COVID-19 Staff Vaccination Information

The information on this page is designed specifically for staff at our Trust. The information may not be applicable to the general public, and unless you are a member of staff you should click here to find dedicated COVID-19 Information.
Staff should navigate to our dedicated intranet page for details on this year's winter vaccination programme including clinic opening times and a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs).
Vaccination and Pregnancy - The JCVI (The Joint Committee on Vaccines and Immunisation) has advised that pregnant women should be offered the COVID-19 vaccine at the same time as the rest of the population, based on their age and clinical risk group. For more information, see the COVID-19 Vaccine - Fertility and Pregnancy Hub

COVID-19 autumn booster and primary vaccinations information

Where can I get my primary COVID-19 vaccinations?

Updated: 29-03-2023.  - Hornsey Central vaccination is closing. The centres last day of operation is Friday 31 March (12:30pm - 7:30pm).

Where can I get my COVID-19 booster?

Please come back for updates regarding the Spring Booster.

How do I find out my NHS number?

Your NHS number will be on any letters you receive from your GP or hospitals, alternatively you can find out your NHS Number online.

I have had my COVID-19 vaccination elsewhere

Please do let us know that you have gotten your vaccination at an organisation outside of Whittington Health NHS Trust by completing this form.

COVID-19 Vaccine, Booster and flu jab open forum December 2021

COVID-19 vaccine question areas


Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine
Anyone with a previous history of allergic reactions to the ingredients of the vaccine should not receive it, but those with any other allergies such as a food allergy can now have the vaccine. To see the short update from the MHRA relating to the use of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine scroll down this GOV.UK web page (30 December 2020).

Fertility and pregnancy

We understand that some of our colleagues may have questions around the safety of the vaccine in relation to pregnancy and fertility in general.
As a Trust, we want our staff to have access to accurate and trusted sources of information and so we have answered some of the most commonly asked questions in a series of videos  and Q&As that have been written by and feature our own staff.
Please visit our COVID-19 vaccine and fertility  hub page which has resources and trusted sources of information available.

How the vaccines work

A webinar, led by our Medical Director Dr Clare Dollery and Chief Nurse Michelle Johnson, that looks at the science and safety behind the vaccine's development.

The Grand Round presentation all about the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination. The science behind it, how it works and answers to many of the questions put to Dr Clare Dollery (Medical Director), Stuart Richardson (Chief Pharmacist), Breeda McManus (Deputy Chief Nurse) and Dr Michael Kelsey (Consultant in Medical Microbiology and Virology).

Amma Kyei-Mensah explains why she has had her COVID-19 vaccine

Amma Kyei-Mensah, a Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology talks about why she got her COVID-19 vaccine in this short video.


Information on/from trusted websites

Brochures and other products

Specialist and clinical information

Myth-busting resources

Letter from Lenny Henry

Sir Lenny Henry and some of his celebrity friends have recorded an open letter to black people encouraging them to get the COVID-19 vaccination when offered.


Last updated29 Mar 2023
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