Flu & Covid Immunisations

17th Apr

Spring Covid Booster

Here is an update for the provision of the COVID Spring booster for Horsham residents. 


Spring Booster Vaccine site is now being held at the new venue  Bohunt School Sports Hall, Bailey Road, Horsham, RH12 6AP.

The programme runs from 15th April - 30th June. and will be offered on Sundays initially. 

This is for all patients aged 75 and over (included those turning 75 by the end of June) and for patients aged 5-74 who are recorded as immunosuppressed. 


There is ample parking for patients and support for patients with limited mobility to receive the vaccine in the Car Park. If you need assistance with transport please call 01403 754206.

For more information about the Spring Booster programme visit https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/covid-19/covid-19-vaccination/getting-a-covid-19-vaccine/



Housebound and Care home residents will be contacted to have their vaccination arranged in the coming weeks. 

26th Sep 2023



Housebound Patients

If you're a patient of Park Surgery and you're housebound we have some information about how you'll be able to receive your flu and COVID-19 vaccinations this year. 


Flu Vaccination

Park surgery will be organising your flu vaccination. We'll be in touch with you shortly to inform you of upcoming dates. There is no need to call the surgery unless you are newly housebound or you're unsure if we have you on our housebound register. 


COVID-19 Vaccination

The 'Housebound Vaccination Team' will be organising the COVID-19 vaccination this year. That means that Park surgery are not able to assist you in booking your jab. Only contact the surgery if you're unsure if we have you on our housebound register. 

The Housebound Vaccination Team will be in touch with those on our register to organise a visit. 


Should i be registered Housebound?

For further clarification, please see a definition below: 


'A patient is housebound if they are unable to leave their home at all, or if they require significant assistance to leave their home due to illness, frailty, surgery, disability or mental health. 

A patient is not considered housebound if they can, with minimal assistance, leave their home to attend the surgery, hospital, supermarkets, or social appointments.'


19th Sep 2023

Flu Season 2023/24


Flu invitations are underway! 

We've begun inviting those at most risk for their free flu vaccination that will be given here at Park Surgery


We are currently inviting: 

  • Those aged over 65 years old
  • Those aged between 18 and 64 who are at in a clinical risk group;
    • a chronic disease
    • Carers
    • Close contacts of immunocompromised
    • Health & Social care workers
  • Care home residents
  • Those that are pregnant

If you have a query about your eligibility you can call our General Enquiry line on 01403 330 266 option 1, option 5. This line is open after 10am Monday-Friday. 


The majority of invitations will be sent by SMS with a bookable link, this is great for your convenience but also greatly helps alleviate our phone lines for those in more urgent need. 


Our clinics are running 9am to 4pm on the following Saturday's:

  • 30th September
  • 7th October
  • 14th October
  • 21st October
  • 28th October
  • 4th November
  • 11th November


Click here for more information on the national flu vaccination campaign


Covid 19 Vaccinations

 Unfortunately, Park surgery are unable to offer the Covid-19 vaccine at the surgery this year. However, you'll be able to book a Covid jab through the National Booking Service (NBS). 

You can call 119 or book your appointment through the NHS App or website. 

The nearest vaccination centre will be: Christ's Hospital Bluecoat Sports Hall, RH13 0YB.

please note - appointments may not be available for this venue when you call, please try again later. Do not call Park surgery as we have no information regarding the NBS.

 If you attend Christ's Hospital for your Covid-19 vaccine, they will not be able to provide the flu vaccine. If you are a patient with us you can receive your flu vaccine from Park surgery.