How can I make an appointment?
Appointments can be made via our website or the HotDoc App. We are not taking appointments over the phone.

Given our current allocations of Pfizer Vaccines we are focusing on our local communities. We are accepting appointments for people within 50kms of our vaccine clinic in Nowra. If you are in a NSW Government LGA of concern we are unable to provide you and our patients a safe environment for vaccination. We encourage you to book within your local LGA.

Yes, though it is important you fill out New patient Registration and Consent forms sent to you by HotDoc. Without this information we will be unable to provide you with a vaccination and your appointment will be cancelled.
After your first dose we will provide you with a date and time for your second dose, this will be approximately 6 weeks after your first dose. Unfortunately we cannot be flexible with these appointments.
  • Please make sure you have filled out your registration and consent forms at time of making your appointment, otherwise we will not be able to provide you with a vaccination.
  • Be on time, we are vaccinating 10 people every 15 minutes, if you are late we may not be able to provide you with a vaccine.
  • Have you identification and Medicare cards easily accessible.
  • Wear loose fitting clothing for easy access to the upper part of your non-dominate hand.


Who can get a vaccine?

Find out more about COVID-19 vaccine priority groups.

Comirnaty (Pfizer) vaccine

You are able to book an appointment for the Pfizer vaccine if you are:

  • 12 to 15 years old and in a priority group
  • 16 to 59 years old.
  • All residential aged care workers regardless of age

People aged 12 to 15 years who are not in a priority group will be able to book an appointment from 13 September 2021.

Vaxzevria (AstraZeneca) vaccine

You can book an appointment for the AstraZeneca vaccine if you are 60 years or older.

If you are aged 18-59 years of age, you can choose to receive the AstraZeneca vaccine:

  • following an appropriate assessment of suitability by a qualified health professional; and
  • if you provide verbal or written consent

The current advice is as follows:

Vaccination providers can also administer Pfizer to people aged 60 and over with:

  • past history of cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVST)
  • past history of Heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT)
    past history of idiopathic splanchnic (mesenteric, portal, splenic) vein thrombosis
  • antiphospholipid syndrome with thrombosis, and
  • contraindications to COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca.
    • That means:
      • anaphylaxis to a previous dose or to an ingredient of the vaccine,
      • thrombosis with thrombocytopenia occurring after the first dose of AstraZeneca, or
      • other serious adverse event attributed to the first dose of AstraZeneca.

People aged 60 and over who do not have one of the conditions listed above are eligible to receive the AstraZeneca vaccine.

HotDoc Troubleshooting

How do I book on HotDoc?
The easiest way to access the HotDoc system is to hit the Book an Appointment button at the top of this screen, then select the practice you want to book at.
Through the HotDoc system you can book an appointment for someone else or yourself. Either for yourself or someone else it is still important to fill out any registration and consent forms to enable us to complete your appointment.
The most common reason for this is you may have an appointment booked elsewhere. This will need to cancelled first before booking at our clinic.

Our receptionists are working hard to upload your details and confirm your appointment, this can take up to 24 hours. To make our job easy please fill out registration forms and consents.

Arrange an apppointment at one of our practices