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The National Immunisation Program lists a number of vaccinations that should be received from birth to adulthood.
As part of the National Immunisation Program, we offer free vaccinations to the following:
- Children 0 to 5 years
- Secondary school students (years 7 and 10)
- Catch up vaccinations for anyone aged 0 to 19 years
- Whooping cough (Boostrix) vaccine for new parents
- Pneumococcal for adults over 65 years of age
- Influenza for pregnant women, children under 5 years old and adults over 65 years of age
We offer the following paid vaccinations:
- Hepatitis B (3 dose course)
- Hepatitis A (2 dose course)
- Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B (3 dose course)
- Influenza (seasonal)
- Measles, Mumps and Rubella
- Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertussis
- Meningococcal ACWY
- Meningococcal B
- Influenza for those between 5 and 65 years of age.
We offer the influenza vaccination to those within and outside of Manningham.
As part of the National Immunisation Program, the influenza vaccination is free for pregnant women, children under five and adults over 65 years of age, Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islanders aged six months or older, and residents of nursing homes.
Please see your local GP to receive the following vaccinations:
- Travel vaccinations
- BCG – Tuberculosis
We visit all schools in Manningham to deliver free vaccinations to school students in year 7 and 10, under the National Immunisation Program schedule.
For further information about the vaccination program, please contact your child’s school.