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Immunisation services

Where to get immunised

Immunisation programs

Vaccines recommended for children, adolescents and adults on the National Immunisation Program are available at no cost* through:

* Ensure you speak with your doctor about any fees.

Newly arrived refugees

Vaccines for newly arrived refugees are available at no cost under the Australian Government Humanitarian Scheme. Refugees can access the free vaccines through the Newly Arrived Refugee Immunisation Program at the following local councils and health services:

Travel vaccines

Going overseas and need to be immunised? Contact your local doctor or travel vaccination centre to discuss your vaccination requirements.

Ensure you speak with your immunisation provider about any additional expenses prior to your appointment.

Occupational vaccines

If you are at a higher risk of coming into contact with specific diseases, contact your local doctor or employer to discuss your vaccination requirements if you are at occupational risk.

Ensure you speak with your immunisation provider about any additional expenses prior to your appointment.

For more information

For further information about immunisation programs, contact your doctor, immunisation provider or SA Health's Immunisation Section.

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