We are collecting information in clinic on who has had the Covid Vacination.  This is for our therapists information and protection, we have no intention of refusing services to those not vaccinated.  We are so pleased to see that according the Hackney Councils website 83% of people aged 60-69 , 91% of people aged 70-79 and 86% of over 80’s living in Hackney and City have been vaccinated.  However if you have been vaccinated please continue to be careful, there were 21 beds occupied on average in Homerton last week (up until 17th September 21) and the older you are the higher your risk of getting ill er with Covid.   


If you haven’t yet had the  Vaccine you can book here or walk in to any of these clinics 

You can book your vaccination appointment through the national NHS booking system or by calling 119.

You can also attend a local vaccination pop-up clinic by walking in or calling 020 8356 3111 to confirm your appointment.

Local vaccination centres

John Scott Health Centre, 220 Green Lanes, Woodberry Down N4 2NU

Pfizer or Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations:

  • Wednesday – Friday, 3.30 – 6pm
  • Sunday, 2.30 – 4:30pm

St Leonards Hospital vaccination centre, Nuttall St N1 5LZ

Pfizer vaccinations.

  • Monday : 10am-7pm
  • Tuesday: 12 noon-7pm
  • Wednesday: 12 noon-7pm
  • Thursday: 10am-6pm
  • Friday: 10am-6pm
  • Saturday: 12 noon-7pm

The Vaccination Centre, 3a Bocking Street E8 3RU

Pfizer or Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations:

  • Monday – Tuesday, 3.30 – 6pm
  • Saturday 9am – 6pm
  • Sunday 10am – 12:30pm

Pharmacy clinics

Bees Pharmacy, 199-201 Rushmore Road E5 0HD

Pfizer or Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations.

  • Mon-Fri 9am-6.30pm
  • Sat 9am-4pm
  • Sun closed

Boots, 120 Fleet Street EC4A 2BE

Moderna vaccinations.

  • Monday-Friday 8.30am-5.30pm – closed for lunch 12 noon-1pm

Clockwork Pharmacy – 398 – 400 Mare Street E8 1HP

Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations.

  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 9am-7pm
  • Thursday and Saturday: 9am-6pm

Haggerston Pharmacy, 201 Haggerston Road E8 4HU

Pfizer or Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations.

  • Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm
  • Sundays (from 15 August) 9.30am-4.30pm

Murrays Pharmacy, 96-98 Murray Grove N1 7QP

Moderna vaccinations.

  • Monday-Friday 9am-6pm
  • Saturday 9am-5pm

Silverfields Pharmacy,141 Homerton High Street E9 6AS

Pfizer or Astrazeneca-Oxford vaccinations.

  • Monday-Saturday 9am-6.30pm

Spring Pharmacy, 233 Hoxton Street N1 5LG

Moderna and Pfizer vaccinations.

  • Monday-Friday 9.30am-6pm
  • Saturday 9.30am-5pm

at St Leonards 

Changes for a Covid Safe Clinic

We are taking every precaution to ensure we are all Covid safe.  These are the  changes we have had to make.

  • Everyone has to come in through the main entrance where you will have your temperature taken.
  • You will be given a mask if you haven’t got one of your own – nobody is allowed in the hospital without one unless they are exempt.
  • The lift has been completely overhauled and is now (almost) a pleasure to use.
  • When you get to the second floor, you will ring the bell as usual and, once you enter, you will be asked to clean your hands.
  • Reception has been changed and there is a barrier in place in front of the desk to protect you from close contact with the receptionist.
  • We can accept payments by card now, as well as in cash or by cheque.
  • We’ve changed the clinic timetable so there will only be one person waiting in Reception at any one time.
  • That means that you have to stay downstairs in reception until 5 or 10 minutes before your appointment.
  • We have had to close our toilet, so please take this opportunity to use the toilet on the ground floor, which is having extra cleaning, before you come up to us.
  • Your practitioner will be ready for you because they have extra time now to clean the room throughly between patients.
  • All practitioners will be wearing the PPE that is necessary for them to keep you safe and volunteers and staff will be wearing masks.
  • Sadly, we are unable to offer anyone refreshments.
  • Because we have to keep everything clean, please don’t bring in any unnecessary bags and we would also ask you to ask any carer to wait in the downstairs reception so we can keep people apart in our small clinic.

Got any questions – please give us a ring on 0207 739 2533

Impact of COVID 19 on Hoxton Health
Like most charities and many businesses COVID 19 has had a big impact on our finances and has reduced our ability to deliver services by about 1/3rd.
We want everyone to be able to live as painfree and healthy as possible.  This is why we are always fundraising to keep providing subsidised treatments.  If you are shopping on line you can help us by making us the charity of your choice.

If you shop at Amazon could you support our work by making us your charity of choice

Find out how you can help fundraise for us through household bills  or text a donation up to £20 by texting Hoxton20 (or Hoxton5 if you want to donate £5) to 70085 and we can claim an extra 25% back in gift aid on your donation

More lung strengthening exercises

As we learn more and more about the effects of Covid-19, it is becoming more and more obvious that your respiratory strength is really important. Here is a video by a London hospital doctor that you can do to improve your breathing. It’s not too late to improve your lungs.


Strengthening your lungs

03/04/2020 by hhealthc / Edit post

Helen is a singer. She’s made a video of an exercise Ingo Titze invented to help singers strengthen their lungs. Right now, we all need to do that, so take a look at this exercise and practise, practise, practise.

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