How It Works

1. Book appointment online

Book your flu jab online

2. We’ll check your suitability

During your appointment one of our pharmacists will ask you a few questions to make sure the vaccine is right for you.

3. Get vaccinated

If suitable you’ll be given the vaccination in store.

Why is the flu vaccination important?

The flu can be serious for many people and can make you feel really poorly. If you’re not sure whether to get the flu vaccination or why you should get the flu jab again this year, perhaps the benefits will help change your mind.

The NHS flu jab is eligible for:

– Adults 50 and over
– People with certain medical conditions (including children in at-risk groups from 6 months of age)
– Pregnant women
– People living with someone who’s at high risk from coronavirus (on the NHS shielded patient list)
– Frontline health or social care workers

It is safe for most adults to receive the flu vaccine, but if you have experienced a serious allergic reaction to a flu vaccine in the past, you should avoid it.

If you have an egg allergy, you may experience an allergic reaction to the flu vaccine injection. The reason for this is that some flu vaccines are made with eggs.

We understand there may be times when you need to book for someone else, such as for care work or a family member.

If you need to book on behalf of another person, either get in touch with us or use the My Account section to setup a family member, and then you can book their appointment from there.

If you need to cancel your appointment with us, simply get in touch with us as soon as possible at least an hour before your appointment either via email or phone and we will cancel your appointment

Simply book yourself in for a vaccination at a date and time that suits you, then come and visit us at your appointment time to receive your vaccination in-store.