The Covid-19 vaccination programme has substantially reduced the risk from severe Covid-19 in the UK. It's safe, effective and gives you the best protection against coronavirus.

Walk-in vaccinations 

Covid-19 vaccinations and booster at St Mary's, Charing Cross and Hammersmith hospitals

We are currently providing Covid-19 first and second vaccinations, and boosters to members of the public at our vaccination hubs at St Mary's, Charing Cross and Hammersmith hospitals.

You can book an appointment via the national booking system or walk in at one of our three sites. 

We are offering: 

  • First dose for anyone 18+
  • Second dose for anyone 18+ (8 weeks after first dose)
  • Booster for anyone 18+ (3 months after second dose)

First, second and booster doses of Pfizer are available. Please bring your NHS number and/or NHS Covid pass to your appointment. 

 Walk in vaccination dates and times at St Mary’s, Charing Cross and Hammersmith hospitals:

  • 1 and 2 January – CLOSED
  • Monday – Thursday, 08.30: 17.00
  • Friday: CLOSED
You can also book your appointment now via the national booking system 

Maps of our vaccination clinics 

Charing Cross vaccination clinics map 

St Mary's Hospital vaccination clinics map 

Hammersmith Hospital vaccination clinics map 

Covid-19 vaccination in north west London

Throughout north west London there are large vaccination centres, as well as community vaccination centres where you can book a vaccine or just walk in and get a vaccine. You can also book a vaccination through the NHS national booking service.


You are asked to bring proof of age, your name and address and your NHS number if you have it.

See the full list of vaccine centres and vaccine availability in north west London.

Covid-19 vaccination during pregnancy

If you are pregnant, you can now have your Covid-19 vaccinations at the David Harvey Unit on the ground floor of the Hammersmith Hospital, where the Maternity Day Unit has temporarily been relocated. This is an opportunity for you to discuss any questions you have about vaccination with a midwife or obstetrician.

The David Harvey Unit vaccination hub is open Monday – Friday 08.30 - 16.30 and you are welcome to walk-in. When you arrive, please tell a member of staff that you would like to speak with a midwife about receiving the Covid-19 vaccination during pregnancy. Please note the unit is closed on weekends and bank holidays.

If you are pregnant and do not wish to speak with a midwife or obstetrician before receiving your Covid-19 vaccination, please visit the main vaccination hub at Hammersmith Hospital. The vaccination hub is a walk-in service and you do not need to be a patient with Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust to have a vaccination there.

The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) advises that pregnant women have the Covid-19 vaccination in pregnancy.

Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are the preferred vaccines for pregnant women of any age who are having their first dose. You must be over 18 years of age to be eligible for a vaccination at our walk-in vaccination hubs. Please bring your NHS number or NHS Covid pass.

Anyone who has already had the first vaccination and is offered a second dose while pregnant should have a second dose with the same vaccine unless they had a serious side effect after the first dose. Find out more about vaccination while pregnant or breastfeeding.

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