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Healthier Futures - Vaccination services

Hospital Hubs

The following Hospital Hubs will offer the vaccine to patients who are  80+ year olds, care home staff and priority healthcare staff. 

  • Walsall Manor Hospital
  • Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust
  • Sandwell & West Birmingham NHS Trust
  • Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust 

Vaccination Services

The following vaccination services which are primary care based will offer the vaccine to patients within their Primary Care Networks (PCN) group from one nominated site.  Every GP practice across the Black Country and West Birmingham is linked to a PCN and is offering the vaccine to patients. In addition to this, each PCN is signed up to vaccinate patients in local care homes. 


  • Northway Medical Centre (Sedgley, Coseley,Gornal PCN) Dudley
  • Feldon Lane Medical Practice (Halesowen PCN) Dudley
  • Brierley Hill Methodist Church (Brierley Hill and Amblecote PCN)
  • Revival Fires (Dudley and Netherton PCN)
  • Kingswinford Community Centre (Kingswinford & Wordsley PCN)
  • Stourbridge National Spiritualist Church (Stourbridge, Wollescote & Lye PCN)


  • Darlaston Health Centre (Walsall West 1 and West 2)
  • Sycamore House (Walsall South 2 PCN)
  • Forrester Street Surgery (Walsall South 1 PCN)
  • Bloxwich Active Living Centre (Walsall North PCN)
  • Oak Park Leisure Centre (Walsall East 1 & East 2 PCN)
  • Keys Medical Centre (Walsall West 2 PCN)


  • Wood Road Surgery (Unity West PCN) Wolverhampton
  • Mayfield Medical Practice Branch (Unity East PCN)
  • Woodcross Medical Centre (Wolverhampton South East PCN)
  • Keats Grove Surgery (Wolverhampton North Network)
  • Alfred Squire Road Health Centre
  • Whitmore Reans Health Centre

Sandwell & West Birmingham

  • Enki Medical (Modality) 
  • Whiteheath Medical Centre (Your Health Partnership PCN) Sandwell & West Birmingham
  • Brasshouse Community Centre - (Caritas PCN) and 
    (Central Health Partnerships PCN)
  • Portway Lifestyle Centre (Citrus Health PCN), 
    (Newcomen PCN) and (Oldbury and Langley PCN)
  • City Hospital - Cardiac Rehab Gym (i3 PCN, Peoples Health Partnership & Urban Health PCN)
  • Lyng Community Centre (Health Vision Partnership & Together 4 Healthcare)

Pharmacy Sites

  • Bruton Pharmacy at Moxley Methodist Church, High Street , Moxley
  • Cornwell's Chemist at 126 Great Wyrley Community Centre, Landywood Lane, Walsall
  • Pharmacy Express Ltd at Wellington Road Community Centre, 27 Wellington Road Dudley
  • Masters Pharmacy at 182-184 Vicarage Road, Oldbury

The national booking service will also contain details of your nearest large vaccination centre (currently Millennium Point in Birmingham). If you are able to travel to get to a larger centre, you can choose to receive your vaccination there if you wish. If you prefer to be vaccinated at your local service, you can simply ignore the letter and your GP will contact you in due course.

In The News

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  • Local health leaders show support for carers during Carers Week 2020

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