At the Lister vaccine hub and all our clinics (unless stated otherwise) staff can get their first, second or booster dose of the Covid vaccine, as well as the annual flu jab. This includes all Trust staff including volunteers, students, Mitie staff and other partner organisations.
- If you have had one of the vaccines already, please click here to tell us.
- You would like to opt out of or delay one of the vaccines, please click here to tell us.
Lister vaccine hub opening times
The Lister vaccine hub at Graveley Annex is currently open for booked appointments and walk-ins 8am to 7pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
The hub is no longer open at weekends. The one exception is the hub will be open on the weekend of 11-12 December between 8am and 7pm for booked appointments and walk-ins.
If you are a member of staff, please book if you can using this staff booking page.
Mobile vaccine clinics
You can find a list of dates and locations of the mobile and pop-up clinics taking place at sites across the Trust on the intranet
Frequently asked questions
Why is it so important that I receive both vaccines this year?
Flu vaccination is especially important this year as more people are likely to get flu this
winter. This is because less people will have built up immunity against the virus this year
due to measures put in place for Covid-19 (mask-wearing, physical and social distancing,
restrictions on international travel).
This is also the first year that flu will co-circulate alongside Covid. Research has
shown that if you catch both viruses at the same time you are at increased risk of getting
seriously ill. The best way to avoid catching and spreading flu is by having the vaccination
before the flu season starts.
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has reviewed available data
and provided the advice that Covid boosters are first offered to the most vulnerable no
earlier than three months after completion of the first course of vaccination (first and second doses) to provide
maximum protection during the winter months. This includes frontline health and social
It is vital that you maintain protection against severe illness from Covid,
specifically hospitalisation and deaths during winter. The aim is to protect those who are
most vulnerable and to protect the NHS.
Is it safe and effective to have both vaccines at the same time?
Yes, having both at the same appointment has been approved by the JCVI. It is not uncommon
to have more than one vaccine at the same time – such as vaccinations which are
recommended before travelling abroad.
I had the flu vaccination last year, do I need to have it again?
Yes. The viruses that cause flu can change every year, which means the flu (and the vaccine) this year may be different from last year.
Can I have the COVID-19 booster if I’m pregnant?
Yes. If you are pregnant and in one of the groups that the JCVI has recommended for the
boosters, you are eligible to receive a booster, no earlier than six months (this will soon change to three months) after completion of the first course of vaccination (first and second doses).
Can I have the flu vaccine if I’m pregnant?
Yes, all pregnant women are recommended to receive the flu vaccine. There is evidence that suggests pregnant women are at increased risk from complications if they contract flu, the flu vaccine is the best protection against this.
How do I inform the Trust that I have had a COVID-19 booster and/or flu vaccine elsewhere?
Please click here to fill in the form to let the Trust know you have had a vaccine elsewhere –
you will need to log in using your NHSMail email and password.
Who can I speak to for more information?
Please speak to our Health at Work team on x6514.