cohealth is proud to have played a critical role in providing essential services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. From the start of the pandemic, cohealth worked together with the Victorian Department of Health to:
- provide COVID-19 vaccinations at both our fixed sites and pop-up clinics across Victoria
- test people for COVID-19
- provide a community-led health and social response at high-rises and other high-risk accommodation settings
- provide health information in language to communities.
As of 30 June 2022, there have been changes to our COVID-19 services
cohealth is no longer provides COVID-19 vaccinations. You can get a COVID-19 vaccine at selected pharmacies and GPs. Use the Federal Government’s vaccine clinic finder to find out where you can get vaccinated.
COVID-19 vaccinations are free for everyone in Australia, even if you don’t have a Medicare card.
COVID-19 vaccination records
If you previously have had a vaccination with cohealth and your vaccination record is not up to date, please email our Australian Immunisation Records team on AIR.email@example.com with the following details:
- Full Name
- Date of birth
- Phone number
- Phone number
From 31 December 2022, all of Victoria’s remaining state run PCR testing sites closed. You can still get tested at a cohealth GP Respiratory Clinic. Go to COVID-19 testing for more information.
GP Respiratory Clinic
If you are COVID-19 positive, you can get access to assessment and treatment for respiratory symptoms at cohealth’s GP respiratory clinics. Respiratory symptoms are symptoms that make it difficult to breathe. Go to the GP Respiratory Clinic page for more information.
cohealth is an advocate for widespread vaccination and we comply with the Public Health Order for all authorised workers and healthcare workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to work.
cohealth maintains our coworkers’ right to privacy and cannot share their personal health information, including vaccination status.