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Hepatitis A Vaccination Bookings

  • Do I have to book in for a vaccination?
    No, appointments are not mandatory for vaccinations at our pharmacy. We welcome walk-ins, making it convenient for you to receive your vaccination without prior booking. There's no need to schedule online; simply visit our pharmacy during vaccination operating hours. Upon arrival, you'll be required to fill out a brief paper form before receiving your vaccination. While appointments are not mandatory for vaccinations at our pharmacy, we recommend booking in advance to ensure availability. It's important to note that booking ahead can guarantee availability, as walk-in appointments may be subject to availability based on demand.
  • Do you offer walk-in vaccinations?
    Walk-ins currently available: Monday - Friday: 9am - 6pm Saturday: 9am - 12:30pm
  • What vaccinations do you offer?
    Vaccinations we provide are: COVID-19 Flu Shingles Whooping Cough DTPa + Polio Hepatitis A Hepatitis B Typhoid Japanese encephalitis Meningococcal disease Chicken Pox (Varicella) Measles, Mump & Rubella (MMR) Polio HPV
  • What will happen when I arrive at the pharmacy for a vaccination?
    As with all vaccination providers, the pharmacist is required to make a final assessment of your eligibility to receive any vaccination on the day of your appointment. This will include completing the pre-screening process and gaining your consent to complete the vaccination service. In addition, as at other vaccination clinics, the pharmacist will request that you remain in the pharmacy for 15 minutes to monitor you for side effects from the vaccination. Finally, the pharmacist will upload the details of your vaccination to the Australian Immunisation Register.
  • What should I do if I miss my appointment?
    If you miss your scheduled appointment for any reason, please reach out to us! If you contact us within 24 hours of the missed appointment, our staff can try to reschedule your appointment over the phone, depending on availability. Please contact us to cancel or reschedule either by emailing us at contact@stanmorestationpharmacy.com.au or call us at (02) 9569 4396.
  • How much does the COVID-19 vaccine cost?
    COVID-19 vaccine doses are free for everyone in Australia.
  • How much does the flu vaccination cost?
    $25 for general patients The vaccination is free if you're eligible under the National Immunisation Program: all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 6 months and over certain medical conditions that increase your chance of severe influenza and its complications pregnant women (at any stage during pregnancy) people aged 65 years and over. Full list @ https://www.stanmorestationpharmacy.com.au/nip-eligibility
  • How much are your other vaccines?
    The prices of our other vaccines are: Shingles (Shingrix): $299 Whooping Cough (Boostrix): $55 DTPa + Polio (Boostrix IPV): $90 Typhoid (Typhim): $80 Hepatitis A & Typhoid (Vivaxim): $155 Chicken Pox/Varicella (Varivax): $80 Hepatitis A (Avaxim/Havrix): $80 Hepatitis B (Engerix-B Adult): $40 Hepatitis B (Engerix-B Child): $40 Japanese encephalitis (Imojev) | Single Dose: $280 Japanese encephalitis (Jespect) | Two Doses: $130 per dose Meningococcal disease (Nimenrix): $75 Meningococcal B (Bexsero): $140 Measles, Mump & Rubella (Priorix): $50 Polio (Ipol): $70 Human Papillomavirus/HPV (Gardasil 9): $230
  • Who is eligible for a COVID-19 booster vaccination?
    Eligibility for a COVID-19 booster vaccination are: 75 years and older: Recommended every 6 months. 65 - 74 years: Recommended at least every 12 months, but can receive every six months. Talk to your healthcare provider about the risks and benefits. 18 - 64 years: With severe immunocompromise: Recommended at least every 12 months, but can receive every six months. Talk to your healthcare provider about the risks and benefits. Without severe immunocompromise: Can receive every 12 months. 5 - 17 years With severe immunocompromise: Can receive every 12 months. Without severe immunocompromise: Not recommended.
  • What are the eligibility requirements of NIP-funded Flu vaccinations?
    The seasonal influenza vaccine is funded under the National Immunisation Program (NIP) for the following groups at higher risk of complications from influenza: People aged 65 years and over All Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people aged 6 months and over Children aged 6 months to less than 5 years Individuals aged 5 years and over with medical risk conditions, including: Cardiac disease Chronic respiratory conditions Chronic neurological conditions Immunocompromising conditions Diabetes and other metabolic disorders Chronic renal failure Haemoglobinopathies Children aged 6 months to 10 years on long-term aspirin therapy Pregnant women
  • If I get more than 1 vaccination in the same arm, will it be more painful or sore afterwards?
    Generally, receiving multiple vaccinations in the same arm shouldn't necessarily make it more painful or sore compared to receiving just one. However, individual pain tolerance and sensitivity can vary, so some people might experience more discomfort regardless. It's always a good idea to communicate any concerns or discomfort with the pharmacist before or during the vaccination process. They can offer advice and support to help manage any discomfort you may experience.
  • Do I need to bring anything to my appointment?
    If you did not enter your Medicare card details during the booking process or if you are a walk-in appointment, please ensure to bring your Medicare card with you.
  • What age do you have to be to get the flu vaccination?
    Pharmacists are able to vaccinate from those who are 5 years old and above. Children below the age of 5 will need to see their GP for a flu vaccination.
  • Who performs the vaccinations?
    Vaccinations are carried out by qualified pharmacists.
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