We understand that immunisations play a crucial role in safeguarding your health and well-being. That’s why we provide a caring and nurturing environment where you and your loved ones can access quality advice and care. Whilst immunisation is highly recommended, we also recognise the importance of addressing any concerns or questions you may have regarding immunisations. Our Doctors and Registered Nurses will take the time to explain the benefits, potential side effects, and any other information you need to make informed decisions about your health and that of your loved ones.
Immunisation from an early age is highly recommended for all Australian children. Having your child immunised helps to protect them from the most serious childhood infections, some of which may threaten their lives.
Routine childhood immunisations help to protect your child against diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough (pertussis), polio, pneumococcal disease, meningococcal C disease, hepatitis B, Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib), rotavirus, chickenpox (varicella), measles, mumps and rubella (German measles). We also provide childhood COVID-19 immunisations, upon request.
Our Top Health Doctors Clinics help deliver the National Immunisation Program recommended for all children in Australia. Some children of a different background, are more at risk than others in the community and may need additional vaccinations. We also provide advice on some private childhood vaccines such as Meningococcal B vaccine e.g., Bexsero and Trumenba, that are not funded by the government.
As some information for our communities, kindly note that failure to comply with the National Immunisation Program for your child, may affect your Child Care Benefit, Family Tax Benefit and other benefits from the government.
In the first months of life, a baby might have some protection from a specific infectious disease but only if the mother has had that infectious disease or has been immunised. This is known as passive immunity and occurs when antibodies are transferred from mother to baby during pregnancy.
The level of antibody protection for the baby can be low and wears off quickly and this puts them at risk of diseases that can be prevented with vaccination.
Most childhood immunisations are given as an injection in the arm or leg, except rotavirus vaccine, which is administered by mouth.
A vaccination dose may contain a vaccine against one specific disease or provide immunity for several diseases, if a number of vaccines are combined in the same injection. This helps to reduce the number of injections your child needs.
Please make an appointment to see one of our doctors for all your child’s immunisation needs including:
All our clinics provide immunisations and would be pleased to care for you and your family
Further information regarding the your child’s Childhood Immunisation, Family Tax Benefit, Child Care Benefit and enquiry about your Child’s overseas vaccinations
Beenleigh Marketplace, 114-118 George Street, Beenleigh QLD 4207
Cannon Hill Clinic
Shop 1 K Mart Plaza Cannon Hill, 1909 Creek Road, Cannon Hill Qld 4170
Cnr of Redland Bay & Mt Cotton Roads, Capalaba QLD 4157
The Village Coorparoo, 398 Cavendish Road, Coorparoo QLD 4151
Shop 10 and 11, Greenslopes Mall, 700 Logan Rd, Greenslopes QLD 4120
Unit 8-10, 2770 Logan Road, Underwood, QLD, 4119
West End Clinic
Suite 2, Healthcare Hub Floor 1, Montague Markets, 405 Montague Rd, West End Qld 4101
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