To book in for a Flu Jab today please contact us via
Our Flu Line — 03000 856 6919
Phone Lines Open - 9AM-12PM & 2PM –4PM Monday to Friday
Do not call before or after the designated flu line time slots
Email — HEALTHY.Prestatyn@wales.nhs.uk
Online Bookings— Via My Health Online - To Register with My Health Online contact the surgery and we'll get you set
Visiting healthcare facilities during the flu season
-Flu can be serious for some people, especially pregnant women, older people, children and those with long-term health conditions. There is now a risk of it spreading in the community.
-Avoid visiting people who are at risk of developing complications if they catch flu.
-Please do not visit a hospital or a care home if you have flu-like symptoms.
-Please do not visit a hospital or a care home where cases of flu are suspected or confirmed, unless your visit is essential.
-If you are at risk because you are pregnant, aged 65 or over or a child, or if you have a long-term health condition, it is best not to visit a healthcare facility while flu is around.
-Please remember to clean your hands when you go into the ward or care home and again when leaving. This is extra important in the flu season.
-You may be asked to wear an apron, gloves and a surgical mask while visiting. You will be provided with these (and someone will have discussed this with you before your visit).
-Remove any apron, gloves and a surgical mask when you are ready to leave and put it in the waste bag provided in that area. Then remember to clean your hands.
-Don’t spread flu. You can help reduce the chances of spreading flu to others by catching your sneezes in a tissue, putting that tissue straight in the bin and then washing your hands. Catch it, bin it, kill it.
-Get vaccinated. The single best way to protect against catching or spreading flu is to have a flu vaccination each year. If you are in a risk group for flu and have not yet had a vaccination this winter, speak to your GP surgery or community pharmacy about getting your flu vaccine now
-Do the right thing. If you are in a risk group, or you are a carer or front line health or social care worker (someone who has a lot of contact with the public), find out about getting your flu vaccine as soon as possible to protect yourself and those you care for.