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Workplace Programme FAQs

Frequently asked questions about our workplace vaccination programmes

Employer FAQs
  • How do I arrange times for all my staff to get a flu vaccination?

    We can provide online tools to help organise your in-house flu vaccination programme: our online web based booking system allows your staff to easily and quickly book in, saving you time and keeping your internal costs to an absolute minimum. Whether you have ten staff, or ten thousand, a single location or a hundred, we’ll make everything as painless and simple as possible.

  • How do I get a quote?

    To request a quote from our dedicated flu team please follow this link: Request a quote. 

  • How many people can a nurse vaccinate per session?

    With careful advance planning, our vaccination nurse can vaccinate up to 25 people per hour.

  • How many people take up the flu vaccination?

    Workplace flu vaccination uptake can vary. Internal promotion and communication can make a big impact on likely numbers; motivation to avoid illness, and perception of current risk are also key factors. A good general guide to consider the total staff population, and estimate that between 25%-45% of that number would probably choose to be vaccinated.

  • What if I need to cancel our corporate flu vaccination session?

    Our work place cancellation charges are as follows:

    Over 24 hours notice of cancellation of nurse visit: No charge

    Between 12 & 24 hours notice of cancellation of nurse visit: £191.00

    Less than 12 hours notice of cancellation of nurse visit: £295.00

  • What if someone can’t attend on the day of our session?

    By prior arrangement, London-based staff are welcome to attend our Drop-in flu clinic at their convenience.

    If several people have missed out on being vaccinated, please contact us towards the end of the season, we may be able to offer a further visit at reduced cost.

  • What time of year should I organise my company’s flu vaccinations?

    Plan ahead and book the session as early as you feel able.

    For best protection, the optimal timing for vaccination is between September and early December, before flu viruses begin to circulate.

  • Why should I provide flu vaccinations for my staff?

    A flu outbreak in the workplace can cause an increase in absenteeism, which can result is a loss of productivity as well increasing the workload of any staff that do not succumb to infection. For large and small organisations alike, this can have a massive impact upon productivity and revenue. Workplace vaccinations are a great way of promoting health and wellbeing among your employees, and demonstrating a caring ethos.

    The benefits of vaccinating are:

    • Flu vaccinations improve the wellbeing of your employees, promoting job satisfaction and a positive work atmosphere.
    • Flu vaccinations reduce absenteeism
    • The greater the number of people who are vaccinated, the less potential there is for flu to spread through your workplace, among staff members families, and within the local community.
    • Annual seasonal flu vaccination is the best way to reduce the chances of becoming ill with flu.

    Work out how much the flu could cost your company here.

Walk-in Clinic FAQs
  • Do I need an appointment?

    No appointment is necessary 9am – 5pm Monday – through Friday.

  • Do I need to bring ID?

    If you are attending  our Drop-in clinic as part a company arrangement, please contact your HR manager to check the agreed form of identification that you will be asked to provide.

  • Do I need to pay for my flu jab on the day?

    If you are an individual, self-paying patient, you will need to pay for your jab on the day. If you are attending our Drop-in Clinic as part of a corporate agreement, we will normally invoice your company for the service.

  • How long is the average wait time?

    It should be no more than 5-10 minutes!

  • I can only attend after hours. What are my options?

    Check our website for details of any evening Drop-in clinics during the flu season.

    Apart from these special sessions, if you require vaccination after 5pm you will need to book an appointment to see the doctor or nurse; an additional appointment fee would then be payable.

  • What are your opening hours?

    During the flu season, our Drop-in service normally runs Monday through Friday 9am – 5pm.

Booking System FAQs

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