Doctors at Coomera Town Medical Centre

COVID-19 Vaccine Gold Coast


COVID 19 VACCINE will be available 12/04/2021.

We will provide COVID-19 Vaccine at our clinic For more information call us.

Nominated Vaccine Provider

Coomera Town Medical Centre has been nominated as one of the Covid 19 vaccine providers in northern Gold Coast area by the Australian Government. We are delighted to be a part of this historic journey to beat the Covid 19 infection in our community.

Vaccine Available in Phases

Australia’s COVID-19 vaccines have become available in phases. Priority groups have been identified using public health, medical and epidemiological evidence. Identified priority groups will get the first available safe and effective doses of vaccines. More people will have access to a vaccine as more doses become available throughout 2021.

CTMC is part of Phase 1b

The COVID-19 Vaccines national rollout strategy  details the phases in which vaccines will be available.

The first stage is the phase 1a which provides vaccine to the Quarantine, border and front line health care workers and aged care residents and staff. Coomera Town Medical Centre will be providing vaccines from phase 1b roll out and will be continued throughout subsequent phases  – 2a , 2b and phase 3 in following months.

Following groups of people will be eligible in Phase1b roll out:

  • – Elderly adults aged 80 years and over
  • – Elderly adults aged 70-79 years
  • – Health care workers (not included in Stage 1a)
  • – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people > 55
  • – Adults with an underlying medical condition, including those with a disability (need proof of these conditions)
  • – Critical and high risk workers including defence, police, fire, emergency services and meat processing (need proof of occupation)

Whether you are eligible  or not, the best thing you can do is stay up to date for next phase roll out for your vaccine and continue to be COVIDSafe.

COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs

COVID-19 vaccination is recommended for all people of eligible age (16 years or older  for Comirnaty / Pfizer Vaccine); 18 years or older  for COVID-19 Vaccine AstraZeneca) to protect against COVID-19.

There will be two doses of vaccine to be given in 3 to 12 weeks interval. The interval depends on which vaccine you will be given .

(for example Whooping cough vaccine, Influenza vaccine) 

No. Any other vaccine can be given at least 14 days apart from any dose of the Covid19 vaccine.

Covid19 vaccine is not a live vaccine. There is no evidence the Covid 19 vaccine is unsafe if you are pregnant. But more evidence is needed before you can routinely be offered it.


You may be able to have the COVID-19 vaccine

  • – if you are pregnant and at high risk of getting coronavirus because of your work,
  • – have a health condition that means you are at high risk of serious complications of coronavirus.


Please discuss with your doctor and they will explain the benefits and risks for your condition .


You can have the Covid 19 Vaccine if your breastfeeding.


You do not need to avoid pregnancy after vaccination. The vaccination cannot give you or your baby covid19.

If you are not sure about your eligibility or your circumstances, you can book an appointment with one of our doctors on 56303786 or book online.