If you are aged 50 or older and were eligible for a free NHS flu vaccine this winter; or if you are the main carer for an older or vulnerable person; you can now book your first COVID-19 vaccination.
This vaccination booking service is for healthcare workers, social care workers and adult carers who live in north-west London – and also residents in the area who are eligible for a free NHS flu vaccine. If you are pregnant do not book on this system and speak to your GP first.
By north-west London, the NHS means that you need to be living in one of the following boroughs: Brent, Ealing, Harrow, Hammersmith & Fulham, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Kensington and Chelsea, Westminster.
Please note this is for first vaccinations only.
The Ealing vaccination centre is at CP House at 97-107 Uxbridge Road, Ealing W5 5TL.
Book an appointment
You will need to know your NHS number – if you do not know it, you can use a NHS webpage to find yours.
Click on the links below to check to see if you can book in at a vaccination centre nearest you:
- Wembley Vaccination Centre
- Hayes Vaccination Centre
- Ealing Vaccination Centre
- Hammersmith Vaccination Centre
- Marble Arch Vaccination Centre
- Science Museum, Kensington Vaccination Centre
You are encouraged to share these links with your neighbours and community. Location information for each centre can be found on the NHS website pages for north-west London.
100,000 vaccinations milestone
Recently, the borough hit the 100,000 mark in terms of vaccines administered to local people. And council leader Julian Bell shared a video of him receiving his.
Councillor Binda Rai, Ealing Council’s cabinet member for public health and adult services, recently also received her first dose of the vaccine. She said: “It is brilliant to hear that more than 100,000 doses of the vaccine have been given in Ealing. This is a huge step forward, but we should be hesitant about celebrating too soon. I would encourage residents to book their appointment as soon as they are able to receive the vaccine, so that we can move towards some form of normality that will allow us to be with our family and friends.
“Rates still remain high, so it is important that residents continue to follow public health guidance as residents have been doing over the last year. I would also encourage others to share their story of them getting the vaccine on any social media channels they have, because this can help to encourage others to get theirs.”
Frequently asked questions
Residents are encouraged to read the council’s list of frequently asked questions on the vaccine to ensure that they are well informed.