If you are in any of the At Risk groups, the Scottish Government will contact you to remind you of the importance of flu. If you have not received a letter, this indicates that you are not identified as part of an At Risk groups.
We are working closely with the local Health Care Teams in the North East to offer the flu vaccination to those who are most at risk.
Patients between 18-64 identified as At Risk will receive a text message from us advising you to make an appointment. Call 0141 778 2717 or by send your request via askmyGP on our website. If using askmyGP, please let us know your preferred day time.
Patients who are 65+ will be contacted directly by the Community Clinics who will provide information about obtaining your vaccine.
Practice and Community clinics will be commencing in early October.
Our first clinic is on Saturday 3rd October (AM) with Monday and Wednesday evening availability throughout October.
Flu Vaccines this year are by appointment only. We cannot accept patient who turn up without a slot.
At your appointment –
Do not attend if you have symptoms of COVID19 – Temperature, New persistent cough, loss of the sense of taste or smell
We do not require you to sign a paper consent form. By making and attending your appointment, you are giving consent
Attend at the allocated appointment time
We are unable to provide waiting room facilities inside which may result in a short queue outside. Please be aware of the weather conditions, remember the 2m social distancing rule and wear your mask
Short sleeves and a jacket that can be easily removed are helpful
Organising delivery of a program of this size is complex. Our primary aim is to maintain the safety of Patients and Staff and adhere to social distancing guidelines – Please be patient and play your part
Secondary Care and Pharmacists provide vaccines for those who are not in an At Risk group for a small fee.