Where can I get vaccinated?

The vaccine is our best route out of the pandemic and is already protecting millions of people across the country. In Sunderland, there are lots of opportunities to get your vaccination.

Drop-in clinics this week

The clinics are for anyone over the age of 18 for their FIRST dose only.

If you are due your second dose, you are asked to contact your own GP practice to book your second appointment. It is important to remember that you need to have the same dose as your first, as that provides the best protection, and your second dose should be 8 weeks after your first.

Friday 9th July

  • Grindon Lane Primary Care Centre, 8am – 6pm
  • Riverview Health Centre, 8am – 6pm

Saturday 10th July

  • Millfield Medical Centre, 8am – 6pm
  • Riverview Health Centre, 8am – 6pm

Sunday 11th July

  • Washington Primary Care Centre, 8am – 6pm

Millfield Medical Centre, 8am – 1pm

Tuesday 13th July

  • Houghton Primary Care Centre, 9am-12pm

Thursday 15th July

Riverview Health Centre, 9am – 5pm

Friday 16th July

  • Riverview Health Centre, 9am – 5pm
  • Grindon Lane Primary Care Centre, 9am – 5pm

Saturday 17th July

  • Bunny Hill Primary Care Centre, 9am – 5pm
  • Millfield Medical Centre, 9am – 12pm

Sunday 18th July

  • Grindon Lane Primary Care Centre, 9am – 12pm
  • Washington Primary Care Centre, 9am – 5pm

Large vaccination sites

Large vaccination sites have lots of appointments, with more being added all the time. They have the most options in terms of times if you are looking to book an appointment at a set time and date.

All large vaccination site appointments can be booked through the National Booking System or by calling 119.

They include :

  • The Nightingale Vaccination Centre North East (located in Washington).
  • Durham Arnison Centre
  • The Centre For Life Vaccination Centre
  • Vertu Motors Arena (formerly the Newcastle Eagles Community Arena)