Flu Jab Vaccination

The Official NHS flu vaccine

Flu Jabs

Protect yourself and your loved ones this winter season against flu with our private and NHS flu jab services. The flu vaccination service runs between September and March.

Why get a flu jab?

Flu is a contagious viral disease that can spread by coughing, sneezing or touching contaminated surfaces or people. Stay healthy and protect your friends, family and work colleagues by getting vaccinated. Last year community pharmacies administered over 1 million flu jabs in the UK. One of our pharmacists will carry out a consultation to ensure that the flu jab is safe and appropriate for you. You may ask any questions that you might have about flu vaccinations during this consultation.

Free NHS flu jabs

Flu can be serious in some patient groups as it can lead to further complications. The NHS free flu jab service provides free flu vaccination to specific patient groups. Our pharmacists will check your eligibility for the free flu vaccination during your consultation. If you are not eligible for the free NHS flu jab, you can get the private flu jab at a very competitive price at our pharmacy. This NHS service is available to everyone resident in the UK, especially locally in Staines, Ashford, Stanwell, Shepperton, Feltham, Egham, Chertsey, Weybridge.
Book in for your flu jab using the buttons below. Please note, due to high demand for the vaccine, there is a possibility we run out of vaccine just before your appointment. We apologise if this happens to you. The booking does not guarantee you receive a vaccine.

At Risk Groups and all 50-64yr olds

The Influenza jab is FREE for:

  • All over 50yr olds and under 50's with...

  • Chronic respiratory disease; asthma, COPD or bronchitis requiring a steroid inhaler

  • Chronic heart disease; such as heart failure

  • Chronic kidney diseaseat stage 3, 4 or 5

  • Chronic liver disease

  • Chronic neurological diseasee.g. Parkinson's disease, motor neurone disease

  • Diabetes

  • Immunosuppression e.g. due to disease such as HIV/AIDS or treatments such as chemotherapy Asplenia or splenic dysfunction

  • Pregnant woman

  • Morbid obesity BMI 40 or above

  • Learning disability

  • Person in long-stay residential care home/care facilityDoes not include prisons, young offender institutions or halls of residence

  • Carer including persons in receipt of carer's allowance and those who are the main carer of an older or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if the carer falls ill

  • Health and social care workers employed through Direct Payment of Personal Health Budgetto deliver domiciliary care to patients and service users

  • Social care workers

  • Health and social care staff employed by a registered residential care/nursing home or registered domiciliary care provider, who are directly involved in the care of vulnerable patients/clients who are at increased risk from exposure

  • Household contact of immunocompromised individualSpecifically individuals who expect to share living accommodation with an immunocompromised individual on most days

  • Household contact of Shielded Patient Specifically individuals who expect to share living accommodation with a person on the NHS Shielded Patient list on most days

  • Hospice worker