Protect your workforce by pre-booking your flu vaccines for 2021. Flu jabs are available at our health clinic in Hinckley, Leicestershire. Alternatively, flu vaccinations can be provided at your workplace.
There are two options for booking flu vaccinations through HealthScreen UK:
Flu Jabs At Our Clinic:
Don’t have space for us to visit you? Prefer vaccinations off-site?
Then contact the HealthScreenUK Team to book you and your staff flu vaccinations.
Fast access from the M69, M6 and A5 to our clinic in Hinckley, Leicestershire.
Flu Jabs At Your Workplace:
Don’t have time to visit us? Prefer on-site flu vaccinations?
We can travel to your business premises to administer the flu vaccine and reduce disruption to your workforce.
A private room on site is required.
Our trained nurse will attend your premises to administer the flu vaccines for your workforce.
Just contact the HealthScreenUK Team to book you and your staff flu vaccinations.
What are the benefits to providing the flu vaccine to my workforce?
✔ Reduces staff absence
✔ Protects your employees
✔ Happier and healthier workforce
When should I get vaccinated?
The flu season runs from September to March every year. You can get your flu vaccination at any time during this period. We recommend you get vaccinated as early as possible to develop immunity and reduce your chance of catching the flu.
The flu jab is administered on an annual basis. This is due to continuous modifications to the vaccine to ensure protection against the current strain of the virus.
If I have already had the flu, do I still need the flu vaccine?
There are different strains of flu in circulation every year and the vaccination can reduce your chances of getting a different strain of flu, even if you have already had one strain.
Flu symptoms can include:
- A high temperature of 38C or above
- An aching body
- Feeling tired or exhausted
- A dry cough
- A sore throat
- A headache
- Difficulty sleeping
- Loss of appetite
- Diarrhea or stomach pain
- Feeling sick and being sick
The vaccine is administered by fully trained nurses via an injection in the upper arm and offers a level of protection against the most current strain of the flu virus.
You may experience some redness, swelling and pain where the flu injection is administered. The flu jab can also cause short-term side effects such as mild flu-like symptoms. However, it is an inactive vaccine, so cannot give you the flu, so no need to panic. It is advisable to drink plenty of water if you feel dehydrated. The symptoms tend to improve within 7 days, but if you’re worried your symptoms are not improving, please seek medical advice.
The symptoms are short term and the benefits are long term – Book today on 01455 243700
On a first come first served basis only – pre-book today and get your discount!