Vaccine Programme Information | Northland DHB

Vaccine Programme Information

COVID-19 Vaccine Update 

NORTHLAND DHB COVID-19 Vaccination CLINICS 

At the moment we’re vaccinating people: 

  • aged 50 years and over, or kuia, kaumātua and their whānau (the people they live with and their carers), and people
  • aged 16-64 and have a relevant underlying health condition, or 
  • are disabled, or 
  • are in a position of caring for a person with a disability, or 
  • are pregnant (any trimester). 

If you are in the above groups, you can expect to receive an invitation from Northland DHB to book a vaccination appointment.

If you do not receive an invitation, please contact the national booking 0800 number - 0800 28 29 26.

Please note that Northland DHB 0800 booking number is no longer active. 

Note:

  • You do not need to know your National Health Index number (NHI) to book an appointment.  
  • It is really important that you provide your full legal name – not an alias name or a nickname. 
  • Please do not turn up any earlier than 15 minutes prior to your appointment and we ask that you respect our COVID-19 Vaccination Community Clinic staff, who are working tirelessly to vaccinate our community.
Māori Health Provider Vaccination Clinics   
Māori Health Provider Contact Number
Whakawhiti Ora Pai 09 409 7880
Te Hiku Hauroa 0800 808 4024
Kāeo COVID-19 Vaccination Centre 0800 465 236
Ngāti Hine Health Trust 0800 272 4842
Hokianga Health Trust 09 405 7709 ext. 709
Te Hau Ora O Ngāpuhi 0800 484 006 Option 1
Te Ha Oranga 09 439 3013 Option 1
Kia A Ora Ngātiwai 09 435-4586
Te Hau Āwhiowhio ō Otangarei Trust 0800 120 916
Pharmacy & General Practice

There are a number of pharmacies and general practices in Northland currently offering the COVID-19 vaccination programme. If your pharmacy or GP is offering the programme they will be in touch with you directly.

Nationally, the vaccine rollout for Group 4 will be in age bands and will start on 28 July.

• The first age band is people aged 60 years and over — they will be able to book their vaccinations from 28 July.

• The next age band is people aged 55 and over — bookings for this age band will open 2 weeks later, on 11 August.

Once it’s your turn, you can be vaccinated at any time — there’s no cut-off. You can register your details on Book My Vaccine any time from 28 July. This means that when it’s your turn, we will have your most up-to-date contact details and can send you an invitation to book your vaccinations.

Depending on vaccine supply and progress with other age groups, invitations will open up to people over 45 years from mid to late August, and from mid to late September for people 35 plus. Everyone else will be eligible from October.

Good places to get information are: 

www.covid19.govt.nz

www.immune.org.nz

www.health.govt.nz

www.northlanddhb.org.nz

 

For more information about Group 3 click here.

 

Influenza Vaccination

If you are over 65 years, you may choose to have your Influenza vaccination before your COVID-19 vaccination. You will need to wait for 14 days after your flu vaccination before you have your COVID-19 vaccination. If you have any questions, please talk with your health provider.

Northland DHB COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics
The clinic schedule below may be subject to change. Further clinics will be added regularly.
Area

   Venue Location       

     Days & Hours              
 Whangārei 

Northland Event Centre 

51 Okara Drive, Whangārei 

(Please wear warm clothes and bring an umbrella in case it is raining) 

Monday 26 July, 10am-5pm

Tuesday 27 July, 8am-7.30pm

Wednesday 28 July, 10am-5pm

Thursday 29 July, 8am-7.30pm

Saturday 31 July, 9am-2pm

Monday 2 August, 10am-5pm

Tuesday 3 August, 8am-7.30pm

Wednesday 4 August, 10am-5pm

Thursday 5 August, 8am-7.30pm

Saturday 7 August, 9am-2pm

 

     
 Dargaville

22 Normanby St (next to the Dargaville Yugoslav Hall)

On the opposite side of the road in - between Caltex and the Farm Machinery Centre.

Look for the flags out on the road.

Monday 26 July, 11am-4pm

Monday 2 August, 11am-4pm

Monday 9 August, 11am-4pm

 

     
 Kerikeri Old Placemakers Building
1 Sammaree Place, Kerikeri

Wednesday 28 July, 10am-5pm

Wednesday 29 July, 12pm-7pm

Wednesday 4 August, 10am-5pm

Thursday 5 August, 12pm-7pm

 

     
 Kaitaia

The Old Warehouse Building

11 Matthews Ave

Kaitaia

Tuesday 27 July, 10am-5pm

Wednesday 28 July, 10am-5pm

Saturday 31 July, 9am-2pm

Tuesday 3 August, 8am-7.30pm

Wednesday 4 August, 10am-5pm

Tuesday 10 August, 10am-5pm

Wednesday 11 August, 10am-5pm

 

     
Kaikohe

Te Hau Ora O Ngāpuhi

113 Broadway, Kaikohe

To book call 0800 484 006 Option 1

Tuesday 27 July, 10am-5pm

Tuesday 3 August, 10am-5pm

Tuesday 10 August, 10am-5pm

 

     

 

 

Group 3  - Who is Included
  1. People with relevant underlying health conditions and disabled people between 16 and 65 years of age. This includes people aged 16 or over and have a relevant underlying condition, which includes:

    - Anyone with an eligible condition for the publicly funded influenza vaccine
    - People with severe obesity (defined as a BMI more than or equal to 40)
    - People with poorly controlled or severe hypertension (generally defined as hypertension requiring two or more agents for control or not currently under adequate control)

  2. People with a disability, includes anyone who has a physical, neurological, mental/psychiatric, intellectual, sensory type of impairment that is expected to last for six months or longer, and is:

    - Due to the interaction with societal and environmental barriers, limits their ability to carry out daily activities and/or participate in society on an equal basis to others.
    - This includes people in a position of caring for a person with a disability.

  3. People who are pregnant (after clinical consultation)

  4. People living in custodial setting – the Department of Corrections will be arranging vaccinations.
More information about the Northland COVID-19 Vaccination Programme

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