Coronavirus (COVID-19) Vaccination Centres

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Covid-19 Vaccination Services in Surrey

Vaccination services are running in a number of community locations.

Coronavirus Vaccination Centres in Surrey Heartlands


Information on vaccination clinics 


Please find below information on vaccination services across Surrey Heartlands. 

Your Covid-19 vaccinations can be booked via the National Booking Service, where you can get an appointment time at your convenience, or call 119 to speak to someone.

Walk-in appointments for vaccinations are sometimes available, but they not guaranteed in peak times. To see walk-in options available to you, see

Only attend a clinic if you meet the vaccination eligibility and people who are unwell and experiencing COVID-19 symptoms should not attend clinics until they have recovered.

No NHS number is required but it does speed things up if you have it with you.


Please note that the information stated below is regularly updated. However, due to the complexities of the Covid-19 vaccination programme we advise you check latest availability details via the National Booking System, 119 or grab-a-jab to avoid inconvenience.


Sandown Park Racecourse

  • December planned closures: 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 15, 16, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28
  • Walk-ins available for 12-15 year olds, 16/17 year olds and adults (over 18s) – planned closures for each month (please see below)
  • Vaccination centre opening hours: 11am – 8pm (Monday – Friday) and 9am – 5pm (Saturday and Sunday) - for walk-in opening hours please see below.
  • Questions about vaccinations for 12-15 year olds? Visit the dedicated 12-15 year olds vaccinations webpage
  • Walk-ins:
    • 12-15s and 16-17s: 3:30pm – 7:30pm (Monday – Friday),  9am – 4:30pm (Saturday and Sunday)
    • Adults (over 18s) booster vaccinations: 11am – 3pm (Monday – Friday)
  • Limited opening hours (9am – 3pm): 23 and 29 – 31 December


United Reform Church, Woking, GU22 7HA 

  • FastHeal Pharmacy vaccination service at United Reform Church, open Monday to Saturday, 8.30am-4.30pm, are offering the following as walk-ins or bookings through the NHS website or 119 telephone line. Please note this service will be closed on 18/12 and 24/12
  • Booster Vaccinations - Must be 6 months from your 2nd dose - Please bring your original vaccination card or download the NHS app to get your Covid pass.
  • Pfizer 1st dose available for anyone aged 16 or over.
  • Pfizer 2nd dose available for 18 or over (must be 7 weeks since 1st dose) 16-17 must book for their 2nd dose in advance. If you are a walk in, please bring your original vaccination card or download NHS app to get Covid pass. Pfizer can be given as the second dose if you have received Astra Zeneca as your first.
  • Walk-ins are subject to availability on the day - if you can, please book in advance via the NHS website or 119 telephone line.

Artington Park & Ride, Old Portsmouth Rd, Guildford

  • November opening hours - open 7 days a week 8am until 7pm. 
  • Please do not arrive more than 15 minutes early for your booked appointment. This will help us manage the waiting area outside and adhere to social distancing for your safety.
  • Pfizer vaccines available for people aged 16+ with appointments.
  • First, second, third and booster vaccinations available.
  • AstraZeneca is available if you have a confirmed allergy to Pfizer or are over 40 years old. 
  • Boosters - should be Pfizer and must be at least 6 months since second dose (a minimum of 180 days). 
  • Second and third dose vaccines - must be 8 weeks since your previous vaccination and the same vaccine type. 
  • Healthy 12-15 year olds - we are running a 'mop-up' service for children who have missed their first appointment. Names are provided to Procare by the School-Aged Immunisation Service (SAIS). We are not currently offering new first or walk in appointments for this age group.
  • To book a vaccination appointment at Artington, please call Procare on 01483 362 522.

East Surrey (various sites)


Got a question about your vaccine? Visit our FAQs webpage.


Vaccination sites

The sites listed below will open on specific days as and when the supply of vaccines allows. You will be offered appointments at sites that are open at the time of booking your appointment.


GP-led services in North West Surrey

  • Chertsey Hall
  • H&M Building at The Heart Shopping Centre in Walton on Thames
  • The Hythe Centre near Egham and Staines
  • Unit 46, Peacocks Shopping Centre, Woking


GP-led services in East Surrey

  • The Westway in Caterham
  • Woodhatch in Reigate
  • Centenary Hall Birchwood Medical Practice in Horley
  • Tandridge District Council Offices Oxted Health Centre in Oxted


GP-led services in Guildford and Waverley

  • Artington Park & Ride site, Guildford


GP-led services in Surrey Downs

  • Emberbrook Surgery in Thames Ditton
  • Fitznells Manor Surgery in Ewell
  • Medwyn Surgery in Dorking
  • Nescot College, Reigate Road, Epsom KT17 3DS



  • Superdrug pharmacy in Guildford
  • Direct Pharmacy in Guildford
  • Fastheal Pharmacy, Woking
  • Walton Pharmacy, Walton-on-the-Hill, Tadworth
  • Buckley Pharmacy, Ashtead
  • Vitaltone Pharmacy, Caterham
  • South Street Pharmacy - running from Beare Green, Village Hall (near Dorking)
  • Tesco Pharmacy, Stanwell
  • Wallis Jones Pharmacy, Esher

Bookings for pharmacies can only be made via the NHS national booking system.


