Pfizer Vaccines are available at the Clinic

COVID-19 VACCINE

Please see information below about eligibility for the vaccines and then make an appointment either online or by phone.​

For Online Bookings, Please Select the appropriate item from the Drop-Down Menu to ensure the correct appointment is made. 

ONLINE BOOKINGS             PHONE BOOKINGS

** NB: IF YOU HAVE A HISTORY OF ANAPHYLAXIS TO ANYTHING (food, medications, etc), PLEASE DO NOT BOOK APPOINTMENT HERE. PLEASE BOOK FOR THE VACCINE AT A HOSPITAL OR GOVERNMENT CENTRE.  **

[A] Age 12 and above

(1) FIRST & SECOND DOSES OF THE VACCINE

  • Please book for Pfizer vaccine unless you have a contraindication to this vaccine (see below)

  • Recommended gap between the two doses is 4 - 8 weeks

 

(2) BOOSTER DOSE / 3rd DOSE

  • Everyone age 16+ is eligible to have Booster Dose:

  • 3rd Dose is 2 - 6 months after 2nd dose

  • 4th Dose is 3-4 months after the 3rd dose (for those over age 65 or with chronic medical conditions or are immunocompromised)

  • After Covid Vaccine, it is recommended to wait 3 months before having a Booster dose

 


IMPORTANT NOTES

(1) IMMUNOCOMPROMISED PATIENTS 

The following are examples of cases where its recommended to have this 3rd dose 2 months after the 2nd dose:

  • - Cancer of any type - currently 

  • - Organ Transplant - on immunosuppressive therapy

  • - Stem Cell Transplant recipients within 2yrs of the transplant (ask your specialist if its >2yr since the transplant)

  • - Immunosuppresive therapies - Prednisolone (Cortisone), Mychophenolate, Methotrexate, Leflunomide, Azathiprine, Mercaptopurine, Cyclophosphamide, Cyclosporin, Tacrolimus, and some others

  • - Biologic therapies

  • - Primary immunodeficiency conditions

  • - HIV - advanced or untreated

  • - Dialysis - haemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis

  • - If adviced by your specialist for any reason to have the 3rd dose

  • If you are not sure, please see your GP first


(2) WHO SHOULD NOT HAVE PFIZER VACCINE

  • Inflammatory cardiac illness e.g., myocarditis, pericarditis, endocarditis

  • Current acute rheumatic fever

  • People aged 12-29 years with dilated cardiomyopathy

  • Complex or severe congenital heart disease including single ventricle (Fontan)

  • Acute decompensated heart failure

  • Cardiac transplant recipients

  • Previous severe reaction to the Pfizer vaccine - eg Allergic reaction, Myocarditis, Pericarditis, etc

  • If advised by your specialist not to have this vaccine for any medical reason

  • If you have any doubts, please see your heart specialist (cardiologist) first.

 


[B] Age 5 -11 yrs

  • The paediatric Pfizer vaccine is avaialable

  • Two doses are required for good cover/protection

[C] Pregnancy

  • All pregnant women are eligible for (and recommended to have) the Pfizer vaccine (unless there is any contraindication or other need for precaution) at any stage of the pregnancy. AstraZeneca is not recommended during pregnancy.

  • If you have already had the first dose of the AstraZeneca before you became pregnant, you are still eligible for and recommended to have the Pfizer vaccine.

  • Please book an appointment with a doctor first before making the appointment for the vaccine.

Getting Your Vaccine

at the Clinic

9336 8100

or

Online Appoinment

Please Select the appropriate item from the Drop-Down Menu to ensure you make the correct appointment.

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