Flu Campaign 2022/2023
Update: 19th October 2022
Fernville is running a final catch-up flu clinic for any eligible patients (including pregnant women) that have not yet received their flu vaccination on:
- Saturday, 5th November between 08:00 – 12:45pm. Please pop along- no appointment required.
If you are unable to make this session, please go to your local pharmacy for your FREE vaccine.
We are running various sessions throughout the week for all 2–3-year-olds and ‘at-risk’ under 18s. Or pop along on:
- Saturday, 5th November between 08:00 – 12:45pm.
All other children will be vaccinated via the school immunisation team.
If your child misses their school vaccine, please contact 01462 341173 email email@example.com or 0300 555 5055 Option 1 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Please continue to check here for further updates.
Watch our video to see how ran our new socially distanced flu campaign this year.
Watch our video here:
This year our car park will be closed to all patients for safety and social distancing reasons. Please ensure you plan your journey and alternative parking arrangements in advance.
Do not block the private supermarket road outside the surgery.
Please try to attend alone, unless you require a carer to assist you.
Do not bring pushchairs and extended family members or friends as we will be asking them to wait outside.
Do Not Attend If You Have
- A new and continuous cough.
- A change/loss to your taste and smell.
- A high temperature.
- You or your household are currently isolating.
Wear Suitable Clothing
Please wear clothes which will make it easy for you to expose one of your shoulders.
Vaccinations will be taking place in the waiting room and not in the privacy of consulting rooms.
All patients will be asked to queue in the outside covered car park.
Marshals will be directing a steady flow of patients through the building, following a one-way system.
Face coverings should be worn at all times whilst in the building.
Do not wear surgical style gloves. You will be asked to use hand sanitiser gel on bare hands upon entry and exit of building.