Immunisation is one of the best ways you can protect yourself, your children and future generations from infectious diseases. It's because of the systemic vaccination efforts, it's rare for people to be affected by diseases such as malaria, tetanus, diphtheria and whooping cough. So by definition vaccination not only saves your life, but also the broader community and the vulnerable population.
We have a comprehensive immunisation program for children, adults and elderly that are vulnerable due to certain conditions.
How does it benefit to get immunisation from us ?
Our Doctors and Practice Nurse are qualified in the immunisation process
If you are a regular patient, your immunisation records will kept up to date even were they were given in another medical center
We conform to strict government guidelines to administer effective immunisation
Connected to Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) allowing us to keep your records up-to-date
An up-to-date AIR means your Centrelink payments are not affected
We have clinical systems to proactively identify our patient's immunisation schedule
Most of the childhood immunisations are free for patients. There some adult and travel vaccinations that need to be paid for by the patient - it's worth it!
Immunisation is really important if you are
A newborn or young child
Have a newborn baby
Pregnant or planning for a baby
Caring for very young babies (for example, parents, grandparents and carers)
An older person
An Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander child or adult
Have plans to travel outside Australia as you may need to be immunised against risks in those countries
Monday : 8:30am - 05:30pm
Tuesday : 8:30am - 05:30pm
Wednesday : 8:30am - 05:30pm
Thursday : 8:30am - 05:30pm
Friday : 8:30am - 05:30pm
Saturday : Closed
Sunday : Closed
138, Thunderbolt Drive,
Ample street and onsite parking available