The coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine will give you the best protection against coronavirus. The vaccine is an injection and has been tested to make sure it is safe and effective. You will need two injections of the vaccine, which will be given to you between 3 and 12 weeks apart.

Booking your appointment

As part of the national coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination programme, King’s College Hospital opened a vaccination centre at the Weston Education Centre (WEC) on Wednesday 19 May 2021. Please see the King’s campus map which shows the location of the WEC on the King’s College Hospital site. On 2 March 2021 we set up and started running the Vaccination Centre at Bromley Civic Centre.

To book an appointment for the vaccine please use the National Booking System. Please check you are eligible to have the vaccine before you book. If you are unsure, the NHS website has more information about who can have the vaccine.

We are offering a booster dose of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine at both the WEC at King’s College Hospital and Bromley Civic Centre. Those who are eligible will be able to book here or at a convenient site through the National Booking System or walk in. Find a walk-in coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination site.

If you have an appointment for the vaccine, please use public transport to get here if you can, as parking is limited. Before attending, please read about the measures we have in place to keep people safe while at our hospital sites. We look forward to welcoming you for your vaccine, helping you protect yourself, your family and our community.

Centre opening times

Vaccination Centre at the Weston Education Centre (WEC)
The centre is open every day (Monday to Sunday) from 8.30am to 6pm (walk-ins are available until 5pm).

Bromley Civic Centre
The centre is open every day (Monday to Sunday) from 8.30am to 5pm and walk-ins are available.

You can book your appointment through the National Booking System or by calling 119.