Booking online

All vaccines on the National Immunisation Schedule, plus COVID-19 and flu vaccines can be booked through our online vaccine booking system.

National Immunisation Schedule (internal link)

Free scheduled childhood immunisations and catch ups be booked for ages 0 to 18 years old.

Do not worry if you are not sure what vaccines are due or need to be caught up on. When you arrive for the appointment your vaccinator will check for you.

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Flu, measles, COVID-19, HPV, meningococcal, whooping cough, and shingles vaccines can all be booked through our vaccine booking system.

Book a vaccine online (external link)

You can book all your pregnancy immunisations online or over the phone.

When booking online, you will be asked if you are pregnant, you will have the option to book whooping cough, flu, and COVID-19 vaccines individually, or all at the same time. 

Book pregnancy vaccines online (external link)

Measles vaccines can be booked online. All other travel vaccines need to be booked through your usual doctor, nurse, healthcare provider, or dedicated travel clinic.

Book a measles vaccine online (external link)


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Over the phone bookings

Book or ask questions over the phone from 8.30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (except public holidays).

Interpreters are available and you can choose to speak with a Māori advisor, a disability advisor, or use NZ Relay.

Call 0800 28 29 26 (external link)


Book through your usual healthcare provider

Call your usual doctor, nurse, or healthcare provider if you have one to make an immunisation appointment. Plan at least 1 to 2 weeks ahead so you can get a time and date that works best for you and your whānau.

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If you are unable to call, check your healthcare provider’s website for other options to make an appointment.

Ask for an immunisation appointment for either yourself or your child. You will need to provide the name and date of birth of the person being immunised. The provider will know what immunisations you need as they can look this up on the National Immunisation Register.

Preparing for your appointment (internal link)


Pharmacy immunisations

Adults, older children, and teenagers can get some vaccinations at pharmacies including:

  • flu
  • measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR)
  • HPV
  • chickenpox
  • tetanus, diphtheria, whooping cough (Boostrix)
  • meningococcal
  • COVID-19.  

Contact your local pharmacy directly to see what immunisations they offer and if you need to book an appointment. Before booking, check to see if there is a cost involved.  

Lots of vaccine bookings at pharmacies can be made online.

Book a vaccine at a pharmacy (external link)


School-based immunisations

Public health teams visit participating schools to immunise students against HPV and tetanus, diphtheria, and whooping cough usually in Year 7 or Year 8. Your child's school will give you information and consent forms.

If your child has missed a school vaccination, contact your school to see if there is a catch-up vaccination day.

If your school is not offering immunisations, or your child has missed out for any other reason, they can easily catch up with a visit to your doctor, nurse, or healthcare provider. This is also an option if you would like to be with your child when they get their vaccination.

Immunisations for school-aged children (internal link)


If you need extra support

When you make an appointment, make sure you let the team know if you or your tamariki might need some extra help.

They may be able to:

  • provide a space away from other people
  • support you with other tamariki you bring to the appointment
  • arrange accessibility and mobility assistance.

Chat to the disability team

We have a dedicated disability team you can call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

A person with disability experience or knowledge will answer your call from 8am to 8pm. After 8pm, calls are answered by a trained member of the Healthline team. 

You can ask them questions about:

  • accessibility at different vaccination sites
  • getting vaccinations safely.

Talk to someone about immunisations

If you have any questions and would like to talk to someone about your, or your child’s, immunisations you can: 

  • talk to your doctor, nurse, trusted healthcare professional, lead maternity carer, or Well Child Tamariki Ora nurse 
  • call Healthline any time on 0800 611 116 — translators are available
  • call PlunketLine any time on 0800 933 922.

Privacy

To book a vaccination or consultation, we need to collect some information.

Find out what we record, where it is kept, and who can access it.

Privacy: Booking a vaccine (internal link)