wellwyndpractice.co.uk

 

Please see our self-help information in our Help and Advice section for useful information on the management of minor illness. 

 

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