Workplace Flu Jabs
Due to huge demand, we have sold out flu vaccines for the 2023 season.
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Why Choose Us?
Choose Doctorcall for Company Flu Jab Services: Your Trusted Partner in Vaccination.
Price Match GuaranteeWe aim to beat any genuine written quote for workplace flu jabs. if you have a quotation from somebody else, let us know.
Vegan/low-allergy vaccineExclusive to Doctorcall on-site clinics, the vaccine is recombinant which means that it’s grown in cells (rather than eggs) making it safe for those with allergies and specific lifestyle requirements.
We do everything for youWe come to you, so there is no need to send your employees off-site for their flu jabs. We help you communicate the programme to your staff; deliver everything that is required; and remove all waste at the end of the programme. All you need to do is to book the date.
Directly employed nursesOur extensive network of directly employed nurses means you can be confident that your on-site flu clinic will start on time and be managed by an experienced, friendly, DBS-checked Doctorcall nurse.
ExperienceWe provide flu jabs to more than 700 businesses nationwide, vaccinating their staff against seasonal influenza. We were the the first medical provider to work with major organisations like ASDA, Tesco, Superdrug etc.
Eco packagingThe wool insulation is certified compostable and biodegradable, releasing valuable nitrates back into the soil. The material has enabled us to hold our cold chain for a maximum of 96 hours.
Depending on your location, we may occasionally suggest some dates or times based on nurse availability and other factors.
There may be extra charges for out-of-hours clinics (such as overnight, weekends and bank holidays etc.).
Doctorcall covers all of Great Britain, but availability in some outlying areas (including, but not limited to, some islands and The Scottish Highlands) may be limited, not possible or subject to a surcharge. If you contact us we can give you an accurate idea of availability in your area.
Call the Flu Team on 0344 257 0644
Company flu jabs make sense for any organisation
Boost productivity, reduce absenteeism, and protect your workforce with flu jabs for your organisation. Stay ahead of the flu season and ensure a healthier workplace environment. Invest in the well-being of your employees and the success of your business.
Company flu jabs are a smart investment for any organisation. Studies have proven their effectiveness in reducing absenteeism, making them a cost-effective solution that pays for itself in an average year.
Furthermore, these flu jabs play a crucial role in your disaster recovery and pandemic contingency planning. By safeguarding your organisation and services, they help prevent significant disruptions. Offering influenza vaccination demonstrates your commitment to staff welfare and serves as a popular employee benefit, ensuring duty of care.
Doctorcall specialises in providing cost-effective flu jabs tailored to businesses of all sizes. Don’t miss out on securing your Winter 2023 workplace flu vaccinations.
Our vaccination program begins in the Autumn, and dates are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. As the sole provider of vegan vaccinations at your offices, we ensure inclusivity and accommodate diverse dietary needs.
Contact us today to request a quotation and check availability.
Take proactive steps towards a healthier and more productive workplace with Doctorcall’s Corporate Flu Jabs.
Doctorcall Flu Clinic Resources
Download our resources to help promote your Doctorcall onsite flu clinics.
5 benefits of flu vaccinations.pdfA4 poster to encourage your team to get vaccinated against flu this winter. Download
Help fight the flu.pdfA4 poster to promote your flu clinic dates, locations and contact details. Download
Frequently Asked Questions.pdfUse these when promoting flu vaccinations to your team. Download
Influenza UK StatisticsDownload
Flu Vaccination FAQ
Why is it important to get vaccinated for influenza or flu?
The complications from influenza or flu can cause several illnesses and in extreme cases death. It is important to get vaccinated every year as new variants and strains will be circulating that may be immune to previous vaccinations.
Having a flu vaccination helps prevent and reduce symptoms.
Why do we have the flu vaccine every year?
The flu virus changes every year. Hence, the composition of the vaccine is changed every year. Also, the protection of the flu vaccine will reduce over time. In order to accommodate the strains, it is important to get a flu jab every year.
Will the flu vaccine give you flu?
Flu vaccination is not a live vaccine, which means that it is not a small dose of flu to help your immune system build its defences. It acts like a blocker to prevent the influenza virus from attaching itself to your cells.
When you get vaccinated, it will take 10-14 days to give you the protection. Some people may get side effects but these usually only last for around 24 hours.
It is certain that the flu vaccine will not give you flu.
What are the main side effects of flu vaccine?
Some people might have side effects from the flu vaccine. The main side effect is a sore arm at the injection site and can be treated with standard painkillers like Paracetamol or Aspirin.
Why should I have the flu vaccine if I have never had the flu?
Getting vaccinated for the flu helps to prevent you from getting the flu and reduces the symptoms should you become infected. With the complications that influenza can cause, it helps to reduce the risk of everybody coming into contact with you.
Every person that has a flu vaccination reduces the risk to everyone they come into contact with. If you are incubating the flu virus, you have the potential to spread it to other people, including those who are vulnerable or young, causing prolonged medical complications and issues for them.
I’ve recently had a flu, should I still have a flu vaccination? And how long should I wait after I’m over the flu to get vaccinated?
It is still recommended to get the flu vaccination if you have recently recovered from influenza. It will take 10-14 days to get a good immune response from the flu vaccine, so as soon as you have no fever and are feeling healthy, you should get the flu jab.