We are currently running Covid-19 vaccinations at THSCC.
Vaccinations must be booked via the National Covid Vaccination Service.
Parents or guardians of clinically extremely vulnerable 5-11 year olds should email before they visit: firstname.lastname@example.org
Appointments for Covid-19 vaccinations at THSCC are booked via the National Booking System.
Clinics in June 2022
- Mondays and Tuesdays: CLOSED
- Wednesdays: 12.30pm - 6pm (5-18 year olds)
- Thursdays: 9am - 4.30pm (18 years and over)
- Fridays: CLOSED
- Saturday: 9am - 4pm (5-18 year olds)
What to expect at your vaccine appointment
- Please ensure you arrive at the appointment time you are given. (If it's hot, make sure you eat and drink before you come to your appointment.)
- On arrival at THSCC, you will be asked to confirm that you have no symptoms of coronavirus
- You will need to put on a fluid resistant face mask (we’ll provide this) and sanitise your hands.
- You’ll be checked-in by a member of staff and asked to confirm your name and date of birth
- When it’s your turn to receive the vaccine, you will be directed to one of our clinic rooms. You’ll be asked for some basic health information, which includes questions about any allergies you may have.
- You’ll be asked to give your consent, confirming you’re having the vaccine.
- You’ll then be given the vaccination. This is given via a needle into your non-dominant arm/shoulder and will feel no more than a quick sharp scratch (similar to a flu jab).
- After you’ve been vaccinated, you’ll be given your vaccine record card and leaflets about aftercare.
You will be asked to wait for 15 minutes before you leave THSCC so we can be sure you’re OK before you travel. It’s recommended that you avoid driving for at least 15 minutes after the vaccination.
After your appointment
The vaccine has been shown to reduce the chance of you suffering from severe symptoms of Covid-19.
It may take a week or two for your body to build up some protection from the first dose of vaccine. Like all medicines, no vaccine is completely effective, so you should continue to take recommended precautions to avoid infection. Some people may still get Covid-19 despite having a vaccination, but this should be less severe.
The vaccine cannot give you the Covid-19 infection, and a full course will reduce your chance of becoming seriously ill. We don’t yet know whether it will stop you from catching and passing on the virus, but we do expect it to reduce this risk.
To protect yourself and your family, friends and colleagues you still need to:
- practice social distancing
- wear a face mask
- wash your hands carefully and frequently
- follow the current guidance
For more information about the vaccination programme in South West London and frequently asked questions about the jab, visit www.swlondonccg.nhs.uk/covid.
|By Bus||Routes 285 and R68 stop on Hampton Road, which is 9 metres from THSCC.|
|By Train||The nearest train station is Teddington, which is approximately 0.4 miles away.|
|By Underground||There are no underground stations near to THSCC.|
• On-site parking (free)
• Blue Badge / Accessible parking bays
- Level access (main entrance)
- Wheelchair to borrow on site
- Interpreter on request
- British Sign Language interpreter on request
- Low section at reception counter
- Hearing loop
See detailed accessibility information (AccessAble website)
020 8614 5300
18 Queens Road
(THSCC is located BEHIND Teddington Memorial Hospital.)
Monday to Friday
9am – 5pm (Covid-19 vaccination times may fall outside these hours)
Open for booked Covid-19 vaccinations