HUBS FOR VACCINE

Dominion Centre Covid Vaccine Hub

Transport to the site for Patients

  •  Transport for patients to the site can be arranged by the practice with ECT or if there are any issues or the patient does not fulfil the criteria the patient can call ECT directly on 020 8813 3210.
  •  Dial-a-ride is a membership service open to anyone with a permanent or long-term disability that prevents them from using public transport. Individuals must register as a member to use the service.  This is a link to the registration site. https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/dial-a-ride/  Parking for Patients
  •  At the Dominion Centre there is a total of 15 disabled bays.
  • One disabled bay is in front of the Centre, on the main road which also has 5 parking bays, where people can park for up to 30 minutes; these 6 bays have been suspended with signage saying these are reserved for people attending the vaccination site and they will be allowed to park for up to 60 minutes. I am sure the bays at the front of the building will be used to drop off relatives and then the person can park at Featherstone Terrace.
  • Featherstone Terrace car park has 7 disabled bays and around 50 parking bays which are charged at £1.20 per hour or £5.00 for the day.
  • Next to Featherstone Terrance car park, on the right hand side, is the Local Authority car park; patients can use the 7 disabled bays only if required.
  • We will have four wheelchairs to assist patients who have difficulty in walking, but patients may have to wait for these if they are already in use.

Ealing Town Hall Covid Vaccine Hub

Transport to the site for Patients

  •  Transport for patients to the site can be arranged by the practice with ECT or if there are any issues or the patient does not fulfil the criteria the patient can call ECT directly on 020 8813 3210.
  • Dial-a-ride is a membership service open to anyone with a permanent or long-term disability that prevents them from using public transport. Individuals must register as a member to use the service. This is a link to the registration site. https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/dial-a-ride/

Parking for Patients

  •  Two disabled parking bays on the drive in front of the staff entrance at Perceval House in Longfield Avenue have been suspended with signage saying these are reserved for people attending the vaccination site.
  • The pay and display parking bays in Longfield Avenue are also available for attending the vaccination site and parking is free for blue badge holders.
  • At weekends, Perceval House car park is open for pay and display.
  • NEW – During weekdays, an additional 8 bays have been made available in Perceval House staff car park. The first bays on the right as you drive in are for patients to park and are FREE.  The bays have been signposted ‘Ealing Town Hall Vaccination Parking Only’ (90 minutes maximum).  The barriers have been left open so they can be easily accessed.

During the week there is pay and display parking in Longfield Avenue and surrounding roads.