168 Somerville Rd, Yarraville, Vic 3013
Call Us: 03 9351 7699
Which vaccine will I get?
Pfizer 1st Dose - Age 12+ (Age 5-11 from January 10th 2022)
Pfizer 2nd Dose - Have already had 1st Pfizer dose (3-6 weeks ago) (8 weeks for 5-11yo 2nd dose)
Moderna 1st Dose - Age 12+
Moderna 2nd Dose - Have already had 1st Moderna dose (4-6 weeks ago)
AstraZeneca - Age 18+
When is the 2nd Dose due?
Pfizer Vaccine: You will require a second dose 3-6 weeks later.
Moderna Vaccine: You will require a second dose 4-6 weeks later.
AstraZeneca Vaccine: You will require a second dose 4-12 weeks later.
Pfizer Vaccine 5-11yo: You will require a second dose 8 weeks later.
Who is eligible for BOOSTER dose (3rd dose) of Covid19 vaccine?
- Anyone aged 18 and over
- It’s recommended that all adults get a COVID-19 booster (3rd dose) at least five months after your second dose.
- Pfizer or Moderna can be used as a booster vaccine.
- It is recommended to "mix & match" and have a different brand for your booster from your primary course.
- You can book in for your Pfizer or Moderna BOOSTER (3rd dose) online now.
I am severely immunocompromised. Should I have a 3rd dose earlier?
ATAGI has approved a 3rd dose (given 2-6 months after the 2nd dose) to those who are severely immunocompromised. Check here to see if you fit the criteria for an earlier 3rd dose.
This can be a Pfizer Vaccine or Moderna Vaccine
TO BOOK ONLINE please click here
CONSENT FORM clickhere
Am I eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine?
Anyone aged 12 and above is eligible.
I don't have a medicare card. Where can I get a vaccine?
You can attend the state vaccination centres listed below
State Vaccination Centres include
Melbourne CBD, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Carlton, Royal Exhibition Building
Ascot Vale, Melbourne Show Grounds
St Albans, Sunshine Hospital Hub
Book these clinics by calling 1800 675 398
Or book online here
More information can be found here
I am a new patient. Where can I get a vaccine?
We are unable to accept new patients at this time due to stock supply issues.
You can book at a pharmacy or state vaccination centres.
Here is a screenshot on what you will see on the booking page. To book click here.