Vaccinations

Flu Vaccine

We offer ‘at risk’ groups the flu vaccine during late autumn each year to protect you against the flu virus. All eligible patients will be sent an invitation to attend one of our clinics.

The Flu Vaccination – gov.uk (PDF)

Which Flu Vaccine should children have? – gov.uk (PDF)

Flu Vaccine FAQ’s – NHS Choices

Children’s Flu Vaccine – NHS Choices

Flu and the Flu Vaccine – NHS Choices

Shingles Vaccine

Anyone aged 70 can have the shingles vaccine on the NHS. You become eligible for the vaccine from the first day of September after your 70th birthday for the following year.

You will be invited to attend a clinic at the surgery.

NHS Choices – Shingles vaccination

Meningitis ACWY

Younger teenagers (school year 9 or 10) will be offered the Men ACWY vaccine in school as part of the routine adolescent schools programme alongside the 3-in-1 teenage booster, and as a direct replacement for the Men C vaccination.

Students going to university or college for the first time, including overseas and mature students up to the age of 25, should contact their GP to have the Men ACWY vaccine, ideally before the start of or in the first few weeks of the academic year.

NHS Choices – Men C Vaccine

NHS Choices – 3-in-1 teenage booster

Meningitis B

A new vaccine to prevent meningitis is being offered to babies as part of the routine NHS childhood vaccination programme.

The Men B vaccine is recommended for babies aged 2 months, followed by a second dose at 4 months, and a booster at 12 months.

Find out more

Chickenpox (varicella) Vaccine

The chickenpox vaccine is not part of the routine childhood vaccination schedule. It is currently only offered on the NHS to people who are in close contact with someone who is particularly vulnerable to chickenpox or its complications.

NHS Choices – Chickenpox vaccine

Further information

For further information on all NHS vaccines, please visit:

NHS Choices – When to have vaccinations