Vaccination Clinics

The spring 2024 Covid vaccination campaign has recently been announced by NHS England. 

Eligible populations this season are:

  • Adults aged 75 years and over (including those who turn 75 years old by 30 June 2024)
  • Residents in care homes for older adults
  • Individuals aged 6 months and over who are immunosuppressed 

Eligible patients will be contacted by their GP surgery to come forward for their vaccination.  Alongside this, we are offering the opportunity to get vaccinated at our Talk Wellbeing Centre in Maylord Orchards, Hereford, or St Michael's Hospice in Bartestree. There are also opportunities available at some community pharmacies.

Please see below for further information and book your slot via the National Booking System.  

It is important that everyone who is eligible takes up the offer of a booster when it is available to protect themselves, their family and the people in their community. 

 

Pharmacy led vaccination clinics

The NHS community pharmacies listed below are offering spring booster vaccinations to eligible people.

These are not available as walk-ins, so please book via the National Booking System

 

 

Benjamins Pharmacy

The Community Hospital
Ross-on-Wye
HR9 5AD


Overview 

Hereford Pharmacy

Station Approach
Hereford
HR1 1BB


Overview

Bromyard Pharmacy

Now at Bromyard Public Hall
HR7 4DU


Overview

Day Lewis Pharmacy, Ledbury

2 Sear House
Ledbury
HR8 2AA


Overview

Leominster Pharmacy

21-23 West Street
Leominster
HR6 8EP


Overview 

Drugs 2 U Pharmacy

Unit 11, Evans Business Centre
Brunel Road
Leominster
HR6 0LX

Website 

Vaccinations for People with Learning Disabilities 

Herefordshire General Practice, Healthwatch Herefordshire and Herefordshire Health Checkers have worked together to develop a video that encourages people with learning disabilities to take up the opportunity to receive vaccinations, including for Covid19.

The video features members of Herefordshire Health Checkers and provides reassurance on some of the most common worries about vaccinations expressed by people with learning disabilities. 

The support available at surgeries for patients with learning disabilities is also outlined. This can include requesting reasonable adjustments such as quieter appointment times or bringing a trusted family member or friend with them to their appointment.

The Herefordshire Health Check Team says: 

"Going for a ... vaccination isn't easy for everyone and it can make people feel anxious, worried, scared and unsure of what to expect.

"We have put together (a) short film(s) to tell you more about ..... vaccinations so that you know more about them and what to expect from them and why it is so important to keep your body healthy."