We are a COVID-10 vaccination provider
Having a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine is one way we can protect our community against coronavirus. COVID-19 vaccines help to prevent serious illness and death from COVID-19, and they are free for everyone in Australia.
We are happy to help provide COVID-19 immunisation for our local area and wider community.
When can you receive your COVID booster?
Everyone aged 16 years and older is recommended to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster dose to maintain an ‘up to date’ status. This booster dose is now recommended from 3 months after the last primary dose.
If you have had another vaccine, for example the influenza vaccination, in the 7 days before your COVID-19 vaccine appointment, please let us know as we may need to reschedule your appointment.
Are you eligible for the COVID-19 oral anti-viral medication?
Anti-viral medication is available to eligible patients once your have tested positive.
If you test positive for COVID-19, you may be eligible for antiviral treatments if you are:
- 70 years of age or older, regardless of risk factors and with or without symptoms
- 50 years of age or older with 2 additional risk factors
- Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, 30 years of age or older and with 1 additional risk factors.
Risk factors for these groups include:
- living in residential aged care
- living with disability with multiple conditions and/or frailty (but not limited to living in supported accommodation)
- neurological conditions like stroke or dementia and demyelinating conditions e.g. multiple sclerosis, Guillain-Barre Syndrome
- chronic respiratory conditions including COPD, moderate or severe asthma
- obesity or diabetes (type I or II requiring medication)
- heart failure, coronary artery disease, cardiomyopathies
- kidney failure or cirrhosis
- living remotely with reduced access to higher level healthcare.
People aged 18 years or older
If you test positive for COVID-19 and are moderately to severely immunocompromised, you may be eligible for antiviral treatments.
- blood cancer or some red blood cell disorders (thalassemia, sickle cell disease)
- transplant recipient
- primary or acquired (HIV) immunodeficiency
- chemotherapy or whole-body radiotherapy in the last 3 months
- high dose corticosteroids or pulse corticosteroid therapy in the last 3 months
- immunosuppressive treatments in the last 3 months
- rituximab in the last 12 months
- cerebral palsy or Down Syndrome
- congenital heart disease
- living with disability with multiple conditions and/or frailty.
Booking your COVID-19 vaccination appointment?
Positive for COVID-19?
Telehealth consultations are available with our clinicians.
If you have tested positive and requiring non-urgent medical attention, please call the clinic on 02 6059 2700 to arrange a telehealth appointment.
During this appointment your can also discuss with your clinician if you are eligible for the anti-viral medication.
Victorian Virtual Emergency Department
The Victorian Virtual Emergency Department allows you to access care for non-life-threatening emergencies, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
You will be connected to an emergency doctor and nurse via a video call and receive medical advice from the comfort of your home.
Please click here for more information.