Information for Residents, Patients and Visitors
Last updated 3 March 2021
The health of our community, patients, visitors and staff is our biggest priority during the COVID-19 pandemic. Stawell Regional Health along with the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services (the department) is closely monitoring developments regarding COVID-19. Advice is continuously updated so any arrangements may change quickly or new rules may apply on the day, or in the future.
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Last updated 11 March 2021
Information from the Australian Department of Health
- Learn about COVID-19 vaccines
- About vaccines for COVID-19
- Australia’s COVID-19 vaccine agreements
- Finding information about COVID-19 vaccines
- Our plan for vaccines and treatments
COVID-19 Vaccines at Stawell Regional Health
Stawell Regional Health welcomed the news that the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine to regional Victorians is progressing and will become available locally to those people who choose to be vaccinated, in a very safe, inclusive and accessible way.
The medical, nursing and pharmacy teams have been preparing to receive, store and administer the COVID-19 vaccine in order to support the delivery of vaccinations in our community. Unfortunately, we do not yet have confirmed dates yet for vaccine distribution. The Commonwealth and State government are controlling the release and distribution of the vaccines, and we are ready for when our allocation arrives.
At this point in time SRH have been providing a vaccination program for our residents in our residential care facility and we will be rolling out our staff vaccination program as soon as we have vaccines available.
SRH will also be supporting the Stawell Medical Centre in the provision of a GP-run COVID-19 vaccination clinic.
The GP COVID-19 Vaccination clinic is offering a registration process for community members that are seeking a COVID-19 vaccinations and who meets the listed Phase 1b criteria.
Eligible local community members are invited to register their interest in the form below to receive a COVID-19 vaccine; those registered will be contacted as vaccines become available.
We want to strongly encourage all members of our community to consider participating in the COVID-19 vaccination program, to visit the information websites such as the health department website:
https://www.health.gov.au/initiatives-and-programs/covid-19-vaccines to learn more about the vaccination process, or discuss it with their GP’s at their next visit.
How to register your interest to receive a COVID-19 Vaccine at Stawell Regional Health
Register your interest to receive a COVID-19 vaccine at Stawell Regional Health as follows:
Step 1: Use the COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Checker to find out if you are in a Phase 1b priority group.
Step 2: Register your interest by using the online SHR Vaccination Registering Form.
Step 3: Download, print and complete a Vaccine Consent Form.
Step 4: Deliver your completed consent form to either Stawell Medical Centre or Building A, SRH Hospital reception.
Be prepared for SRH to contact you to arrange your appointment. Please note: Appointment times will depend on the number of available vaccines.