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Corporate Flu Vaccinations

Keep your team safe, reduce staff absences & maximise productivity

DAM Health now offer a Flu Vaccination Package for your workplace, which allows you to keep your whole team safe during flu season. Flu vaccination is recommended by the NHS and directed by the World Health Organisation to help prevent the spread of flu. We highly recommend you get the flu vaccination, as due to the COVID-19 breakout and national lockdowns, people have built up less natural immunity to the virus.

It is more important than ever to get the flu vaccine if you can, particularly as we now have the added complication of COVID-19, which is very likely to co-circulate alongside the seasonal influenza virus during the winter months. Reduce staff illnesses and protect your staff with our workplace flu vaccination package.

What we can offer

We provide both the QIVe and QIVr Quadrivalent Influenza Vaccines for the prevention of influenza disease caused by the two influenza A virus subtypes and the two influenza B virus types. These are contained in the vaccines for active immunisation of adults, including pregnant women, as well as children from six months of age and older and for passive protection of infants from birth to less than six months of age following vaccination of pregnant women.

How does it work

Step 1

Fill in the contact form below and send it over to our team

Step 2

Our team will reach out to you to arrange a call to finalise pricing at a time to suit your team.

Step 3

We send you a token for each employee you have listed in your enquiry, or we can arrange for a nurse to come to your workplace to administer the vaccines at a time that suits you.

Step 4

Each employee can either use their unique token to book their flu vaccine appointment at our clinic, or they can get their vaccine administered at work by our registered nurse, depending on what option you choose.

Contact our team

Frequently Asked Questions

How do flu vaccines work?
Flu vaccines cause antibodies to develop in the body about two weeks after vaccination. These antibodies protect against infection with circulating influenza viruses. Seasonal flu vaccines are designed to protect against the influenza viruses that research indicates will be most common during the upcoming season.
Who should be vaccinated?
Everyone six months and older should get the influenza (flu) vaccine every season, with rare exceptions. Vaccination to prevent flu and its potentially serious complications is vital for people at higher risk of developing severe flu complications.
Who should not be vaccinated?
Everyone six months and older should get the influenza (flu) vaccine every season, with rare exceptions. Vaccination to prevent flu and its potentially serious complications is vital for people at higher risk of developing severe flu complications.
When should I get vaccinated?

It’s best to be vaccinated before the flu spreads in your community. September and October are generally good times to be vaccinated against the flu. Ideally, everyone should be vaccinated by the end of October. However, even if you cannot get vaccinated until November or later, vaccination is still recommended because flu most commonly peaks in February and significant activity can continue into May.

How effective is the seasonal flu vaccine?

Influenza (flu) vaccine effectiveness (VE) can vary. The protection provided by a flu vaccine varies from season to season, and depends in part on the age and health status of the person getting the vaccine and the similarity or “match” between the viruses in the vaccine and those in circulation.

During years when the flu vaccine match is good, it is possible to measure substantial benefits from flu vaccination in terms of preventing flu illness and complications. However, the benefits of flu vaccination will still vary, depending on the characteristics of the person being vaccinated (for example, their health and age), what influenza viruses are circulating that season and, potentially, which type of flu vaccine was used.

What are the side effects that could occur?
Common side effects from a flu vaccine include soreness, redness, and/or swelling where the vaccine was given, headache (low grade), fever, nausea, muscle aches, and fatigue. The flu vaccine, like other injections, can occasionally cause fainting.
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