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Immunisation Services
The aim of our service is to assist you to protect yourself, your family and the greater community from vaccine preventable diseases.

 


Our immunisation service provides:
free immunisation of all National Immunisation Program vaccines 
school aged immunisations for students in Years 7
School Entry Immunisation Status Certificates
Mandarin interpreters at the Surrey Hills and North Balwyn morning sessions
annual corporate influenza program for companies within Boroondara
advice and support for residents with vaccination related enquiries.


No Jab, No Play


From 1 January 2016
All parents/guardians seeking to enrol their child at an early childhood service in Victoria will be required to provide evidence that the child is:

up-to-date with vaccinations for their age
on a vaccine catch-up schedule
has a medical condition preventing them from being fully vaccinated.
A 'conscientious objection' is not an exemption under the 'No Jab No Play' legislation.

Only parents of children who are fully immunised or are on a recognised catch-up schedule can receive the Child Care Benefit, the Child Care Rebate and the Family Tax Benefit Part A end of year supplement.

Children with a medical contraindication or natural immunity for certain diseases will continue to be exempt from the requirements.

Conscientious and vaccination objections on non-medical grounds will no longer be a valid exemption from immunisation requirements.

Families eligible to receive family assistance payments and have children less than 20 years of age, who may not meet the new immunisation requirements, will be notified by Centrelink.

To request an Immunisation History Statement, contact the ACIR:

phone: 1800 653 809
email:
acir@medicareaustralia.gov.au
visit: Medicare Australia online via myGov.com.au
download the Medicare Express Plus app
visit a Medicare or Centrelink office.
For parents of children who are not fully immunised, you may wish to:

visit the City of Boroondara Immunisation Service
talk to your regular family doctor
Visit the Better Health Channel and read the fact sheets to find out what vaccines are due and when, read about facts and misconceptions and view the frequently asked questions about the new No Jab No Play laws.

For more information:
Phone: 9278 4711
Email: Immunisation Services

 

Adult immunisation

What vaccines are available for purchase for adults?



 

Council offers the following optional vaccinations.

Payment can be made at a session with EFTPOS or credit card ONLY. Diners and American Express Cards are not accepted. For security reasons, cash and cheques are not accepted at sessions.

An itemised receipt will be issued for each paid vaccine and some private health insurers provide refunds for vaccinations. Please consult directly with your health insurer to determine eligibility.

We offer vaccination for:


Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (whooping cough) - recommended for parents and carers of newborns
Influenza
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis B
Chickenpox

Download the information sheet to find out more about costs and the types of vaccinations we offer:


Vaccines offered at City of Boroondara 

 

Optional Immunisations

 

The City of Boroondara offers the following optional vaccinations. 

Payment can be  made at a session with a Credit or EFTPOS card ONLY.

Diners and American Express                     

Cards are not accepted. For security reasons, cash and cheques are not accepted at sessions.

 

An itemised receipt will be issued for each paid vaccine, some private health insurers provide refunds for vaccinations,

please consult directly with your health insurer to determine eligibility.

 

Diseases

Vaccine Name

Doses Required

Cost per dose

Cost per course

 

Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis

Boostrix Fact Sheet

Boostrix

1 dose

$56.00 per dose

 

 

Hepatitis A

Hepatitis A Fact Sheet

Avaxim

2 doses

$71.00 per dose

$142.00

 

Hepatitis B (Adult)

Hepatitis B Fact Sheet

Engerix B

3 doses

$38.00 per dose

$114.00

 

Hepatitis B (Paediatric)

Hepatitis B Fact Sheet

HBVax II

3 doses

$31.00 per dose

$93.00

 

Hepatitis A&B

Hepatitis A Fact Sheet

Hepatitis B Fact Sheet

Twinrix

3 doses

$92.00 per dose

$276.00

 

HPV

HPV Fact Sheet

Gardasil

3 doses

$162.00 per dose

$486.00

 

Meningococcal C

Meningococcal C Fact Sheet

NeisVac C

1 dose

$96.00 per dose

 

 

Chickenpox

Chickenpox Fact Sheet

Varilrix

2 doses

$77.00 per dose

$154.00

 

Polio

Polio Fact Sheet

Ipol

1 dose

$60.00

 

 

You can attend any Immunisation Session listed on the current timetable. No appointments are required.

 

What will happen when I arrive at an immunisation session?

·         Take a number at the door and complete an Adult Immunisation Consent Card. Listed on your number is the Pre Immunisation Checklist. Please read this carefully and tell the nurse if anything on that Checklist is relevant to you.

