Assistance is available for the following Vaccination locations, Carlton House, Evergreen Surgery and Winchmore Hill.
If you need to book a COVID Vaccination, 1st, 2nd Dose or Booster, change or cancel an appointment, or just have a general query about the vaccine, please call 0208 370 4900 and select Option 1 (Lines open 8 AM to 6 PM Monday to Friday)
MHP – Carlton House is now open to 12-15 year olds for 1st Dose of COVID Vaccine, appointments can be booked by calling the number above or can be offered as a Walk-in appointment.
7 Days a week – 9am – 5.30pm
If possible, an adult should be present for the appointment
Click here to read important information on keeping safe during isolation due to COVID-19
COVID Booster Information
You can get a booster dose if you had a 2nd dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at least 3 months ago and you are over 16, including pregnant women and:
- You are a frontline health or social care worker
- You live or work in a care home
People who are pregnant and in 1 of the eligible groups can also get a booster dose.
For advice: Call the vaccine team on 0208 370 4900 (option 1 for GP Services and 1 for COVID & Flu Vaccines) or your GP surgery. Please note the vaccine phone line closes at 6pm.
Please book your appointment via the message you receive or call the number above for an appointment.
There is a “Walk-in” Service at Carlton House for first, second, Booster Vaccines or fourth doses for eligible patients every day. If you have received a letter of invitation, please bring it with you.
COVID Vaccine Centre – Carlton House – Opening Times
7 Days a week from 9am – 1pm & 1.30pm – 6pm
18+ must be 8 weeks post Covid infection for any vaccination
12-17 must be 12 weeks post Covid infection
WHO CAN ATTEND FOR 1st & 2nd DOSES
Anyone over the age of 12
If you receive a text message please book an appointment, we do offer a walk-in service, please be advised this can get very busy and there can be long waits.
Clinic opens at 9am and last appointments are 17.50pm – clinic closes at 6pm.
- 12 to 17 years of age: 2nd Dose must be 12 weeks after the first dose for this age group (Click Here for more info).
- Over 18 years of age: 2nd Dose 8 weeks after 1st Dose and the Booster 3 months after 2nd Dose.
- If you are pregnant: You can get vaccinated against COVID-19 if you’re pregnant. (Click Here for more info).
Had your Covid-19 Vaccine Abroad?
Tell the NHS about Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccinations you’ve had abroad, using the following link to book an appointment, so your NHS record can be updated securely. Please note you can only use this service if you:
- Are aged 18 years old or over
- Have an NHS number
- Have received one of these MHRA-approved vaccines outside of England- Oxford/AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria), Pfizer/BioNTech (Comirnaty, Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) or Moderna (Spikevax)
VACCINE STATUS CONFIRMATION
If you are planning any travel abroad or are a frequent traveller we recommend you register for the NHS App. If you have been advised you need to prove your vaccine status, other than your vaccine card please follow the guidance below:-
- You can register with the NHS App the information regarding your vaccine status will show within the App shortly after each dose. The NHS App is available for Smartphones and Tablets.
- Request your vaccination status online Via the NHS Website
- If you are unable to access the information in this way, you can call the NHS COVID Helpline on 119 and request a letter to confirm your vaccine. Letters can be generated 5 days after you have completed both doses of the vaccine, take on average 5 days to be delivered, so please ensure to request this well before you travel.
You can request letters if the following apply:
- you’ve had 2 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine
- you had your vaccination in England
- you’re aged 16 or over
- GP surgeries are NOT able to issue letters regarding COVID Vaccine Status.
COVID-19 remains a serious health risk. It is important to stay cautious and help protect yourself and others. To check if you need medical help, please use 111 coronavirus service. Please call 111 if you cannot get help online. DO NOT go to your GP surgery, hospital or pharmacy.
The practice is unable to arrange tests for coronavirus. Tests are available online or by calling 119.
Important COVID-19 Information
Find out about the main symptoms of coronavirus and what to do if you or your child has them.
- Testing and tracing
Get a test to check if you have coronavirus, understand your test result and find out what to do if you’re contacted by NHS Test and Trace.
- Self-isolation and treating symptoms
Advice about staying at home (self-isolation) and treatment for you and anyone you live with.
- People at higher risk
Advice for people at higher risk from coronavirus, including older people, people with health conditions and pregnant women.
- Long-term effects (long COVID)
Find out about the long-term effects coronavirus can sometimes have and what help is available.
- Social distancing and changes to everyday life
Advice about avoiding close contact with other people (social distancing), looking after your wellbeing and using the NHS and other services.
- Take part in research
Find out about health research studies and how you may be able to take part.
HOW TO APPLY FOR AND RECEIVE YOUR COVID PASS MEDICAL EXEMPTION?
