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Deaf and Disability Flu Clinic in Tower Hamlets – 18 December

Posted on: 10 December 2021

Are you deaf or disabled and living in Tower Hamlets? Come and get your free flu jab on Saturday 18 December 9.30am-3pm at Blithehale Health Centre.

To attend the Flu Clinic all you need to do is book an appointment through your GP or drop-in on the day. 

The clinic will be open to disabled residents of any age who live in Tower Hamlets who are eligible for the flu jab. Carers accompanying disabled people are also welcomed to have their flu jab in the clinic. Everyone wo attends will receive a 15-minute appointment slot.

The GP Care Group’s Extended Hours Hubs are working with Tower Hamlets Public Health, Tower Hamlets CCG to hold this Flu Clinic for disabled people in Tower Hamlets. For those who need it, a BSL Interpreter will be present on the day to support the clinic. 


Blithehale Health Centre, 22 Dunbridge St, Bethnal Green, London E2 6JA   

How do I get there?

Blithehale Hub has disabled access. The nearest station is Bethnal Green overground, and the D3 bus stops on nearby Vallance Road (Please note there is not a bus stop outside the centre). 

Why the need for this Flu Clinic?

The Real, DeafPLUS and ICM Foundation ran a series of coproduction workshops to develop practical solutions for how vaccine and flu clinics could be made more accessible. Our Extended Hours Hubs taken on the feedback received for the planning of this clinic and will be ensuring there is enough support onsite on the day. 

Please share this information with those who will benefit from this service.