·         When your number is called go to the desk and present your completed Adult Immunisation Consent Card

 

At the desk:

·         We will confirm the vaccination/s that you have presented for with you. You will confirm if you have read the Pre-immunisation Checklist.

·         An Immunisation Record Card will be issued for your reference. Colour coded tickets showing the vaccination/s to be administered will be given to you to hand to the nurses. If additional doses are required, a comeback date will be stamped on the reverse side of your Immunisation Record Card.

·         Your payment will be processed and a receipt will be issued.  All immunisations and payments are recorded on our database.

·         When your number is called by the nurses, proceed to the immunisation area and hand them your Immunisation Record Card and colour coded tickets to the nurses.

·         The nurse will let you know about possible reactions. The immunisations are given while you are seated.

·         After your injections, we ask you to sit in the waiting area for at least 15 minutes to ensure you are well and do not have a reaction to the vaccine/s. An adverse reaction is rare. If you have any concerns go back to the nurse immediately.

 

Prices current as of 2 November 2015


 

Important: we do not provide any vaccinations for travel purposes. For travel vaccine information contact Travel Clinics Australia information hotline on 1900 969 359.

For more information on our immunisation service:


email: Immunisation Services
phone: 9278 4711
Your immunisation history

Find out how to obtain your immunisation history.


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Childhood Immunisation

We provide families with a wide choice of venues and session times.

Each year our service delivers over 110 daytime sessions (9.30am to 11.30am), 22 afternoon sessions (2pm to 4pm) and 41 evening sessions (5.30pm to 7pm) across seven locations, Canterbury, Camberwell, Hawthorn, Kew, Ashburton, Surrey Hills# and North Balwyn#. (#A Mandarin interpreter is available at the morning sessions.)

Our sessions are held at venues that are family friendly, with some being held at libraries so families can enjoy other Council services.

To view the immunisation timetable for times and locations. These sessions are regular and open to the public - no booking are needed.

National Immunisation Program Schedule

Age Immunisation Type
2 months
  • Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, hepatitis B, poliomyelitis,Haemophilus influenzae type b
  • Pneumococcal
  • Rotavirus
  • Infanrix hexa
  • Prevenar 13
  • RotaTeq
4 months
  • Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, hepatitis B, poliomyelitis,Haemophilus influenzae type b
  • Pneumococcal
  • Rotavirus
  • Infanrix hexa
  • Prevenar 13
  • RotaTeq
6 months
  • Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, hepatitis B, poliomyelitis,Haemophilus influenzae type b
  • Pneumococcal
  • Rotavirus
  • Infanrix hexa
  • Prevenar 13
  • RotaTeq
12 months
  • Measles, mumps, rubella
  • Haemophilus influenzae type b, meningococcal C
  • M-M-R II/Priorix
  • Menitorix
18 months
  • Measles, mumps, rubella, chickenpox
  • Priorix-Tetra/ProQuad
4 years
  • Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, poliomyelitis
  • Infranrix IPV

How much does immunisation cost?

Immunising your child to be up to date with the National Immunisation Program (NIP) schedule free. 

Why do we immunise?

Regular outbreaks of childhood diseases in our community are likely to increase if families don’t immunise their children. Bacteria and viruses that cause these diseases are still present in our communities.  To remove the threat of childhood diseases it is important that all families aim for the highest possible immunisation rates. To avoid infectious diseases spreading it is important to maintain immunisation throughout your adult life.

For fact sheets on the diseases vaccines protect against, visit the Better Health Channel.

Are recactions common?

Any vaccination can cause a side effect. The most common side effects experienced by
children are mild and can include irritability, low grade fever and some pain and swelling around
the injection site. Common side effects occur soon after vaccination and last one to two days.
Generally no treatment is required.

A very rare side effect requiring immediate medical attention can happen usually within 15
minutes but can also occur within hours of vaccination. It is for this reason that we ask all families
to remain at the immunisation session for 15 minutes following any immunisation for observation.

For significant or unexpected side effects following immunisation you should seek medical attention
and then contact the Victorian vaccine safety service - SAEFVIC on phone (03) 9345 4143
or email: saefvic@mcri.edu.au

eHealth Records

eHealth records are a convenient way to stay on top of your child's immunisation. The records allow you to choose doctors, hospitals and healthcare providers to view and share your child's health information. We register immunisation details with the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register. This means that immunisation details are easily accessible each time your child is immunised.

For more information or to register for an eHealth record:

More information

Immunisation timetable

Follow or visit us on Facebook to view upcoming session times and locations or view the:

Please note: our 2016 timetable is currently unavailable. For more information, please contact our Immunisation team on 9278 4444.

 

http://www.boroondara.vic.gov.au/residents/health-wellbeing/immunisation

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