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NHS Vaccination Centre at UCL's Bidborough House

An NHS COVID-19 vaccination centre is now open at Bidborough House in partnership with University College Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH).

NHS Vaccine Centre at Bidborough House showing Mabledon Place entrance

To book an appointment at this vaccination centre or find out more information about the national vaccination programme, please visit the NHS website.

The centre is also open for walk ins for over 16s. For more information about vaccines available and opening times, please visit the NHS website.

The centre is on the ground floor of Bidborough House, 38–50 Bidborough Street, London WC1H 9BT. Please use the entrance on Mabledon Place.

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Closest Tube stations: King's Cross St. Pancras or Euston
Bus routes: 30, 73, 91, 168, 205, 390 (British Library Stop B or C)

Frequently asked Questions

What are the centre opening times?

The centre is open 8:30am–7pm, seven days a week, although times may vary week to week. To book an appointment for a vaccine visit the national booking system or the NHS 119 telephone service.

For more information about opening times for walk ins please visit the NHS website.

Who can be vaccinated at the centre?

Walk in appointments are available for age groups 16 and over. For more information about vaccines available and opening times, please visit the NHS website.

Local residents and students who are registered with a GP can book appointments through the NHS national booking system and the NHS 119 telephone service.

What vaccinations are available?

The centre is providing vaccinations to those who need their first or second doses.

Booster doses are available for walk ins for those eligible in line with the national vaccination programme. For more information about vaccines available for walk ins, please visit the NHS website.

I’m a UCL student – can I get vaccinated at the centre?

Walk in appointments are available for age groups 16 and over. For more information about vaccines available and opening times, please visit the NHS website.

Eligible students can book slots via the NHS booking system.

UCL’s Student Support and Wellbeing will contact students who have been identified as being in priority groups to let them know how to book an appointment at the centre.  If you are a student and you have any questions about booking an appointment at the centre please contact Student Support and Wellbeing via askUCL.

Students can also get vaccinated at an NHS walk-in centre or by booking an appointment if they are registered with a GP.

I’m a member of UCL staff – can I get vaccinated at the centre?

Walk in appointments are available for age groups 16 and over. For more information about vaccines available and opening times, please visit the NHS website.

Eligible staff who live locally will be able to book slots via the NHS booking system.

Other staff can get vaccinated at an NHS walk-in centre or by booking an appointment if they are registered with a GP.

I booked an appointment but now I can’t make it. What should I do?

Please cancel and re-book your appointment, so that someone else can use the appointment slot.

Who is running the centre?

The centre has been set up by the NHS in partnership with University College Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH). The centre is being run by staff from UCLH.

What safety measures are in place at the centre?

We ask that all visitors to Bidborough House wear a face covering while they are inside the building unless they are exempt.

Can I find out more about how the vaccines work and if they are safe?

UCL asked some of the university’s public health experts to explain how COVID-19 vaccines work – find out more here.

You can also find out more about COVID-19 vaccines on the NHS website.