COVID-19 vaccination clinic

COVID-19 Special vaccination clinic

※Registration method: This consultation requires an appointment in advance. On-site registration is not accepted on the same day.

※Outpatient period: Monday to Friday morning consultation: 08:30~11:30; afternoon consultation 14:00~17:00

※Vaccination location:  COVID-19 vaccination area on the Emergency Ddepartment on 1st floor.


Vaccination eligible

COVID-19 vaccine

Comply with the publicly funded vaccination targets of the CDC

COVID-19 vaccine

Self-funded vaccinators

Vaccination costs Registration fee NT150

(Free registration fee for medical staff)

The cost is NT 550 Including registration fee, vaccination disposal fee,… etc.
documents needed Health insurance card and identification card or staff card or practice license, etc., to facilitate identification for those entittle to public fund.

Be sure to bring the injection record card for the second dose.

Identity documents such as health insurance card, residence permit or passport.

Be sure to bring the injection record card for the second dose.

Appointment registration 【Registration for self-funded vaccination appointment→Please click on me→Go to appointment for registration】.
Reporting time Please report to the vaccination location in alocated time according to the appointment registration number, and see the doctor in the order of registration.

Registration number: 1~20 Registration time Morning consultation: 08:30; afternoon consultation 14:00

Registration number: 21~40 Registration time Morning consultation: 09:00; afternoon consultation 14:30

Registered number: 41~60. Registration time. Morning consultation: 09:30; afternoon consultation 15:00

Registration number: 61~80 Registration time: Morning consultation: 10:00; afternoon consultation 15:30

Registration number: 81~100 Registration time Morning consultation: 10:30; afternoon consultation 16:00

※The latest check-in time is 11:30 in the morning; 16:30 in the afternoon

  1. When the online appointment is successful, if the doctor evualuate that you may not be suitable for the vaccine. The hospital may cancel the registration.
  2. After vaccination, you should rest for a while at the vaccination unit or nearby, and observe for at least 30 minutes, and then leave after you are feeling well to do so. Be sure to reserve waiting and observation time.
  3. Relevant vaccine delivery specifications are implemented in accordance with the announcement of the epidemic command center, and the operation method is changed daily in accordance with the command center specifications.
COVID-19 vaccination process
  1. Online appointment registration
  2. Report to the vaccination area on the appointment day (fill in the vaccination intention letter, fill in the vaccination record card)
  3. Physician’s Evaluation
  4. Approval price; appointment time for the second dose (8 weeks after appointment).
  5. Vaccination (observe for at least 30 minutes after vaccination, leave the hospital when you do not feel unwell)


Self-funded vaccine appointment registration link


Guidelines for the location of the COVID-19 vaccination zone:

What are the side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine?

Most of the possible reactions after vaccination are pain, redness and swelling at the injection site, which usually disappear within a few days. Other possible reactions include fatigue, headache, muscle aches, elevated body temperature, chills, joint pain and nausea. After vaccination, there may be fever (≥38℃), which can generally be relieved in about 48 hours. If you have a persistent fever for more than 48 hours, severe allergic reactions such as dyspnea, wheezing, dizziness, rapid heartbeat, body rash and other uncomfortable symptoms, you should Seek medical attention as soon as possible to clarify the cause of the disease, and inform the doctor that the vaccine has been vaccinated as a reference for diagnosis, and ask the doctor to report to the local health bureau or the disease control department.