Inverclyde HSCP Flu Vaccination Programme

This year’s flu vaccination campaign is unprecedented in both its scale and the challenges it has on our health care system due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. This had led to changes in the way we have to deliver the flu programme this year.
60-64 years flu vaccine

The flu vaccine programme is now being made available to anyone in the 60-64 years age group. This includes those who will turn 60 by the 31 March 2021.

Letters are on their way to people in this category explaining what to do next.

The vaccine will be made available at Greenock Town Hall over a two-week period, from Monday (7 December) until Friday 18 December. These are drop-in sessions so there is no need to pre-book a slot.

HSCP staff will be on hand throughout each day, with some late night sessions too. It is important that people bring their letter with them. However, if it has not arrived by Monday (7 December) and people wish to attend that day, they can do so.

People are being urged to adhere to the social-distancing guidelines in and around the town hall. If there is a queue, they are being asked to consider returning at a different time or later in the week.

Anyone in this age group who is housebound, arrangements can be made for a flu vaccine at home. Please phone 0800 767 6699 for more information.

The vaccine will be available in Greenock Town Hall during the following hours in December:

Date Time
Monday 7th December 2020 9.15am – 7.30pm
Tuesday 8th December 2020 9.15am – 7.30pm
Wednesday 9th December 2020 Closed
Thursday 10th December 2020  9.15am – 7.30pm
Friday 11th December 2020   9.15am – 4.30pm
Saturday 12th December 2020 9.15am – 4.30pm
Monday 14th December 2020   9.15am – 7.30pm
Tuesday 15th December 2020 9.15am – 7.30pm
Wednesday 16th December 2020   Closed
Thursday 17th December 2020 9.15am – 7.30pm
Friday 18th December 2020 9.15am – 4.30pm

For more information or advice, please visit or phone 0800 22 44 88.