Free flu vaccination for staff

Influenza vaccine 2022 is available at the Medical Centre.

Vaccine being used for the QUT staff immunisation programme for 2022 is Quadrivalent (four strains vaccine) Afluria Quad™ 2022.

  • A/Victoria/2570/2019(H1N1)pdm09-like strain
  • A/Darwin/9/2021(H3N2)-like strain
  • B/Austria/1359417/2021-like strain
  • B/Phuket/3073/2013-like strain

Vaccine clinics

  • Gardens Point
    • Tuesday 26th April to Friday 20th May 2022
  • Kelvin Grove
    • Tuesday 26th April to Friday 20th May 2022

Booking your appointment

  • Please complete the online consent form (as described in the steps below). If you answer yes to any of the questions on the consent form, please make an appointment to see a doctor
  • If your appointment with the doctor is only about the Influenza vaccine it will be "bulk billed". If you require discussion about other issues it will be charged normally

Step 1 - Read information about the flu

  • FAQ's
  • Influenzacentre - in depth information about current outbreaks and the types of flu strains that are currently causing a problem
  • Consumer Medical Information Leaflet Afluria Quad™ 2022 information

Step 2 - Complete an online consent form

Visit the Flu Vaccination page to submit a Flu Vaccination Consent Form. Once you have completed the form, you will be directed to book an appointment.

Please note that there is the potential that you may experience slow loading of items and timeout errors in the initial hours of this process opening. If you experience an error message, please complete the process at a later time. Multiple availabilities exist beyond what can be booked in the first day.

Step 3 - Book your appointment

Once you have submitted your form, click 'continue' to make an appointment, or visit this page and click on the 'Book in to Flu Vaccination Appointments' link. Alternatively check the consent form email confirmation for a link to book your appointment.

Step 4 - Attend your vaccination appointment

Please bring along your staff ID card at the specified time and look for signage in the Medical Centre.

Step 5 - Follow post-vaccination procedures

The National Health and Medical Research Council recommends that persons receiving vaccination remain in the vicinity of the place of vaccination for at least 15 minutes after. (The Australian Immunisation Handbook 2013).