COVID-19 Vaccination Programme



Updated 14 January 2021

Oxfordshire COVID-19 Vaccination Programme

Thanks to some truly outstanding work done by our clinicians, staff, patient participation group members and community volunteers, the roll- out of the COVID-19 vaccination programme in Oxfordshire is well under way.

Across Oxfordshire we have one hospital hub and local vaccination sites now administering COVID-19 vaccinations to the top two priority groups. The first vaccinations were delivered to patients (aged 80 and over), care workers and frontline NHS staff on 8 December at the county’s first hospital hub at the Churchill Hospital. Since 15 December, 18 local vaccination services have opened in a phased approach across our primary care network sites; the final three will start vaccinations by the end of the week in Carterton, Faringdon and Banbury.

With the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine now available, GP practices are also able to reach out, more easily, to housebound patients as well as care home residents and staff.

Plans are also under way for a large scale vaccination centre being provided by Oxford Health NHS FT. The location and opening date will be confirmed soon. 

Each local vaccination site is managing its own patient lists and is working through them as quickly as possible, as vaccine supplies are delivered.

The sites are listed with the individual GP practices they serve:

Local vaccination centre

GP practices served by this centre

Chipping Norton Health Centre

Bloxham Surgery

Chipping Norton Health Centre

Cropredy Surgery

Deddington Health Centre

Wychwood Surgery, Shipton under Wychwood

Hart Surgery, Henley

Hart Surgery, Henley

Bell Surgery, Henley

Nettlebed Surgery

Sonning Common Health Centre

Banbury Cross Health Centre

Banbury Cross Health Centre, Banbury

Malthouse Surgery, Abingdon

Abingdon Surgery

Malthouse Surgery, Abingdon

Bartlemas Surgery, Oxford

Bartlemas Surgery, Oxford

Cowley Road Medical Practice, Oxford

St Bartholomews Medical Centre, Oxford

St Clements Surgery, Oxford

Jericho Health Centre, Oxford

27 Beaumont Street, Oxford

28 Beaumont Street, Oxford

Jericho Health Centre, Oxford

King Edward Street, Oxford

Observatory Medical Practice, Oxford

Barton Neighbourhood Centre

Barton Surgery, Headington

Bury Knowle Health Centre, Headington

Manor Surgery, Headington

Wood Farm Health Centre, Headington

Windrush Health Centre, Witney

Cogges Surgery, Witney

Eynsham Medical Centre

Nuffield Health Centre, Witney

Windrush Medical Practice, Witney

Leys Health Centre, Oxford

Donnington Health Centre, Oxford

Hollow Way Medical Centre, Oxford

The Leys Health Centre, Oxford

Temple Cowley Health Centre, Oxford

Wallingford Community Hospital

Goring & Woodcote Medical Practice

Mill Stream Surgery, Benson

Wallingford Medical Centre

Morland House Surgery, Wheatley

Chalgrove & Watlington Surgeries

Morland House Surgery, Wheatley

The Rycote Practice, Thame

Clifton Hampden Centre

Berinsfield Health Centre

Clifton Hampden Surgery

Long Furlong Medical Centre, Abingdon

Marcham Road Health Centre, Abingdon

Heritage Centre, Bicester

Alchester Medical Group, Bicester

Bicester Health Centre

Montgomery House Surgery, Bicester

Kennington Health Centre

Botley Medical Centre

Islip Medical Practice

Gosford Hill Medical Centre, Kidlington

Islip Medical Practice

The Key Medical Practice, Kidlington

Woodstock Surgery

Cherwell School, Oxford

19 Beaumont Street Surgery, Oxford

Banbury Road Medical Centre, Oxford

Luther Street Medical Practice, Oxford

Summertown Health Centre, Oxford

Didcot Civic Hall

Didcot Health Centre

Woodlands Medical Centre

Oak Tree Health Centre

Wantage Health Centre

Church Street Practice, Wantage

Newbury Street Practice, Wantage

Carterton Health Centre

Bampton Surgery
Burford Surgery
Broadshires Health Centre
Charlbury Surgery

RAC Business Park, Faringdon

White Horse Medical Practice

Grimsbury Community Centre, Banbury

Windrush Surgery (Banbury)

Hightown Surgery

Woodlands Surgery



We are working hard to deliver the vaccinations as quickly as supplies are made available. Because there is a phased approach being taken, some people are waiting longer than others.

Everyone in the priority groups, registered with an Oxfordshire GP practice, will be invited in due course. Please wait to be contacted with an invitation to attend. You will be given full details of when and where to go.

Enthusiasm from patients and the public has been huge and GP practices are finding their patients are keen to benefit from the vaccination when called.

People in our communities have an important part to play to help the NHS to deliver the vaccination programme and we are asking:

  • please don’t contact the NHS to seek a vaccine, we will contact you
  • when we do contact you, please attend your booked appointments
  • please continue to follow all the national lockdown guidance to control the spread of the virus and save lives

For further information go to GOV.UK website

There will be lots of information coming and people will be invited to get the vaccine when they are eligible, so please be patient. We will continue to update this web page as this major programme progresses.

Covid-19 Vaccine:

An effective vaccine is the best way to protect the most vulnerable from coronavirus.

The Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine will be used for the vaccination programme. It has recently been approved for use in the UK. You will need two doses. This vaccine is shown to offer up to 95% efficacy and has been given regulatory approval by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).

The Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine is also on stream with more than half a million doses initially available, with tens of millions more to be delivered in the coming weeks and months once batches have been quality checked by the MHRA. More than 730 vaccination sites have already been established across the UK and hundreds more are opening  to take the total to over 1,000, helping those who are most at risk from COVID-19 to access vaccines for free. You will also need two doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.


The full prioritisation list can be found here and is as follows (in order of priority):  

  • Residents in a care home for older adults and their carers 
  • All those 80 years of age and over and frontline health and social care workers 
  • All those 75 years of age and over 
  • All those 70 years of age and over and clinically extremely vulnerable individuals 
  • All those 65 years of age and over. All individuals aged 16 years to 64 years with underlying health conditions which put them at higher risk of serious disease and 
  • mortality 
  • All those 60 years of age and over 
  • All those 55 years of age and over 
  • All those 50 years of age and over 

More information

Patient information is available on the website:

  • Information for eligible adults on COVID-19 vaccination see here 
  • Information for people who have had their first COVID-19 vaccination see here
  • Information about COVID-19 eligibility and vaccine supplies - 'why are you being asked to wait?' see here
  • Help and advice for women of childbearing age who are currently pregnant, planning a pregnancy or breastfeeding see here 
  • Link to ICS level vax data stats see here

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