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Coronavirus Vaccines

Coronavirus Vaccine Bookings can be made online using the ‘Appointments’ tab or by calling 0499 557 100 on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday’s between 10am – 2pm. If no one is available to answer, we will call you back, provided you haven’t called from a private number. Reception staff are not able to book Coronavirus Vaccine appointments.

Anger and aggression towards our staff will not be tolerated.

You need to meet the criteria of the 1B vaccine roll out, in order to receive the vaccine, at this time. We appreciate that patients are wanting to be immunised and we are grateful for your patience in waiting for services to be provided.

Patients can check their eligibility and find out more information regarding the roll-out from the following link

https://covid-vaccine.healthdirect.gov.au/eligibility

You will need to print out the following two forms – one for registration (new patients only) for the Vaccine and one for Consent to receive the Vaccine.

Download Registration form here

Download Consent to Vaccine form here

We are currently Bulk Billing all patients, who have a current Medicare card. Please be advised, if you require use of our treatment room for a removal, iron infusion, IDU insertion etc. a treatment room fee may apply (this fee is not claimable through Medicare.) Please discuss with your Doctor before booking your appointment.

Dr Kwai Lee will be doing Telehealth only
appointments on Wednesday’s and Friday’s and will not be in the clinic on these days.

Telehealth appointments are still available for patients, however please be aware that patients must have been seen in our clinic for a Face-to-Face appointment in the last 12 months. If you are unsure if you are eligible, please phone the clinic to discuss.

For Face-to Face appointments, patients are to call the clinic when they arrive but are to remain in their car, until they are called to come into the clinic for their appointment.

We are asking patients not to attend the clinic, unless by prior arrangement.

Face masks must be worn when attending our clinic.

We understand that this is an unusual and stressful time for everyone and appreciate your patience and understanding when attending our clinic.

Latest News

Important Coronavirus Update:
For all up to date information please refer to
https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

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