Vaccinations for Flu
This year, Academy Medical Centre patients will be offered their flu vaccinations at Whitehills Health and Community Centre at the following times.
Please note, families with different surnames can attend together at one of their sessions and all will be seen.
Clinics for Academy Medical Centre patients will be held on:
|Saturday 5 October||8am to 12:30pm||Surnames A-C|
|Saturday 5 October||1pm to 6pm||Surnames D-F|
|Saturday 19 October||8am to 12:30pm||Surnames G-L|
|Saturday 19 October||1pm to 6pm||Surnames M|
|Wednesday 30 October||6pm to 9pm||Surnames T-Z|
|Saturday 2 November||8am to 12:30pm||Surnames N-Q|
|Saturday 2 November||1pm to 6pm||Surnames R-S|
|Saturday 23 November||8am to 6pm||Anyone*|
|Saturday 18 January||8am to 12pm||Anyone*|
* These are the alternative dates for those who cannot attend their designated clinic.
Please note that you will not be able to get your flu or shingles vaccine from any of the Forfar GP Practices this year.
Those eligible for shingles vaccination can have this at the same time as your flu vaccination.
Flu is much worse than a bad cold, it can be life-threatening. The flu vaccine is the safest, most effective way to protect yourself from flu. Find out the facts about flu, including who is eligible for vaccination.