The COVID-19 vaccination programme is well underway in Bromley and the NHS is working very hard to vaccinate people in the high risk groups as quickly as possible.
WALK-IN VACCINE CLINIC AT BROMLEY CIVIC CENTRE
We are inviting those eligible (cohorts 1 to 9) for their first COVID-19 vaccine to our walk-in service at Bromley Civic Centre – no appointment needed.
The latest information on who is eligible is available here.
Opening times and dates: Saturday 10 to Sunday 11 April, 8.30am to 2pm, Monday 12 to Thursday 15 April, 8.30am to 4.30pm.
Location: The Great Hall, Bromley Civic Centre, Stockwell Cl, Bromley BR1 3UH
Update – March 2021
Check our last update for information on your first vaccination, second dose and vaccination sites in Bromley.
Getting your first dose
If you are over 50, a carer or clinically vulnerable and not yet had your vaccine, there are appointments available at all Bromley GP vaccination sites. Please contact your local vaccination site to book. See information below for contact numbers and a list of GP surgeries and vaccination sites. Carers in Bromley can get advice from Bromley Well by phone 0808 278 7898 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Getting your second dose
The nationally agreed gap between the first and second dose of the vaccine for COVID-19 is between 11 to 12 weeks. Everyone who has had their first vaccine has a second vaccine reserved for them. Your second dose will be the same vaccine as your first one. Appointments for second dose vaccines are being offered to everyone who is due to have one. Please wait to be contacted with your appointment.
If your fist vaccine was at Community House, this has now closed and two new sites have been opened. You will be contacted to book your appointment and advised where to go for your second dose. See more information below.
If it is 11 weeks since your first dose but you have not yet been contacted to book your second appointment, please call the appropriate vaccination site.
Bromley PCN Vaccination sites and contact numbers
- Beckenham Beacon – Phone your practice
- Oaks Park Medical Centre – 020 8175 0473
- Orpington Health & Wellbeing Centre – 020 8175 0438
- St Edward’s Church – Mottingham – 020 8175 0433
- The London Lane Clinic – 020 8290 2302
- West Wickham & Shirley Baptist Church – 020 8175 8582
GP practices and vaccination sites in Bromley – March 2021
Community House Covid-19 Vaccination Site
The GP- led COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Community House has now closed. It has been replaced by two new vaccination sites at The London Lane Clinic and St Edwards Church (Mottingham).
We would like to thank Community House for hosting a vaccination site for 12 weeks during the first phase of the vaccination programme.
If you received your first vaccination at Community House, you will be contacted when you are due for your second dose. Your second dose has been reserved for you. The vaccine you will be given will be the same as the first dose. An appointment will be offered at one of the new sites or at another GP led site if it is nearer to your GP practice. For more information check our patient leaflet.
If you have not been contacted for your appointment by 11 weeks after your first dose, please contact the sites on the following numbers:
- For patients registered with London Lane Clinic, Dysart Surgery or South View Partnership, please call 0208 290 2302
- For all other patients who had their first dose at Community House, please call 0208 175 0433
Anerley Town Hall Vaccination Clinics
On 18 March and 25 March we held two vaccination clinics in Anerley Town Hall in collaboration with Crystal Palace Community Trust. If you couldn’t attend and are interested in future clinics call 020 8175 0473. There were take away meals available (cooked and prepared by Mama Vastey) free for collection on the way out and an opportunity for IT support with free face to face tutorials (socially distanced) with Clear Community Web, to help residents get online or get more out of their laptop, tablet or phone. See more information on our leaflet. Special thanks to Jo Adusei and Elsie Sutherland for their support promoting this initiative and encouraging residents to get vaccinated.
Vaccination Clinics at Al-Emaan Mosque
We have teamed up with the Al-Emaan Mosque in Keston, Bromley, to offer local residents another place to get their COVID-19 vaccination.
Al-Emaan was one of the first Mosques in the country to offer its facilities to the NHS vaccination programme. The first clinic held on 6 February was a resounding success and other clinics have taken place. Residents found it convenient, easy to get to and welcoming.
Dr Omar Taha, Bromley GP and Trustee of Al-Emaan Mosque has been the driving force behind the clinic at the Mosque. Dr Taha said, “Integral to the Mosque ethos is community support, so when the opportunity arose to assist the Covid-19 vaccination drive, we were keen to do what we could to help. As Muslims, a core principle of the faith is to care for and support our community and people of all faiths and backgrounds. This was wonderfully illustrated by the overwhelming number of Mosque volunteers who offered to help when the call went out. It has been great to work with NHS South East London Clinical Commissioning Group, the Bromley GP Alliance and other health and care partners to push and support the vaccine drive. We believe in this vaccine, and we believe in its safety and efficacy”.
When the NHS does contact you, please attend your booked appointments.
Please continue to follow all of the guidance to control the spread of the virus and save lives.
To keep up to date with the delivery of the vaccination programme in south east London, please visit selondonccg.nhs.uk/covid19vaccine