In-home vaccination

If you’re house-bound, you can register for an in-home vaccination by:

  • calling 0800 28 29 26 (8:00am - 8:00pm, 7 days)
  • or emailing NRHCCVAXENQUIRIES@adhb.govt.nz and the outreach vaccination team will be in contact.

The Manaakitanga Journey

The Manaakitanga Journey is a resource to help support disabled people to get vaccinated.

The Manaakitanga Journey [PDF]


Outreach providers

The following providers are available to deliver outreach vaccination services.

This is where vaccination services are provided in a setting other than a clinic or pharmacy; it may be a workplace or aged care facility. This is not for home based services.

List of outreach providers
Medication Management Hub   -
Unichem Walls and Roche Pharmacy 792 Manukau Road, Royal Oak
Balmoral Pharmacy  611 Dominion Road, Mount Eden
Zoom Care Pharmacy   -
Unichem Pakuranga Pharmacy 11-13 Cortina Place, Pakuranga
Unichem Campus Pharmacy Level 1 Student Commons, 9 Symonds Street, Auckland CBD
Chemist Warehouse St Lukes 1 Wagener Place, Mount Albert
Lynnmall Pharmacy Shop E204, 3058 Great North Rd, New Lynn
Auckland City Pharmacy 419 Queen Street, Auckland Central
Devonport 7 Day Pharmacy 31A Bartley Terrace, Devonport
Unichem Albany Mega Centre Albany Mega Centre, 11 Coliseum Dr, Albany
Unichem Leabank Pharmacy 104 Weymouth Road, Manurewa
Waimauku Pharmacy 8 Waimauku Station Road, Waimauku
Unichem MediCentre Pharmacy 131 Lincoln Road, Henderson, Waitakere
Unichem John Savory Pharmacy 78 Vincent Street, Howick
Massey Unichem Pharmacy 396 Don Buck Road, Massey
East MED pharmacy 188 Saint Heliers Bay Road, Saint Heliers
Information in alternate formats
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Advice about COVID-19 in New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL).

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Easy Read guide to the COVID-19 vaccine

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