We are delighted to team up once again with the NHS. Our award-winning venue will be used to offer the public a location to receive their COVID-19 Booster Vaccination from the 3rd January until the 31st March 2022.

This follows on from the success earlier in 2021 when Millennium Point opened its doors to the NHS and became the first mass vaccination centre in the heart of Birmingham. Reopening the vaccination centre will play a vital role in protecting lives, and in supporting the continuation of the recovery of our region.

You can book your vaccination appointment here or through your GP.

Book an appointment, get vaccinated, save lives

Appointments can be booked 7 days a week between 8am and 6pm based on availability. The vaccination centre will be inside Millennium Point and you can book your booster vaccination online here, please do not call Millennium Point as we cannot book your vaccination for you.

There are safety and hygiene measures in place to keep visitors, staff, and volunteers safe during their visit at Millennium Point. These include the requirement to wear a face covering, enhanced cleaning regimes, plus hand sanitising stations available throughout the venue.


Need help?

Visit our frequently asked questions page where you can find information from about booking your vaccine, to what to bring with you. Or you can find more information on the Birmingham and Solihull NHS website.

Prefer to speak to someone? Call 119 for the COVID-19 NHS Emergency helpline who will be able to provide you with more information about what to do.

How to get Millennium Point

Being situated in Birmingham City Centre with onsite parking, getting to us is easy and accessible whatever mode you’re traveling. Look at our getting here page for more info.


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