Flu, Covid and other vaccinations

Flu vaccinations

Flu vaccination appointments are available to book.

All eligible patients should have received a link to enable them to book an appointment.

If you are not sure, or haven’t received a message – please contact reception.

Covid-19 vaccinations

Covid Spring Vaccination programme

These can now be booked via the National Booking Service (online Book, cancel or change a COVID-19 vaccination appointment – NHS (www.nhs.uk); or by calling 119

The main vaccination site for all NWS GP’s is  The Hythe Centre (Thorpe Road, Staines-upon-Thames TW18 3HD)

The Federation will also be using Fort House Surgery to run some pop-up clinics. These are not being run by practice

These are for all patients over 75, and immunosuppressed patients over the age of 18.  Please note this service is available to a number of GP practices in the area.

These will be on a walk-in basis and will  run on the following dates

27th April  9-1

4th May 9-1

11th May 9-1

18th May 9-1


Shingles vaccinations

A vaccine to prevent shingles, a common, painful skin disease, is available on the NHS.

You can find out more about the shingles vaccine and if you are eligible on the NHS website.

You’ll be contacted by your GP surgery when you become eligible for the vaccine.

Pneumococcal vaccine

The pneumococcal vaccine helps protect against serious illnesses like pneumonia and meningitis. It’s recommended for people at higher risk of these illnesses, such as babies and adults aged 65 and over.

Information about the Pneumococcal vaccine and if you are eligible for a vaccine can be found on the NHS website.

Date published: 8th February, 2021
Date last updated: 16th April, 2024