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GREAT OCEAN ROAD HEALTH
– Covid Testing, Vaccination & Updates

 

Vaccination

Clinic Bookings

Covid Testing

& Latest Information

VaCCINATION Information:

Vaccines

The TGA has approved 2 free vaccines for use in Australia, the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine and Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine to anyone over the age of 12 years. This means these vaccines have met the TGA’s rigorous standards for safety, quality and efficacy. It will be free to all Australian residents. Great Ocean Road Health is providing the COVID-19 vaccine to the community. The priority for access is in accordance with Commonwealth guidelines.

Cancellations

If you are unable to attend your appointment, please call Lorne Medical Centre on 5289 4333 or Apollo Bay Medical Centre on 52337 8595.

2nd vaccine dose

If you have received your first dose you will be sent an invitation to book your second dose via an sms message or email. If you have any issues or didn’t receive your notification, please call our Medical Centre.

Unwell

Great Ocean Road Health has measures in place to protect our patients, visitors and staff from coronavirus. PLEASE tell us on the day of your vaccination if you are feeling unwell, no matter how mild.

Screening

Everyone entering our health service, you must undergo screening. The screening process helps us minimise the risk of coronavirus spreading to our staff, aged care residents, patients and community.

The screening process is done on your personal phone via QR code. There are posters on site that explain how to complete this process. There are also staff available in case you need help or don’t carry a phone.

Once you have completed the questions on your phone, you will get a new QR code on your phone. Please take this to the screening desk where you will have your temperature checked.

If you need help or a translator, please speak to staff at the screening desk.

Masks

Everyone visiting Great Ocean Road Health must wear a mask. Great Ocean Road Health will provide disposable masks at screening points. Remember, wearing a mask does not mean you are protected. The most effective way to protect yourself and others from coronavirus is to maintain good hygiene and physical distancing.