Covid-19 Vaccine

Getting your COVID-19 vaccination as soon as you are offered one should protect you and may help to protect your family and those you care for. The COVID-19 vaccine should help reduce the rates of serious illness and save lives and will therefore reduce pressure on the NHS and social care services.

If you are aged 30 or over, you’re a frontline health or social care workers, you receive a Carers Allowance, have a learning disability, are clinically extremely vulnerable (high risk) or clinically vulnerable (moderate risk) – you can book your vaccine online at www.nhs.uk/covid-vaccination or call 119 without needing an invitation.

For the latest information on eligibility, see here.

 

COVID-19 Vaccine – Practical queries around getting the vaccine

 

Lambeth GP Federation Covid-19  Mass Vaccination Centre 

Montgomery Hall

58 Kennington Oval, SE11 5SW

Montgomery Hall is next to the Oval and is a short walk from Oval tube station

Pop-up Clinics 

To make it easier for you to receive your jab we are also offering pop-up walk-in clinics around Lambeth on set dates and times for specific cohorts of people. Please check beforehand that you are eligible to receive a vaccination before attending a pop-up clinic.

Tesco Acre Lane, Lambeth

Montgomery Hall, Lambeth

 

Second Vaccination Invites 

If you received your first vaccination at Montgomery Hall you will receive an automatic invite via text around 8 weeks after your first vaccination date. If you have not heard from us or have a query to please email lgpf.covid-19@nhs.net . Please include your name, date of birth, NHS number, mobile phone number and date of first vaccine.

 

 

 

 

For further information please visit the South East London Clinical Commissioning Group Website. https://selondonccg.nhs.uk/covid19vaccine.

If you are not able to find the answers you are looking for and would like to contact please  email us at lgpf.covid-19@nhs.net.