We offer family friendly public clinics.
Council has engaged Health and Immunisation Management Services (HAIMS) to undertake the immunisation programs on behalf of the City of West Torrens.
HAIMS has extensive experience in conducting Council immmunisation programs. Our clinics will continue to provide a quality public health service in accordance with the guidelines set by the National Health and Medical Research Council.
Immunisation enquiries can be directed to HAIMS between 9am - 5pm weekdays on telephone (08) 8152 0363, email email@example.com or visit their website: haims.com.au.
If you would like a copy of your child's immunisation history, contact HAIMS.
Clinic locations and times
Download 2018 clinic calendar
Download 2019 clinic calendar
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
Thebarton Community Centre
Cnr Ashwin Parade and South Road, Torrensville
Third Thursday of the month
|4pm to 7pm
NEW START TIME
NEW EVENING CLINIC LOCATION
Do I need to book?
No bookings for Council-run clinics are needed.
What will I need to bring?
Bring your Medicare Card and any immunisation records if you have them.
Free catch-up vaccines
For all individuals aged 10 - 19 years
All individuals aged 10 - 19 years will need an assessment of their immunisation status to clarify their vaccination history; check the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR). Information will be entered into the AIR if it has not been recorded and catch-up vaccines provided if needed.
Refugees and other humanitarian entrants aged 10 - 19 will need an assessment of their immunsation status. Once an assessment of any existing vaccination records and other relevant clinical information is undertaken a catch-p plan will be developed. The objective of a catch-up vaccination is to complete a course of age appropriate vaccinations and provide optimal protection as quickly as possible.
For refugees and other humanitarian entrants aged 20 years and over (ongoing)
All refugees and other humanitarian entrants aged 20 years and over will need an assessment of their immunisation status. Once an assessment of any existing vaccination records and other relevant clinical information is undertaken a catch-up plan will be developed. The objective of a catch-up vaccination is to complete a course of age appropriate vaccinations and provide optimal protection as quickly as possible. Contact HAIMS.
For non-Medicare card holders immunisation histories will need to be reviewed offsite before immunisation can occur. These need to be translated and legible and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Meningococcal B - B Part of It
Year 12 students in 2017 (2017 school leavers) participating in the B Part of It Meningococcal B vaccine herd immunity study: information regarding Men B vaccinations and throat swabs - refer here
Students participating in the Meningococcal B trial, please make a booking with Health and Immunisation Management Services phone 8152 0363 9am - 5pm weekdays or email email@example.com