- Phone the NHS COVID Pass service on 119 to ask for an NHS COVID Pass medical exemptions application form.
You can also call to find out more information about COVID Pass medical exemptions.
The call handler at the NHS COVID Pass service will ask you some questions.
You will need to give:
- Your name
- Your date of birth
- Your NHS number (if you know it)
- The name of your GP and/or specialist clinician
- If you’re eligible to apply, you’ll get an application form by post.
You should not ask your GP for an application form. If you do go to your GP before you get your application from, you’ll be asked to call the NHS COVID pass service on 119.
- Return your application form to the GP or relevant clinician stated on the form. Your application will be clinically reviewed by your doctor, specialist, or midwife. Your GP, specialist or midwife may ask to speak with you if needed, but you won’t need to book this when you submit your application.
- You’ll automatically get the results of your application by post 2 to 3 weeks after applying. You don’t need to contact your GP or the clinician reviewing your exemption unless they ask you to contact them.
- If you get a medical exemption, you can use the domestic NHS COVID Pass wherever you need to.
The pass won’t show others that you have a medical exemption, just that you have the NHS COVID Pass.
You can access your NHS COVID Pass digitally – on the NHS app or the NHS website. You can also download it as a pdf.
The paper version of the pass will be available soon. Find out more about the NHS COVID Pass on the NHS website.
- The clinical decision on your medical exemption is final. You can’t appeal the decision.
Receiving an exemption does not mean you are protected against COVID-19. You should self-isolate if you have any symptoms of COVID-19.
IF I HAVE A COVID VACCINE AND THEN TAKE A LATERAL FLOW OR PCR TEST, WILL THE TEST SHOW POSITIVE DUE TO HAVING THE VACCINE?
No, you will only test positive if you actually have COVID, the Vaccine does not give you COVID, it will not give a positive result on any test.
HOW DO I BOOK A COVID BOOSTER?
You should receive a text message invite from Medicus Health Partners and your surgery, or call the telephone number 0208 370 4900 (option 1).
ARE THERE “WALK-IN” CLINICS RUNNING?
Please book whenever you receive an invitation, however there is a “Walk-in” Clinic at MHP-Carlton House, 28 Tenniswood Road, Enfield, EN1 3LL
WILL MY GP KNOW THAT I HAVE HAD A BOOSTER?
Yes, we will make a record of your vaccination that will be sent to your GP
CAN I GET FLU AND COVID BOOSTER VACCINES AT THE SAME TIME OR IN THE SAME APPOINTMENT?
You may be offered the flu and booster COVID vaccine simultaneously, subject to the availability of vaccine stocks.
The COVID booster can only be given 3 months after your 2nd dose and 28 days after any COVID infection.
I am travelling and need to prove my Vaccine status.
Please use one of the options listed under Vaccine Status Information
Can my GP write me a letter to prove I have had the Vaccine?
No, GPs are not able to offer this – please see the options available to obtain this under Vaccine Status Information.
Will my COVID-19 vaccines show in the NHS App?
Yes, when you have a vaccine for COVID-19 your app will update with the information after each dose. (please allow up to 3 working days for this to show in the App)
HOW SOON AFTER HAVING COVID-19 CAN I HAVE MY BOOSTER?
You can have your booster 28 days after you had a positive test for COVID-19, or 28 days after your symptoms started, so you may need to wait.
HOW LONG DO YOU HAVE TO LEAVE BETWEEN HAVING A COVID-19 VACCINATION AND YOUR BOOSTER?
The gap between the 2nd Dose and the Booster is now 3 months
WHEN A CHILD FROM 12-17 HAS COVID, HOW LONG DO THEY HAVE TO WAIT BEFORE THEY CAN HAVE A VACCINE?
If your child has tested positive for COVID-19 and is not in a high risk group, they need to wait 12 weeks before they can have a COVID-19 vaccine.
DO I GET A CHOICE OF VACCINE?
We are not able to offer choices, if there is a medical reason you need a certain vaccine, we will need a letter from your GP or consultant explaining the reason for a certain vaccine.
WHAT IS THE MAIN BOOSTER VACCINE AVAILABLE?
Currently this is Pfizer, we do have Moderna sometimes.
I HAD A SHINGLES VACCINE 3 DAYS AGO; CAN I HAVE A COVID VACCINE?
Please do not book or walk-in for COVID-19 Vaccine is you have had Shingles Vaccine in the past 7 days. You must leave 7 clear days after a Shingles Vaccine before having a COVID Vaccine.
CAN I GET A 2ND DOSE OF ASTRA ZENECA?
Yes, 2nd dose is available, please be advised that the Booster will be Pfizer or Moderna even if you have the Astra Zeneca vaccine for your first doses.