Vaccinations – Covid and Flu

We provide FREE Covid-19 booster and flu vaccinations in accordance with the eligibility criteria recommended by the government.  We contact eligible patients by text message and/or letter to book an appointment at one of vaccination clinics which take place on various days of the week, including Saturdays.

Spring 2024 Covid booster update

From mid-April until June 2024, we will administer free Spring Covid Booster vaccinations to eligible patients. If you are eligible, we will send you a text, email or a letter depending on how you have told us we can contact you. We politely ask for you to wait until Wednesday 17th April before contacting us if you have not heard from us and think you should have.

New Covid vaccination centre locations

Vaccination clinics will be in our Jubilee, Highlands and Whiteley surgeries (not Fareham Community Hospital). We are pleased to make this change following patient feedback. Clinics in our surgeries will start from 22nd April and run on various dates until late June.

Who can receive a Spring 2024 Covid booster vaccination?

The government determines who is eligible to receive a Covid vaccination. We will contact you directly if you are:

  • aged 75 years and over
  • aged over 6 months and immunosuppressed*
  • are housebound or live in a residential care home for older adults.

* What is meant by “immunosuppression

Immunosuppression means you have a “severely weakened” immune system due to a particular health condition or because you are on medication or treatment that suppresses your immune system. Further guidance for people who are immunosuppressed:

Patients with asthma will not usually be eligible to receive this Spring booster vaccination

A small number of patients who have received high dose steroids (equivalent to more than 40mg prednisolone per day for more than a week) for any reason in the month before vaccination may qualify. 


Housebound patients and patients living in residential care homes for older adults

We will arrange to visit patients who are housebound or in a residential care home for older adults from 15th April.

How to book your vaccination

If we know you are eligible, we will send you a text, email or a letter depending on how you have told us we can contact you. We politely ask for you to wait until Wednesday 17th April before contacting us if you have not heard from us and think you should have. You can then contact us using this form.

If you have been offered a vaccination you do not want

If you have decided you do not wish to receive the Covid booster vaccination, please let us know using this form.


If you have a child aged 6 months – 4 years who has a weakened immune system

We are waiting further guidance about Covid vaccinations for this age group of patients. If your child is eligible to receive the Covid booster, you will be contacted with details of how to obtain a vaccination.

If you have a child aged 5 years – 11 years who has weakened immune system

If your child is eligible to receive the Covid booster, we will offer you the opportunity to attend a dedicated children’s booster clinic on a date to be advised.

If you have a young person aged 12 years – 17 years who has weakened immune system

If the young person is eligible to receive the Covid booster, we will offer you the opportunity to attend a dedicated booster clinic on a date to be advised.

If you or your dependant is aged 18 years – 74 years and has a weakened immune system

If they are eligible to receive the Covid booster, we will contact them. We politely ask for you to wait until Wednesday 17th April before contacting us if you have not heard from us and think you should have. You can then contact us using this form.