Toggle Contrast
Printed at: 07:40:10 / 26-02-2021

COVID-19 vaccinations

Second Dose of Covid-19 Vaccination Booking

If you received your first dose of the Covid-19 vaccination at the hospital you should now book for your second dose.

If you are a patient you should have received an appointment letter in the post. If you have not received this please call the Vaccine Administration Team, Monday-Friday, 9am – 5pm, on  01908 995148 and they will be pleased to assist you. Alternatively, please email [email protected].

If you are a member of health and social care staff you should have received a letter explaining how you can book a time using our app. If you have not already booked, please use the appropriate link below to book a convenient time.

When booking via the app please enter an email address and telephone number. These will allow us to make contact with you should we need to reschedule the clinic.

The vaccinations continue to take place in the Hospital’s Academic Centre. Please arrive no more than 5 minutes before your allocated time to avoid overcrowding in the vaccination centre. Please come alone unless you require the assistance of a carer.

Further information regarding the vaccine and what to expect at the appointment can be found on the Trust’s website

If you require any assistance please call the Vaccine Administration Team, Monday-Friday, 9am – 5pm, on  01908 995148 or email [email protected].

Covid-19 Vaccination Administration
Milton Keynes University Hospital

Local people aged over 75

Milton Keynes University Hospital has filled all available appointments to vaccinate local people aged 75 or over. If you are over 75 and have yet to receive an appointment for your COVID-19 vaccination, please wait to be contacted by your GP to book your appointment. Please do not contact the hospital to try and book an appointment.

Health and care workers

The hospital is continuing to vaccinate local care home workers and NHS staff. Click here for more information. 

Vaccine safety

Any coronavirus vaccine that is approved must go through all the clinical trials and safety checks all other licensed medicines go through. The UK has some of the highest safety standards in the world.

Vaccines will only be used if they are approved by the MHRA. The MHRA has been monitoring every stage of coronavirus vaccine development.

So far, thousands of people have been given a coronavirus vaccine and no serious side effects or complications have been reported.

Who will get the vaccine?

At first, the vaccine is being offered to people who are most at risk from coronavirus, before being offered more widely.

At Milton Keynes University Hospital, we are currently vaccinating:

  • local people aged 75 and over
  • local care home workers
  • local NHS staff who have been assessed as being at the highest risk of serious illness from COVID-19.

The final decision on who gets the vaccine first was made by the government following advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI).

Read the latest JCVI advice on priority groups for the COVID-19 vaccination on GOV.UK

You will be contacted when it’s your turn.

Receiving your COVID-19 vaccination

If you have booked to have your COVID-19 vaccination at Milton Keynes University Hospital, please have your NHS number to hand when you arrive at the vaccination centre.

Appointments will take 30-45 minutes and will be held at the Academic Centre, which is located opposite the hospital main entrance and next to the multi-storey car park.

When you come for your appointment please bring:

  • ID
  • Reading glasses (if required).

For details on free parking and what to expect when you get here, visit:


Information for patients
Information for staff
Getting to the hospital