LYPFT Covid Vaccination Centre
This page contains Covid19 vaccination information for our staff and service users. Page last updated: Thursday 18 November 2021
Most of our service users will be able to receive a Covid booster vaccination at our Vaccination Hub at The Mount in central Leeds (see below). Please contact the vaccination booking team if you don’t feel you can travel to receive your vaccine at The Mount or any other location in Leeds.
If you’ve got any questions, our expert vaccination team is here for you. You can contact them by email at email@example.com or phone 0113 85 58866.
If you are a member of LYPFT staff looking for information on getting your Covid booster, we’ve created a dedicated page for you.
What’s it like to receive your vaccination at The Mount?
In the video below we follow NHS volunteer Pat Moody through our vaccination hub as she receives the her Covid-19 vaccination.
When vaccine boosters will be rolled out
Our booking team will contact our service users. If you are eligible you should receive a letter. If you haven’t received a letter and feel you are eligible to receive your vaccine booster from us, you can contact the vaccine booking by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0113 85 58866.
Our Vaccination Hub at The Mount (The Annexe building)
Our vaccination centre is at The Mount Annexe Building, 44 Hyde Terrace, Woodhouse, Leeds LS2 9LN. It is close to the University of Leeds campus and Leeds General Infirmary. You can find it on Google Maps here.
On arrival please go to the Annexe building rather than the main reception (see photo below).
Parking: There is a small car park on site and there is on-street parking in the surrounding area. Please note that some on-street parking is short stay, and some is for residents only – please double check where you park! We are able to offer other car parking options close by which the booking service admin team can let you know about.
How to get your vaccine
Mental health, autism and learning disability service users in Leeds
If you are a mental health or learning disability service user, our team will make direct contact to invite you to our vaccination centre at The Mount. If you cannot travel for your vaccination, please let our booking team know.
COVID-19 vaccine information for anyone else based in Leeds
The NHS in Leeds has published a range of information on how you can access Covid-19 vaccinations in a number of ways. Visit their website to find out more.
Why vaccinations are important / patient information leaflets
In the video below Dr Amir Khan, Dr Dawn Harper and Dr Karan Ranj explain why it is more important than ever for people to get their winter vaccines (flu and COVID-19 booster) as soon as possible as both viruses have the potential to cause serious illness and hospitalisation.
The Government has provided thorough descriptions of each vaccine and how they work:
For the Moderna vaccine visit https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/regulatory-approval-of-covid-19-vaccine-moderna
You can also visit www.nhs.uk/CovidVaccine.
We’ve put together a collection of useful videos about the Covid vaccination. They feature our own staff, NHS professionals, official sources, community leaders and real stories from people in Leeds who have received the vaccination. They include easy read guides for people with learning disabilities.
Visit our You Tube channel to watch them.
Patient information leaflets:
- Covid booster leaflet
- Easy Read Covid booster leaflet
- Vaccination Advice for people who are at higher clinical risk – Nov 2021
- Phase 2 Vaccination Guide for adults – under 50s
- Covid-19 vaccination – a guide for older adults
- What to expect after your Covid-19 vaccination
- Why do I have to wait for my Covid-19 vaccine?
- Protection for healthcare workers
- Covid-19 vaccination – a guide for young people
- What to expect after your vaccination – young people
Accessible formats and translated leaflets
- What To Expect After Vaccination – Large Print Leaflet
- Films from GPs about the vaccination in community languages
- Easy Read – what to expect after your vaccination
- Easy Read – guide to Covid-19 vaccinations
- Short film – for people with a learning disability and autistic people. (Describes what is a vaccine is, how vaccines are made, why you should get a vaccine, whether a vaccine make you ill and how to decide whether to have a vaccine.)
Easy read guide to the COVID 19 vaccine
Guide to getting your vaccination
How you will feel after the Covid vaccination
What to do after your vaccination
Please contact email@example.com if you need printed, audio versions, braille or any other community language formats of any of the above resources and we can arrange to forward them to you.
Frequently asked questions
Frequently Asked Questions
The NHS in Leeds publishes a range of frequently asked questions and information on the Covid booster programme. You can read the latest on their website.
BBC Asian Radio Network asked listeners to send their questions about the Covid Vaccine. Divya Chadha Manek from the UK Vaccine Taskforce addresses their concerns https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-55279549.
This recording also includes translations in 5 South Asian languages.
Reporting side effects - the Yellow Card Scheme
The Yellow Card Scheme – Covid vaccine
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is committed to improving patient safety. By reporting suspected side effects, we can help make vaccines better for everyone.
Please report any suspected side effects online at https://coronavirus-yellowcard.mhra.gov.uk/ or using the Yellow Card app.
Anyone can report to the Yellow Card scheme, whether for themselves or on someone else’s behalf.