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Covid-19 Vaccination Services

Information & how to book

Book for COVID-19 Vaccination

The COVID-19 vaccination is now available at DPV Health Medical Centres in Mill Park and Broadmeadows and roaming pop-up sites near you. We are taking bookings for those who are eligible. See below for details.

We are dedicated to helping you through the COVID-19 pandemic, offering testing to stay safe and the COVID-19 vaccine to protect you, your family and the community.

Download DPV Health’s COVID-19 Vaccination information brochure:

For general information and updates on COVID-19 vaccine visit: https://www.dpvhealth.org.au/coronavirus-vaccination/

DPV Health is currently offering the AstraZeneca (Pop-up Centre) vaccine to:

The COVID-19 vaccination is now available at DPV Health Medical Centres in Mill Park and Broadmeadows and roaming pop-up sites near you. We are taking bookings for those who are eligible.

  • Quarantine and border workers
  • All healthcare workers (public/private and acute/community-based services)
  • Public and private sector aged care staff and residents
  • Disability care staff and residents
  • Household contacts of quarantine and border workers
  • Critical and high-risk workers who are currently employed including defence, police, fire, emergency services and meat processing
  • People aged 60 years and over
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 60 years and over
  • Adults with an underlying medical condition or significant disability
  • People deemed to be are vulnerable and at high risk of contracting or developing serious illness from COVID-19 (i)
  • Residents of high-risk accommodation (ii)
  • Corrections and detention staff and clients
  • Customer-facing transport workers

The COVID-19 AstraZeneca vaccine can be used in adults aged under 60 years where the benefits clearly outweigh the risk for that individual and the person has made an informed decision based on an understanding of the risks and benefits.

If you are aged between 50 to 59 years and have already had your first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine, and did not experience abnormal side effects, ATAGI recommends you still receive your second AstraZeneca dose. This will provide you with greater coverage against severe illness from COVID-19.

For more information on the AstraZeneca vaccine click here.

Pfizer vaccine will be offered to people aged 40-59 at Mill Park Medical Clinic from 12 July. Please call 1300 234 263 (press option 1) for further details or to book.

To check your eligibility click here.

DPV Health Medical Centres

Broadmeadows

42/48 Coleraine St, Broadmeadows

To book call: 1300 234 263 (press 1 for medical)

(Closed on Public Holidays)

*AstraZeneca only.

 


Mill Park

20 Civic Drive, Mill Park

To book call: 1300 234 263 (press 1 for medical)

(Closed on Public Holidays)

*AstraZeneca & Pfizer.

Pop-up Sites

Epping

Open until Fri July 30

Epping Memorial Hall

827 High St, Epping

Mon-Fri:  9:30am – 5:30pm

(Closed on Public Holidays)

*AstraZeneca only.

To book call: 1300 DPV VAX or dial 1300 378 829 alternatively, call the Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 675 398. For an interpreter, press 0.

Booking is recommended. Limited walk-in times are available dependent on demand, waiting times expected.

 

Broadmeadows

Opening Tues 27 July 

Town Hall Broadmeadows

10 Dimboola Rd, Broadmeadows

Mon-Fri:  9:30am – 4:30pm

(Closed on Public Holidays)

*AstraZeneca only.

To book call: 1300 DPV VAX or dial 1300 378 829 alternatively, call the Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 675 398. For an interpreter, press 0.

Booking is recommended. Limited walk-in times are available dependent on demand, waiting times expected.

 

Request a call back

If you would like to book a COVID-19 Vaccination at any of our sites, you can fill in the form below and we will call you back to arrange your booking.

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Resources & Downloads

For resources in translated languages, please scroll to the bottom of the page.

What to bring

Please bring your Medicare card if you have one. We would advise you to download and fill in the consent form available below and bring it to your appointment. If you have had another vaccination recently, including for seasonal influenza, you should wait at least 14 days before having your COVID-19 vaccination.

Critical and High-Risk Workers – Proof of occupation (ID card, letter from employer) will be required to demonstrate eligibility.

Elderly people – All standard forms of identification (drivers licence, passport).

Underlying medical condition – MyHealth Record or a referral from GP or treating specialist. Alternative medical records, including:

  • printout of your medical history as recorded in your clinical records
  • printout of your chronic disease care plan
  • discharge summary from a hospital or other medical facility
  • valid script or medication prescribed to treat one or more of the relevant medical conditions

Where none of these is available, individuals may complete a Phase 1B Declaration Form

How can I prove I’ve been vaccinated?

Australians can already access their immunisation history statement through Medicare for proof of vaccination, both digitally and in hard copy, if required. Statements can be viewed on an individual’s Medicare online account or via the Medicare app. Your immunisation history statement will record your COVID-19 vaccinations, following each dose.

Videos

COVID-19 vaccines – How vaccines work

This video describes how vaccines work in the body after you receive a vaccination.

COVID-19 vaccines – How vaccines work – Arabic

This video gives information on Australia’s COVID-19 vaccines.

COVID-19 vaccines – How vaccines work – Turkish

This video gives information on Australia’s COVID-19 vaccines.

COVID-19 vaccines – How vaccines work – Punjabi

This video gives information on Australia’s COVID-19 vaccines.

COVID-19 vaccines – How vaccines work – Hindi

This video gives information on Australia’s COVID-19 vaccines.

COVID-19 vaccines – How vaccines work – Macedonian

This video gives information on Australia’s COVID-19 vaccines.

COVID-19 vaccines – How vaccines work – Italian

This video gives information on Australia’s COVID-19 vaccines.

Get in touch

Contact us form

If you would like to make contact with us, to leave a message or query, please complete the form below.

Translated Resources

Click below for resources in English and translated languages:

National coronavirus and COVID-19 vaccine helpline: 1800 020 080

COVID-19 Lockdown Update

All DPV Health sites will remain open for emergency and medical treatments, however, some services will be affected.

Clients with existing appointments will be contacted to reschedule or convert their appointment to Telehealth.

Please call 1300 234 263 for more information.

For mental health support during these difficult times, our Head to Help service is available on 1800 595 212.

If you have an appointment with DPV Health, please click below to check the current COVID-19 exposure sites prior to attending.