The AstraZeneca Vaccine can be administered to peoples over the age of 60 and peoples under the age of 60 who do not have access to the Pfiizer Vaccine, according to the NSW government. However, the Pfizer Vaccine is recommended to those aged 16-60. Please speak with your GP  to learn about the risks and benefits. 

Patrick St Medical Centre is administering 10 doses of the AstraZeneca Vaccine every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. As a result of a countrywide shortage, we are not in possession of the Pfizer Vaccine during this time. 

Vaccinating

If you would like to receive the AstraZeneca Vaccine at Patrick St Medical Centre, you must read all the necessary information, which can be physically picked up or emailed to you.

 

If you have any further questions, call us on 8814 8813 to book an appointment with your GP. 

A consent form must be signed before we can order your vaccine dose, and once this has occurred your vaccination appointment cannot be cancelled or rescheduled. 

Government Information

To find out more official information about Covid-19 and recommendations regarding receiving the jab from Australia's Health Ministers, please follow the links below from NSW Health.

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Latest NSW Update

Missed what our NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian had to report regarding COVID-19 in NSW? Read about the latest updates below.

Vaccinating A Child

Covid-19 Jab

Find out if you are eligible for the COVID-19 jab in NSW by following the link below, and how to make a state approved appointment.

Covid-19 Screening

Get Tested

Experiencing symptoms? Follow the link below to read about the state's health advice and where your local testing centre is. 

Rapid Antigen Testing

Patrick Street Medical Centre now offers rapid antigen testing.