Immunisations

Immunisation (or vaccination) is an important public health measure which aid in the protection against a wide range of preventable diseases and infections which can cause significant sickness in individuals. Prior to widespread availability of immunisations many, preventable diseases (such as Measles) could result in serious infections and death or disability. As a result, immunisation and vaccination play a vital role in your and your community’s health.

Answering Your Questions

If you have any concerns about vaccinations we encourage you to discuss these with our friendly doctors who are happy to explain in detail the benefits and risks of immunisations.

Fortunately, as the vaccines have evolved they are now safer than ever with minimal side effects and Australia has a comprehensive vaccination program which is free to Medicare Card holders and all Government funded vaccination are supplied free of charge at our clinic.

Even if you are not eligible for the Government funded vaccinations in certain circumstances it is still recommended to get immunised while you are travelling, there is a newborn in the family and/or you are working in the health profession.

Our immunisation service complies with Australian standards, and Turbot Street Medical Centre is fully accredited for the storage of immunisations and vaccinations. Our doctors are fully aware of the latest WHO (World Health Organisation) recommendations for travel to any part of the world.

Annual Flu Clinics

Turbot Street Medical Centre runs yearly flu clinics, which our doctors highly recommend to all of our patients each year as the influenza virus changes every year – you may even be eligible for a free flu vaccineCall us at the practice to find out more about what flu clinics we are running this year, and if you are eligible for a government funded vaccine.

Staying up to date with travel information, malaria prevention, education and awareness of the local culture or region can help prevent accidents and injuries and illness. For more information on immunisations and vaccinations for travel, click here.

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