COVID-19 Vaccine | Aspire Medical and Skin Centre

We an Australian Government approved COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic.  You will be getting AstraZeneca vaccine COVID-19 vaccination.

***Please call in to book your Covid Vaccination – At this stage, we are only offering appointments on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 2:30m to 3:30.*****

Step 1: Read this prior to vaccination appointment Preparing for COVID-19 Vaccination  Information on COVID-19 AstraZeneca vaccine.

Step 2: Check if you are eligible for Covid-19 Vaccine by clicking on the Eligibility Checker. If eligible, then this tool will allow you to book online.  You can select your preferred medical center.

• Our clinic’s patients can call us and book an appointment directly with the receptionist.
New Patients must bring their Health Summary from their regular GP to their vaccination appointment. Your appointment must be rescheduled if you don’t have this with you.
• If you’re under 50 you cannot currently book through the vaccine clinic finder. Further information on booking a vaccination will be available soon.
• If you’re between 50-70, you need to bring a printed/signed copy of the “Eligibility Declaration Form.”

Please bring your Medicare card if you have one.

If you have had another vaccination recently, including for seasonal influenza, you should wait at least 14 days before having your COVID-19 vaccination.

Step 3: Consent Form

Please COMPLETE, PRINT & BRING this consent form with you to your vaccination appointment with the doctor. It will significantly delay your appointment if you don’t have a printed/completed form. In case, you don’t have a printer at home, please go to Officeworks or the nearest Library. Consent Form

After your COVID-19 Vaccination

For information on Post Vaccination Care.

If you are not eligible for Medicare, you can still receive a vaccine without charge. Please attend a GP-led Respiratory Clinic or state vaccination clinic. The COVID-19 vaccine is free for everyone in Australia. You will not be charged for the vaccination or the appointment.

Find out more about COVID-19 vaccines