We offer family friendly public clinics and we also visit worksites on request.
Our clinics provide a quality public health service in accordance with the guidelines set by the National Health and Medical Research Council.
15/02/2017 - shingles vaccine temporarily unavailable until further notice.
Is now available FREE of charge to persons aged 70. A FREE catch up program from now, until 2021 includes persons aged 71-79. Available at council clinics.
Shingles is a viral infection caused by reactivation of the same virus that causes Chicken pox. It can be a mild illness, headache, fever, flu like symptoms and tiredness, followed by a skin rash that forms small blisters, mainly on the torso but can appear on the face, eyes or other parts of the body and can be quite painful. Complications can include bacterial infection of the blisters leading to permanent scarring, post herpetic neuralgia (nerve pain) that can last for months, temporary facial paralysis,infection to the lining of the brain.
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No Jab No Pay
Free catch up for children and adolescents is available at our clinics.
If you require
- an assessment of vaccination records,
- lodgment of vaccine history onto Australian Immunisation Register AIR
- and /or scheduling of appropriate catch up vaccinations for this program.
Please bring all available written records of previous vaccinations for your child. This information will be copied and assessed. We will then contact you to advise that those records have been entered onto ACIR. If your child requires vaccines we will propose a date for clinic attendance.
School Based Immunisation Program
Missed your school Immunisation visit? Catch-ups are available FREE at any of our council clinics.
Not sure about immunisation?
Find out how immunisation works, the myths and the realities:
Free scheduled vaccines for children and adolescents include:
- Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (Whooping Cough)
- Hepatitis B
- Haemophilus Influenzae Type B (HIB)
- Measles, Mumps, Rubella
- Meningococcal C
- HPV (Human Papilloma Virus).
Vaccinations for adults and children for a fee (free for some groups):
- Hepatitis A & B
- Measles, Mumps & Rubella
- Tetanus, Diphtheria, Whooping Cough.
Please note: We only administer vaccines purchased at the clinic.
Clinic locations and times
Cowandilla Children's Centre
Corner of Jenkins Street and Wilson Street
Third Tuesday of the month
9am to 11.30am
Plympton Community Centre
34 Long Street, Plympton
First Wednesday of the month
2pm to 4.30pm
NEW START TIME
Thebarton Community Centre
Cnr Ashwin Parade and South Road, Torrensville
Fourth Thursday of the month
|12pm to 2pm
West Torrens Auditorium
1 Brooker Terrace, Hilton
Enter via the Hamra Centre Library on Brooker Terrace
Third Thursday of the month
4pm to 7pm
NEW START TIME
Do I need to book?
You do not need to book a time to come to any of our clinics.
What will I need to bring?
Bring your Medicare Card and any immunisation records if you have them.
Worksite immunisation program
We provide an on site immunisation service for businesses within the West Torrens Council area.
We will come to your worksite to minimise disruption to you and your staff. We can also arrange appointments for small numbers of staff to attend one of our public clinics.
Find out more about the worksite immunisation program.