AVS now taking bookings for Onsite Covid-19 and flu vaccinations

flu and covid-19 vaccination needle

COVID-19 Vaccinations

We are one of the limited authorised organisations that can administer onsite corporate Covid-19 vaccination programs under the Department of Health’s National Vaccine Administration Partners Program (VAPP)

Australian Vaccine Services (AVS) are pleased to announce that we have been appointed by the Department of Health to the National Vaccine Administration Partners Program (VAPP), which allows AVS to administer Covid-19 vaccinations in workplaces.

Booster vaccinations are now available to people that are 18 years and over and had their second dose was more than six months ago.

Getting the booster vaccination has not been made mandatory by the Government, however it is highly recommended as it will strengthen your immune system and help maintain a high level of protection against serious illness from the COVID-19 virus.

Due to the varied timing that your staff would have likely had their 2nd dose, AVS are currently scheduling onsite Covid-19 booster and flu vaccinations clinics throughout the remainder of 2021 and all of 2022.

Due to the high demand for Nurse Immunisers nationally and the anticipation that most people will be eligible for their booster from January 2022, we highly recommend booking clinics early to not being able to secure dates.

Onsite Covid-19 vaccination program are being partially fund by the Federal Government, with the remaining cost of the service to be funded by organisations wishing to hold clinics at their workplace.

In limited circumstances, coadministration of flu and Covid-19 vaccinations may be possible. Please let us know if this is something you are interested in, and AVS will phone to discuss whether it is possible based on your companies’ circumstances.

Workplace staff wearing face masks after receiving their COVID-19 booster vaccination
Business executive standing in the office giving 'all ok' sign after receiving her COVID-19 booster vaccination onsite at her workplace
Close-up of gloved nurse hand holding a syringe drawn with the COVID-19 vaccine in preparation for administering to workplace employees

Workplace Covid-19 Vaccination Program

Stage 1. Expression of Interest

Onsite flu vaccination program and Pharmacy Flu Voucher partnership with multiple major chains

Department of Health

Document and Approve

a. The Department of Health requires your company and AVS to enter into a Heads of Agreement (document to be provided by the Dept. of Health/AVS). 

b. Dept. of Health reviews the submission and approves clinics to be scheduled.

Stage 2. Scheduling

Nurse Availability

Room Requirements

a. Based on Room Requirements outlined by the Dept. of Health, clinics will be scheduled by AVS based on Nurse availability.

Stage 3. Clinic

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COVID-19 Vaccination

Nurses

a. A minimum of 2 nurses will be required per clinic held onsite. (Use current wording for arrival/post vaccination time)

b. Based on 2 nurses vaccinating onsite, our nurses vaccinate on average 2 people per 5 minutes for a maximum of 20 an hour. Time will be assigned during each 60 minutes onsite for vaccines to be drawn up.

Stage 4. Completion

Australian Immunisation Register

Medicare Records

a. Upon completion of your clinic(s), AVS will update patient records to the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR), so that patient Medicare records are up to date.

Contact us for a quote

Australian Vaccine Services Workplace COVID-19 Vaccinations including Booster Shots

P: 1800 FLU VAC (1800 358 822)
P: 02 8097 0753
E: sales@ausvacs.com.au
E: accounts@ausvacs.com.au

If you would like to receive a quote for your corporate COVID-19 and flu vaccination program, please complete the enquiry form or alternatively, please email the sales team with the following information:

Company Name

  • Contact Number
  • Number of Employees
  • Estimated Number of Skin Checks
  • Number of Sites
  • Site Locations

For all other enquires, please visit our contact page.