Immunisations

Practice vaccination clinics

Our immunisation clinics include:

Routine childhood immunisations are administered by our practice nurses at both Denham and Aysgarth Medical Centres by appointment.

Vaccination information

The timetable of childhood immunisations and other information on vaccinations can be found under

We do recommend you review the frequently asked question “Why is it worth having vaccines throughout your life and why are they considered safe?”

We offer vaccinations to adults in line with the NHS timetable for vaccinations which can be found under

This includes all adults, those with underlying health conditions, pregnant women and students.

Flu clinic

Information on the practice flu vaccination service can found under

General information

For general information on flu vaccinations, see under

Practice travel clinic

Information on the practice travel clinic vaccinations can found under

General information

For general information on travel vaccinations, see under


Covid-19 immunisation programme

Any practice processes relating to Covid-19 can be found under

For general information on Covid-19 vaccinations, see under

Booking a covid vaccination

Denham Medical Centre is not offering the Covid-19 booster vaccine. However, there are other ways to arrange your vaccine:

You can call 119 free, and someone will help you book an appointment

Or, you can book online using the link :

Local pop-up clinics and offers can be found here, more dates added regularly:

Remember: If you are aged 75+, or are at high risk due to being immunosuppressed, you don’t have to wait for an NHS invite to book a Covid-19 spring booster vaccine: You can book now using the above telephone number and link.


Don't miss out - some commonly overlooked vaccination opportunities

Meningitis ACWY vaccine

Young teenagers, sixth formers and “fresher” students going to university for the first time are advised to have the vaccination to prevent meningitis and septicaemia, which can be deadly. There is more information from the NHS

Shingles (Herpes Zoster) vaccine

A vaccine to prevent shingles, a common, painful skin disease, is available on the NHS to people in their 70s. There is more information from the NHS

You’re eligible for the shingles vaccine if you are aged 70 to 79. If you are worried that you may miss out on the shingles vaccination, contact the GP surgery to arrange an appointment to have the vaccine.


Understand vaccinations

For detailed information on vaccinations, see under

This includes:

Why vaccines are safe and general information
Why is it worth having vaccines throughout your life and why are they considered safe?

Timetable of NHS vaccination (children and adults)
When are vaccines offered on the NHS (The timetable of NHS vaccinations)?

Children

  • How can you book your child’s vaccination appointment and what should you consider on the day of the vaccination?
  • What are the common childhood vaccines, why are they recommended and when are they offered?
  • What vaccines are offered to at risk babies and children?

Pregnant Women
What vaccines are offered to pregnant women and why are they offered?

Adults

  • What vaccines are offered to all adults, why are they recommended and when are they offered?
  • What vaccines are offered to people with underlying health conditions?

College and university students
What vaccines should college and university students check if they have previously had?


Videos and podcasts

On the videos and podcasts page there are links to some relevant videos and podcasts covering various topics relating to vaccinations

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