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COVID VACCINES

Pfizer 4th dose Boosters are here!

4th dose Booster vaccines are now available to anyone 30 years and older, and currently must be at least 3 months after your previous COVID booster vaccine. See booking details below.

Pfizer clinics for dose one, dose two and Booster doses (dose 3).  

First booster vaccines are available to anyone 16 years and older, and currently must be at least 3 months after your second COVID vaccine. You are also able to book first and second doses if you have not already received a COVID-19 vaccine.

You must have a valid Medicare card to receive a vaccine at our practice. Appointment bookings are ONLINE ONLY through our website or via the HotDoc app on your mobile.

Pfizer vaccine appointments

Novavax is here – clinics are held fortnightly on a Friday morning

Novavax is available to anyone 18 years and older, for dose 1 and 2. Two doses are required initially (called the primary course). These 2 doses are usually given at least 3 weeks apart.

Novavax can be used as a booster for anyone aged 18 years and above if no other COVID-19 vaccine is considered suitable for that individual. Please discuss this with your GP.

It is not currently approved as a booster to the general public however we will update this page as new information comes to hand.
Appointments can be booked by clicking the button below.

Novavax vaccine appointments

More information about the Novavax vaccine is contained HERE.

Kids Pfizer vaccines

Pfizer vaccines for children aged 5 years to 11 years are now available to new and  existing patients. If your child has not been to the practice before please bring a patient summary from their current GP. Appointments can be booked by clicking the button below.

Kids Pfizer vaccine appointments

IMPORTANT – please scroll down to read information you need to know PRIOR to attending your appointment.

How can I make an appointment (Pfizer vaccine)?

Anyone aged 5 years and older is eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine.

You must have a valid Medicare card to receive a vaccine at our practice. Appointment bookings are ONLINE ONLY through our website or via the HotDoc app on your mobile.

Pfizer vaccine appointments

PRIOR to attending your appointment:

How can I prepare for the COVID vaccination?

There are a number of things that you can do to prepare. These things will help us register your vaccination in the Australian Immunisation Register as well as enabling you to access a record of your vaccination. Start preparing by:

  • make sure your Medicare number is valid and not expired
  • Bring your Medicare card to your appointment and show it to reception when you check-in

  • make sure your details are up to date with Medicare

  • wear a short sleeved top or t-shirt
  • set up a MyGov or Medicare online account

How do I Provide Consent?

It is important that you understand the risk and benefits and side effects of any medical treatment or vaccine. We would like you to read the information attached HERE before your appointment. You will be asked for verbal consent during the appointment and this will be recorded on your file.
Information about when you should not have the vaccine is contained HERE.

What can I expect after the COVID Vaccine (Pfizer)?

You can read the Post Vaccine Information Fact sheet HERE.

Getting proof of your COVID vaccines

Click the link to find out how to get proof of your COVID vaccines. It may take up to 24 hours for this information to update following your vaccination HERE.