COVID-19 Vaccination Programme in Bromley

The COVID-19 vaccination programme is well underway in Bromley and the NHS is working very hard to vaccinate eligible groups as quickly as possible.

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GP practices and vaccination sites in Bromley – September 2021

Update – September 2021

Mottingham Vaccination Services

The vaccination clinic in Mottingham, previously provided at St Edward’s Church will move to Coldharbour Leisure Centre, SE9 3LX from Monday 20th September. St Edward’s has been successfully used as a vaccination clinic site and we are incredibly grateful to the church and in particular Rev Dr Catherine Shelley for opening its doors to aid the vaccination programme in Bromley.  

Patients will be informed about the change in venue when invited for their vaccine (both first and second doses). 


Your questions on the vaccine and where to get vaccinated in Bromley

Do you want to know more about the vaccine, hear from local residents and know how you can book? Click below for a summary, including useful links.

Getting your vaccine

If you are aged 18 and over you can book your vaccine online at or call 119 without needing an invitation. If you are 16-17 you can attend a walk-in clinic. You can also contact your local vaccination site to book. See information below for contact numbers and a list of GP surgeries and vaccination sites.

Children and young people in Bromley aged 12 to 15 years are being offered the vaccination as part of the school-based COVID-19 vaccination programme in September and October.

Doctors in Bromley are urging residents to attend their second appointment. It is the very best way of getting protect and back to normal lives. If it is 8 weeks since your first dose but you have not yet been contacted to book your second appointment, please call the appropriate vaccination site or attend a walk-in clinic.

Bromley PCN Vaccination sites and contact numbers

  • Beckenham Beacon – From 1 July 2021, this site has been transferred to the West Wickham and Shirley Baptist Church.  Contact 020 8175 0438
  • Oaks Park Medical Centre – 020 8175 0473
  • Orpington Health & Wellbeing Centre – 020 8175 0438
  • St Edward’s Church – Mottingham – From 20 September 2021, this site will be transferred to Coldharbour Leisure Centre. Contact 020 8175 0438
  • The London Lane Clinic – 020 8290 2302
  • West Wickham & Shirley Baptist Church – 020 8175 0438

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

Vaccination information pods at The Glades

During June and July Dr. Grounds and Dr. Mudhar ran a series of information pods at The Glades in Bromley. They interacted with more than 300 residents and supported them with questions and concerns on the vaccine, booking appointments and signposting to walk-ins at the Bromley Civic Centre.

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May 2021 – Be fab, turn up for your jab.

April 2021 – Muslim doctors encourage residents to get their vaccine. Vaccination during Ramadan.

February 2021 – COVID-19 Vaccinations in Bromley

December 2020 – Getting your COVID-19 Vaccine in Bromley

Vaccination clinics at Keston 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. Watch the video.

Vaccination clinics at Anerley Town Hall. On 18 March and 25 March we held two vaccination clinics in Anerley Town Hall in collaboration with Crystal Palace Community Trust. Special thanks to Jo Adusei and Elsie Sutherland for their support promoting this initiative and encouraging residents to get vaccinated. Watch the video.

COVID-19 Vaccination in Care Homesa message from staff at The Heathers Residential Home. March 2021

COVID-19 Vaccination in Care Homesa message from staff at Rowena House Care Home. April 2021

Penge Vaccination and Health Event. Staff from Oaks Park Medical Centre in Penge and other services across Bromley, held a vaccination and health event in partnership with the Covid Crisis Rescue Foundation. The vaccine and a wide range of other health checks were offered to local residents, including a Vaxi Taxi to transport any vulnerable residents to the vaccination site. Watch the video.

Working in partnership during the vaccination programme in Bromley. During April and May we run a special series of vaccination clinics in collaboration with Bromley GP Alliance and local community centres. The clinics were targeted at local residents living in parts of the borough where uptake was lower, and who were in the most vulnerable cohorts and had not yet come forward for the vaccination. We would like to thank the Cotmandene Community and Resource Centre, Mottingham Community and Learning Shop, Penge Library and The Temple United Reformed Church (St Mary Cray) staff for their support and the local community for promoting these clinics. Watch the video.

Volunteers Week 2021 1-7 June. Hear from Dr Parson, GP Lead in Bromley and Chris Evans from Community Links Bromley on the collaborative effort and the essential role of volunteers. Recorded during our public event on 10 March 2021 – See volunteers section from 20min 49sec to 31min 37sec.

Celebrating 6 months of Covid Vaccination Programme – Orpington Health and Wellbeing Centre 15 June 2021 

Celebrating 6 months of Covid Vaccination Programme – Beckenham Beacon 17 June 2021 

Celebrating 6 months of Covid Vaccination Programme – Oaks Park Medical Centre Penge 

NHS Vaccine Facts – Lynne’s story (Bromley resident)