COVID-19 Vaccine Updates

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Forest Hill Family Clinic wants to ensure you have the latest news and updates about COVID-19 Vaccination. If you prefer video, please watch this: LINK TO VIDEO.

Forest Hill Family Clinic has been selected to provide the COVID Vaccine. We will be commencing sometime in April. At this stage we will be only given 50 doses per week

The vaccine(s) approved for use in Australia are Pfizer and Astra Zeneca. You can read more about them here:

All the information about the vaccine is publicly available here: You should start reading and informing yourself about the vaccination there.

Our aim is to vaccinate as many patients as possible in the shortest possible time. Only book when you are ready to have the vaccine. If you are unsure or you have questions about the vaccine, you should visit:

The initial phase 1b vaccine rollout is only for those aged 70 and over, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 55 and over, those aged 18-69 with certain chronic conditions and workers in target groups.  To receive the vaccine you will need to provide proof of your eligibility.  You can check your eligibility here  COVID Vaccine Eligibility Checker

Based on order of priority, we will shortly send out SMS invitations to book. When you receive that invitation, please book quickly as vaccine stocks will be limited. Right now, you can prepare by downloading our booking app so you are ready to book as soon as  you receive the invitation.

BOOKING APP LINK (Apple Link and Google Link). Forest Hill Family Clinic booking link Here

We will be updating information on our website regularly on

Please do not call reception to enquire about vaccines as we are experiencing large numbers of calls. If you would like to discuss with your doctor, please make an appointment

We look forward to seeing you in the clinic.

The team at Forest Hill Family Clinic




We encourage you to have your annual flu shot as the flu vaccine changes yearly to keep up with the most common strains. Vaccination from mid-April onwards is likely to result in peak immunity during the flu season.

Flu vaccines are also free for:

Pregnant women (a flu vaccine can be safely given at any stage of pregnancy)

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people 6 months and older

Patients with chronic conditions or are severely immuno-compromised

There is no fee for the consultation, just the cost of the flu vaccine, if applicable.

For more information about the flu vaccine, please visit 2024 Fluvax Information.