Vaccination centres

In north central London (NCL) we are providing the vaccine in a number of ways.

We have created a number of large scale vaccination centres across Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington that will allow residents to get protection from the vaccine more quickly. Each of these centres is supported by a local health and care team, to ensure it is totally safe.

You can check here to see if you are currently eligible to have your jab. If you are in one of the approved groups, you will receive a letter soon. And if you are over the age of 70, you do not need a letter – you can book your vaccination here.

It is very important that you attend your vaccination appointment when it has been confirmed. But please do not attend any vaccination centre without an appointment, as we do not want you to have a wasted trip.

The details for each of these locations are included below.

Hornsey Central Health Centre is an existing healthcare facility, which is now offering vaccinations by appointment.

The NHS is working closely with Haringey Council to minimise any possible disruption to those who live and work near the centre, and this includes additional car parking facilities to ensure vehicles do not need to park on local roads.

We do not anticipate any disruption to those who live or work near the site. However, if you do have any questions you should be able to find the answer at

How to get there.

The NHS is working in partnership with the world renowned Francis Crick Institute to vaccinate up to 1,000 people per day.

The centre is open to those with appointments, 8am to 8pm, seven days a week. It is located in the Crick’s gallery space on the ground floor, and has its own entrance and exit on Brill Place.

Sometimes there will be a small, well managed and socially distanced queue outside the entrance. Measures are in place to ensure other pedestrians can still use the pavement safely.

If you have further questions about vaccination at the Crick, please see our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

How to get there.

Usually a much-loved arts centre and theatre, a partnership between the NHS and Enfield Council is seeing the Dugdale play a part in vaccinating local people.

The centre, in the heart of Enfield town, is offering vaccines by appointment only.

How to get there.

Two large-scale vaccination centres have also been set up in London. These centres will enable an even greater ability to vaccinate thousands of Londoners quickly in the coming weeks and months.

Do not travel to a vaccination centre unless you have been contacted by the NHS and have an appointment booked – you will not be vaccinated. You cannot book an appointment by going to a centre.

The ExCeL London

You need to use the Western Gateway entrance of The ExCeL London to access the NHS COVID-19 vaccination centre, Newham. Follow ‘vaccination centre’ signs.


The address of the centre is: 8 Fulton Road, London, HA9 0NU

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