Please note, COVID-19 vaccine exemptions will only be given for the following reasons:
anaphylaxis to a previous dose of a COVID vaccine or previous anaphylaxis to any component of a COVID vaccine. Temporary exemption may be given for some acute medical conditions.
Potential exposure at the clinic on 12th October
We were advised at 5PM today (Friday 15th October) that a person who attended Vermont Medical Clinic from 2.45PM to 3.30PM on Tuesday 12th October has tested positive today for COVID-19. The infected person was asymptomatic until Thursday morning. The risk is very low but you must get tested if you develop any symptoms.
COVID-19 Information and Immunisation Bookings
We are publishing appointments in clinics for first Pfizer Comirnaty vaccine as vaccine stock becomes available. If there are no appointments available you may recheck at intervals, or you may book in for AstraZeneca vaccine if you are aged 18 or over. We are now accepting Pfizer bookings for people aged from the age of 12. For those over 60 please note that we have not been allocated additional vaccine stock, so you may still wish to book for AstraZeneca vaccine if you wish to be immunised sooner.
For Pfizer we are now accepting bookings for the first or second vaccination. For those attend for their first, an appointment for your second vaccinations will be made at this appointment.
If you have FEVER or RESPIRATORY INFECTION (e.g. cough or shortness of breath, with or without fever):
DO NOT DIRECTLY ENTER THE CLINIC. CALL US FIRST ON 9874 2422
You will receive instructions on whether you can be assessed on site, the procedure to do this safely, or whether other arrangements have to be made.
SERIOUSLY ILL PATIENTS MAY BE ADVISED TO ATTEND A HOSPITAL OR CALL AN AMBULANCE.
In this time of COVID-19 it is sometimes necessary to isolate at home. If this happens to a doctor they can still work remotely by telephone or video. This link takes you to bookings for doctors who cannot come to the clinic.