Hospital hubs

  • Royal Surrey County Hospital in Guildford
  • Surrey and Sussex Hospitals in Redhill
  • Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals, Chertsey and Ashford



Review Date: 2021-11-26
Review Due: 2022-01-04
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What is Long COVID?

Guidance describes long COVID as ongoing symptoms following a COVID-19 infection that continue for more than 12 weeks. 

These symptoms can range from mild to severe and can't be explained by another cause. 

It is sometimes called “post-COVID-19 syndrome” or "long COVID".

There are various symptoms linked to long COVID, these may include:

  • extreme tiredness (fatigue)
  • shortness of breath
  • chest pain or tightness
  • problems with memory and concentration ("brain fog")
  • difficulty sleeping (insomnia)
  • heart palpitations
  • dizziness
  • pins and needles
  • joint pain
  • depression and anxiety
  • tinnitus, earaches
  • feeling sick, diarrhoea, stomach aches, loss of appetite
  • a high temperature, cough, headaches, sore throat, changes to sense of smell or taste
  • rashes


What to do if you think you may have long COVID?

If you're worried about symptoms 4 weeks or more after having COVID-19, please contact your GP surgery to make an appointment.  Your doctor will talk to you about the care and support you might need and give you advise on the next steps.

Please visit Your COVID Recovery website for more information to support your recovery from long COVID.


Recovering from COVID

Online Long COVID support is available from Headway, Surrey, for COVID 19 survivors and families. These are one-hour sessions, via Zoom, run by a member of the Cognitive Rehabilitation team. Sessions will be ongoing, offer peer support, and will be free of charge. Sessions will share ideas for strategies and skills on how to manage fatigue, memory issues, information processing and other executive skills. Peer support and discussions can help survivors feel less alone and help recovery. Enquiries to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 01483 454433


Research into Long COVID

The NIHR (National Institute of Health Research) and UKRI (UK Research and Innovation) are spending £18.5 million funding four research studies to better understand and address the longer term effects of COVID-19 on physical and mental health.

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Covid-19 Vaccination Programme phase 3 outline

Covid-19 Vaccination Programme phase 3 outline

For the 2021 COVID-19 booster vaccine programme individuals who received vaccination in Phase 1 of the COVID-19 vaccination programme (priority groups 1 to 9) should be offered a third dose COVID-19 booster vaccine.

This includes:

  • those living in residential care homes for older adults
  • all adults aged 50 years or over
  • frontline health and social care workers
  • all those aged 16 to 49 years with underlying health conditions that put them at higher risk of severe COVID-19 (as set out in the green book), and adult carers
  • adult household contacts (aged 16 or over) of immunosuppressed individuals

As most younger adults will only have received their second COVID-19 vaccine dose in late summer or early autumn, the benefits of booster vaccination in this group will be considered at a later time when more information is available. In general, younger, healthy individuals may be expected to generate stronger vaccine-induced immune responses from primary course vaccination compared to older individuals. Pending further evidence otherwise, booster doses in this population may not be required in the near term. 

JCVI advice is that the Covid-19 booster can be given together, at the same time as the flu vaccine.

Phase 3 of the Covid-19 vaccination programme, primarily focused on the delivery of a booster vaccine, is due to begin in September 2021, with the aim to maximise protection in those who are most vulnerable to serious Covid-19 ahead of the winter months. Influenza (flu) vaccines are also delivered in the autumn months. The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) have considered this and state that where possible, a combined approach to the delivery of Covid-19 and influenza vaccination could support the delivery and maximise uptake of both vaccines.

It's important to note that within phase 3 of the programme is the offer of a first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine to 12-15 year olds, and the continuation of an offer to those who are eligible but are yet to take up a first or second dose of the vaccine.

Covid-19 Vaccination Programme Phase 3 Equalities and Health Inequalities Impact Assessment (1.05 MB)


pdf Covid-19 Vaccination Programme Phase 3 Equalities and Health Inequalities Impact Assessment (accessible version) (956 KB)




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Vaccinations for frontline health and social care workers

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Videos explaining the Covid-19 Vaccination Programme in Surrey Heartlands


You can find below a series of videos about the vaccination programme across Surrey Heartlands.

How the Covid-19 Vaccination Programme is working in Surrey Heartlands

How the Covid-19 Vaccination Programme is working in Surrey Heartlands


How will I be invited to my Covid-19 Vaccination (NHS video)

How will I be invited to my Covid-19 Vaccination (NHS video)


Covid-19 Vaccination Programme, in conversation with Dr Sally Johnson

Covid-19 Vaccination, in conversation with Dr Sally Johnson Heartlands


Further national Covid-19 vaccination video resources, including information in BSL and community languages, can be found on our Coronavirus (COVD-19) Vaccination Resources webpage.




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