Staff Flu Vaccination Programme 2018-2019
We care for you! We don’t want you to get flu
And there are lots of people you care about too...
This year we're aiming to maximise the flu vaccination uptake and participation amongst all NHSGGC staff.
We need you to be a flu hero this winter and do everything you can to keep your patients, colleagues, family and friends safe. We can all work together to reduce flu risks for everyone.
To help make it possible for all NHSGGC staff to quickly and easily get their flu vaccination this year:
- The mass vaccine clinics have now ended, please contact Occupational Health on 0141 201 0626 to arrange an appointment within one of our clinics. Appointments are available at the West Glasgow ACH, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Royal Alexandra Hospital and Inverclyde Royal Hospital.
- Remember to complete the online form.
1) At the end of the form when you click 'save' a pop-up box may appear saying 'You must not come to this page directly' please just click the 'ok' button and your form will be submitted
2) When completing the online form the system is not currently generating a reference number. Do not worry, this is not essential to getting your vaccine and your form will have been saved. Please attend your chosen session as normal)
3) Please note that the number for Occupational Health is 0141 201 0626 and not 0141 201 5811 if you require assistance. We apologise for this error in the system message generated by the online form.
- We’ll recruit more peer immunisers to help improve access for staff located on acute sites or community settings as well as those who work shift rotations (registration form available here).
- We’ll provide the most effective vaccine possible.
- Students and any staff 17 years old or younger should contact Occupational Health to arrange for their flu vaccination as this year there is a different, licensed vaccine to that for staff and students 18 and older. Peer Immunisers should also be aware to either administer the Sanofi to those students they know are 17 years or younger, or defer them to Occupational Health.
Staff flu vaccination programme
How we're doing so far...
Last updated 19 Dec 2018
You can infect others simply by breathing? You don’t have to cough or sneeze to spread the virus, it can spread from water vapour, every time you breathe.
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