Opening hours

Vaccinations - Booked appointments and walk-ins

**The Vaccination Clinics at OBU are now closed**

Home rapid (LFD) Collection Times:

Headington (JHB Reception):  11am-3:30pm (Mon-Fri)

Harcourt Hill (main Reception): 8am-2pm (Mon-Fri)

Marston Rd (main Reception): 8am-2pm (Mon-Fri)

Swindon Reception: 8:30am-3:30pm Mon to Fri

Wheatley: NHS Mobile Testing Unit, Thursdays

 

Contact us

It is essential that you DO NOT book these appointments if you have any Covid symptoms. 

If you have tested positive for Covid (either using this asymptomatic test or through NHS testing site) or are quarantining due to entry into the UK please let us know immediately by using this reporting form.

If you have Covid symptoms then you MUST book a free test through the NHS here.

If you have any questions which are not answered by our webpage and Frequently Asked Questions here please email the team: covid-19@brookes.ac.uk

If you are experiencing technical difficulties with this system please visit service.brookes.ac.uk to chat or raise an incident.

Important information

Welcome to our booking system.  This is where you should book first and second Pfizer vaccinations.

The clinics are open from 6 Sept - 17 Sept.

**The Vaccination Clinics at OBU are now closed**

The vaccination clinics are for Oxford Brookes University students and their immediate and extended family members who are 17 years and 9 months old and above. They are also open to Oxford Brookes staff and their family members.

No ID documents are needed to receive a vaccination - however please bring your NHS number if you have one, and you know it. Find your NHS number online

Announcements

It is essential that you DO NOT book these appointments if you have any Covid symptoms, or are quarantining or isolating. 

Vaccinations: **The Vaccination Clinics at OBU are now closed**

Please refer to the latest vaccination information on our Brookes webpages.

These clinics will offer first and second dose Pfizer vaccinations for Oxford Brookes University students and their immediate and extended family members who are 17 years and 9 months old and above.

They are also open to Oxford Brookes staff and their family members.

You should only use this clinic for your second dose if you received your first Pfizer vaccination more than eight weeks ago. 

If your first Pfizer dose was administered outside the UK vaccination programme and was not a Pfizer vaccine, please consult your GP or NHS staff at the vaccine clinic who can advise what second vaccine dose you should receive. 

When you attend the clinic for your first dose, you will receive information about how to book your second dose via the NHS website.


Once you’ve received your injection you’ll be asked to sit down and wait for 15 minutes afterwards.

 

Maps and directions

Headington Vaccination Centre is on the Ground floor, Abercrombie Building, Headington Campus (map).

 

Directions and maps to all Brookes Sites are here.