Current advice is to wait 6 months after your Covid-19 infection before receiving your next due Covid-19 vaccination. If you have any questions, please book an appointment with your doctor to discuss.

When can a person receive a COVID-19 Vaccine dose after contracting COVID-19?

Some people have short-term adverse reactions to the vaccine. 

Although uncomfortable most short-term symptoms (1-2 days from vaccination) 

will pass. 

Harding Street Medical Centre stocks COVID-19 vaccinations for adults 18+

Advice and support

Bring your photo identification and make sure you have no viral symptoms! 

After checking your consent form,

our nurses and doctors will make sure you are feeling comfortable during the vaccination and for the required 15 minute post injection observation. 

Harding Street Medical Centre COVID-19 Vaccination

What to expect?

 Just book a COVID-19 clinic 

appointment online (Bulk-billed) or request the vaccination during your GP visit. Standard consulation fees for the GP appointment may apply. All COVID-19 vaccination clinics are bulk-billed.

If you do not hold a medicare card, you may still be eligble to recieve a free vaccination if you meet the state government criteria. The criteria can be found here.

Harding Street Medical Centre

 is providing COVID-19 vaccinations to exisiting and new patients. We now stock both the Astra Zeneca and Pfizer vaccinations.

To find out which vaccine you are eligable for, click here, or for more information here

Australian's over 60, or due for a 2nd dose of AZ, are currently elegible for Astra-Zeneca vaccination.

Australians, 40-59 yrs 

or who are eligible as a priority group (incl. pregnancy) are recommended to have Pfizer 

at a state vaccination hub.

Advice and support

Book your vaccination

Am I eligible?

We are taking extra precautions to help preserve the safety of our clients and staff. 

Please ring reception to book your appointment if you have a fever, cough or flu-like symptoms so we can accommodate you promptly.

Viral Symptoms

Social Distancing

We are very privileged to have a spacious clinic, where our patients can wait in comfort, while social distancing. 

  • Masks may be worn.
  • Please do not arrive early for appointments
  • Please maintain 1.5m from other clients and reception.

We encourge you call before coming to see if your doctor has been delayed.

You may wait outside, but please check-in with reception so that we know you have arrived.

Changes to our practice in response to the global pandemic

If you require proof of a vaccination, they are available via Express Plus Medicare App; My Health Record via myGov; or by phoning the Australian Immunisation Register on 1800 653 809

Proof of Vaccinations

Harding Street Medical Centre is committed to providing compassionate healthcare of the highest quality to our community. We have a special focus on illness prevention and risk reduction in relation to chronic disease. We strive to care for our comnunity with kindness and respect. We acknowledge the Wurundjeri woi wurrung people of the Kulin nation, on whose land we work. We welcome people of any race, colour, nationality, religion, gender, sexual orentation, ability and age.

We appreciate your feedback.

If you have any concerns simply Contact us 

Our Practice Manager will address any concerns.

Or you may contact the 

Office of the Health Services Commissioner


(emergency only)

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General Practice

16 Harding Street,

Coburg, VIC, 3058

Phone: 03-9384-1321

Fax: 03-9384-1431