Vaccination UK has been commissioned by NHS England since 2015 to provide school aged immunisations, including Influenza, to pupils across numerous counties and boroughs in England, including the Black Country, Hertfordshire, Herefordshire & Worcestershire, Peterborough, Yorkshire, East Riding, Hull, North & Northeast Lincolnshire and 9 Boroughs of North East London. Vaccination UK are also commissioned by NHS England in northeast London to provide outbreak response in the event of a vaccine preventable disease outbreak, and we provide the infant BCG programme to newborns in Newham and Tower Hamlets.
As an experienced provider of NHS immunisation programmes, we vaccinated nearly 456,000 pupils by the end of the 2020/2021 academic year, and by the end of the last flu season in January this year, we had offered more than 1.25 million children the flu vaccine. We delivered in excess of more than 10,000 sessions at schools and community clinics to our service users last year across all our areas.
We are rated Good by the Care Quality Commission and we are known as a progressive, agile provider, continually striving to achieve the safest, most efficient service possible.
The CQC Registered Manager for NHS commissioned services is Amanda Schiller, Clinical Director for Vaccination UK Ltd. She is the Governance Lead for these programmes, and her base is Head Office, 5 Portmill Lane, Hitchin, Hertfordshire.