COVID-19 Vaccinations

Booster shots are now available

Pfizer and Moderna Booster vaccinations are available now by appointment only, for those that are eligible under the Australian Governments rollout of the vaccine. That is, for people that are at 18 years or older and it has been 4 months since the second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. From 31 January 2022, the interval between dose 2 and 3 changes to 3 months. We stock AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine for those that had complications with Pfizer of Modern previously. We accept online appointments only. Do not call the practice to book.

COVID-19 vaccinations are available for eligible patients

Vaccinations are available by appointment only, for those that are eligible under the Australian Governments rollout of the vaccine. We accept online appointments only. Do not call the practice to book.

 COVID-19 vaccine availability

Please note that we offer AstraZeneca, Moderna and Pfizer  COVID-19 Vaccines. Make sure you book under the correct COVID-19 Vaccine Practitioner on HotDoc, e.g. Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Practitioner [12+ years]. Some vaccines have limited stock.

First, second, and third (booster) doses

We will be administering both first, second and third doses of the AstraZeneca, Moderna, and Pfizer vaccine sequentially. If you have had your first dose of Pfizer elsewhere, you can still have your second or third dose of with us, this applies to all vaccine brands.

PLEASE READ: We are following the recommendations from the Department of Health and ATAGI. If you had your first dose of AstraZeneca, then your second dose will be AstraZeneca NOT Pfizer – the vaccines are not interchangeable with the exception of the booster.

Appointments are available online using the booking button below

Please note your doctor will not be administering the vaccine during normal appointments. We will host vaccination sessions each week – there will be no other available time slots. Click the “Book Vaccination” button below then select the corresponding “COVID-19 Vaccine Practitioner” in the HotDoc booking platform.

Queries about receiving the vaccine

If you have any queries about receiving the vaccine, please make a standard appointment to discuss directly with your doctor, prior to your COVID-19 vaccination appointment.

Are COVID-19 vaccines suitable for people under the age of 18?

Currently the AstraZeneca vaccine is approved for people 18 years or older. The Moderna vaccine is approved for people of 12 years of age or more. There are two approved Pfizer vaccines, Pfizer 5-11 years and Pfizer 12+ years. Should you have any further queries, please consult your doctor.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I get to choose which vaccine I get, AstraZeneca or Pfizer?

We currently have stock of both the AstraZeneca, Modern and Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine. If you book an AstraZeneca appointment for dose 1, you will receive the AstraZeneca vaccine for dose 2. If you book a Pfizer appointment for dose 1, you will receive the Pfizer vaccine for dose 2. The vaccines are not interchangeable, that means that your second dose will be the same vaccine as the first dose. We will be checking your immunisation history on the Australian Immunisation Register at each appointment. The only exception is your booster shot, Pfizer and Moderna are the recommended vaccines unless you suffered complications previously.

Do I need an appointment to get the COVID-19 Vaccine?

Yes, appointments are essential. We will not be accepting walk-ins. Please book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment online.

Can I come earlier and wait for my appointment time?

We ask that you arrive 5 minutes prior to your allocated appointment time only, otherwise you will be asked to wait outside. This is to avoid overcrowding for everyone’s safety.

What happens if I am late to my appointment?

We will do our best to accommodate you with the next available appointment however if you are more than 10 minutes late, you may be asked to reschedule.

Can I get my COVID-19 vaccine during a regular appointment with my doctor?

No, COVID-19 Vaccines will only be administered during our COVID-19 Vaccination sessions.

What happens if there is supply issues and there isn’t enough vaccine for my appointment?

We will do our best to communicate directly with you and reschedule your appointment to the next available.

I don’t have a Medicare card, can I still be vaccinated?

Yes, we are vaccinating all eligible members of the public. Please make an appointment online.

How do I organise a vaccination?

Vaccinations take place at Collingwood Medical and are by appointment only. Appointments can be booked online.



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