We are a vaccination provider

Pfizer Vaccine Available from July 5

From 5 July 2021, people aged 40 to 59 years can receive the Pfizer vaccine at our practice.

If you are aged 16 to 39 years you are also eligible if you are in one these groups:

  • Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander
  • NDIS participants and carers
  • Person with a disability
  • Carers of a person with a disability or an elderly person
  • Have a chronic health condition
  • Work in emergency services
  • Healthcare, aged care or disability care workers
  • Quarantine or border worker and their household contacts
  • Pregnant women
  • Have a contraindication to the Astra Zeneca vaccine (ie history of rare thrombosis clots)


Please visit the eligibility checker to confirm if you are eligible first.

Booking Appointments

If you are eligible for the Pfizer vaccine and want to book, please book online via Hot Doc or contact our reception to make an appointment.

Due to limited supply, we will be offering the vaccine to eligible patients on a first come first served basis.

Please note, we are not accepting any new patients and can only offer COVID vaccinations to our existing patients.

Further Resources

I’ve had my first dose of AstraZeneca, should I get Pfizer for my second dose?

No, this isn’t necessary. If you have had your first AstraZeneca vaccine dose without any serious side
effects, you can receive your second dose as planned.

To ensure maximum long term immunity, it is important you receive two doses of the same COVID-19

ATAGI advice on the AstraZeneca vaccine

On 16 June 2021, ATAGI reviewed their advice and advised that Comirnaty (Pfizer) is the preferred vaccine for people under the age of 60 years except in circumstances where the benefit is likely to outweigh risk and where informed consent has been obtained.

In people 60 years and over, ATAGI continue to advise that the benefit of vaccination with AstraZeneca COVID vaccine outweighs the risks associated with vaccination. This is due to the ongoing potential for COVID-19 outbreaks, the widespread susceptibility of the Australian population, and the strong relationship of severe COVID-19 and mortality with increasing age.

After Your Vaccination

After receiving any vaccine, you may experience minor side effects. Most side effects are mild and last no more than a few days.

Common reactions to COVID-19 vaccinations include:

  • a sore arm
  • headache
  • low level fever
  • muscle pain
  • chills
  • tiredness, or
  • joint pain.


You can use the COVID-19 vaccine side effects symptom checker if you have concerns about any symptoms after your vaccine. The checker is also available through the National Coronavirus Helpline, 1800 020 080, 24 hours a day.

Two Doses

Please note, you will require two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine (Pfizer).

These will need to be at least 3 weeks apart.

When you book your first jab, you can also book an appointment at the same time for your second jab.

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