The aim of the COVID-19 vaccination programme has been, and continues to be, the reduction of severe disease (hospitalisation and mortality) across the population, while protecting the NHS.

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COVID-19 Autumn 2023 seasonal campaign

You may be able to get a seasonal COVID-19 vaccine in autumn 2023 if you’re at increased risk of getting seriously ill from COVID-19. For example, this may be due to a health condition or your age.

The NHS will contact you if your NHS record suggests you may be eligible.


  • Our Covid Vaccination clinic starts Tuesday 19th September
  • You can call us on 0208 346 4530 to book an appointment directly with us
  • We accept walk ins



1. Eligibility COVID-19 Autumn 2023  campaign

  • All adults aged 65 years and over
  • Residents in a care home for older adults
  • Persons aged 6 months to 64 years who are immunosuppressed
  • Frontline health and social care workers
  • Persons aged 12 to 64 years who are household contacts of people with immunosuppression
  • Persons aged 16 to 64 years who are carers  and staff working in care homes for older adults.

This include those who turn 65 years old by 31th March 2024 who are eligible for a vaccination at any point in the campaign. Those who are admitted to an older adult care home or become immunosuppressed by 31 March are considered eligible as well.

The JCVI also advised that primary course vaccination for individuals in the above cohorts who have not had any previous doses should be offered. They should receive a single dose of COVID-19 vaccine during the campaign period.

Immunosuppression due to disease or treatment, including patients undergoing chemotherapy leading to immunosuppression, patients undergoing radical radiotherapy, solid organ transplant recipients, bone marrow or stem cell transplant recipients, HIV infection at all stages, multiple myeloma or genetic disorders affecting the immune system (e.g. IRAK-4, NEMO, complement disorder, SCID).

Individuals who are receiving immunosuppressive or immunomodulating biological therapy including, but not limited to, anti-TNF, alemtuzumab, ofatumumab, rituximab, patients receiving protein kinase inhibitors or PARP inhibitors, and individuals treated with steroid sparing agents such as cyclophosphamide and mycophenolate mofetil.

Individuals treated with or likely to be treated with systemic steroids for more than a month at a dose equivalent to prednisolone at 20mg or more per day for adults.

Anyone with a history of haematological malignancy, including leukaemia, lymphoma, and myeloma.

Those who require long term immunosuppressive treatment for conditions including, but not limited to, systemic lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, scleroderma and psoriasis.

Some immunosuppressed patients may have a suboptimal immunological response to the vaccine (see Immunosuppression and HIV).

2. How do I know if I have been selected?

3. What facilities are available in our vaccination centre?

  • Step free access
  • Toilet Access
  • Wheelchair access
  • Ability to communicate by text on phones
  • Disabled street parking out front and on nearby streets

4. What information do I need when I arrive at my appointment?

  • Please bring with you, your booking reference, NHS Number, D.O.B, and it may help to bring some form of  photo ID.

5. What happens if I am late or miss my appointment?

  • The NHS have made improvements to the cancellation and amending appointments. Patients can either cancel or amend their appointments, by logging back into , or by calling 119.  We would like  to remind patients that this functionality exists, particularly for the second dose appointment. Please note that patients are unable to cancel or amend their appointments on the day they made their appointment, or the day they are booked in to attend.

6. How can I change my appointment?

7. How do I volunteer?

8. What if I have COVID symptoms or other illnesses?

  • Please do not enter our vaccination centre if you are experiencing any COVID-like symptoms, as you will be putting everyone at risk.

10. What if I have experienced symptoms or have had COVID recently?

  • The current recommendation is to wait 4 weeks after receiving a positive test or experiencing symptoms, before getting vaccinated, and 12 weeks for those under 18 years of age.

COVID Incubation Timeline

11. How do I get to your pharmacy

a. Parking

  • We have pay-as-you-go street parking out front and  free parking ,but not between 2-3pm on nearby streets, please check parking bay areas.
  • Please do not block access or park on double yellow lines

b. Public transport

  • Our address is: 334A Regent’s Park Rd, Finchley, London N3 2LN
  • We are 3 mins walk from Finchley Central Station (Northern Line)
  • There are several bus routes that stop nearby.

12. Are there any side effects to the vaccination?

13. What should I do if I am suffering from the side effects of the vaccination?

  • Please phone your doctor, pharmacist, or call 111

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