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Immunisation protects and saves lives

The number one way of preventing disease is to control it. Immunisation programs are the safest and most effective way of avoiding the spread of diseases in the workplace, businesses, communities, and schools. It is a simple way of protecting yourself and your family, and can save lives.

Immunisation works by triggering the immune system to fight against diseases. Vaccinations are the safest way of producing an immune response in the body without causing illness.

When you’ve come in contact with a virus, your immune system rapidly produces antibodies to destroy it. Click here for more information.

The Australian Government approved Immunisation Schedule is created to keep preventable disease from kids, teenagers, adults, and elderly. With the support of Eastern Health Authority, you can be a part of protecting and saving lives within the community.

Free Immunisation

We supply free vaccinations for children and adolescents with a Medicare card. To book your appointment, click here.

EHA is funded to offer free immunisation services and programs to residents within these council areas:

The higher the rate of immunisations means a healthier community! To book an appointment online click here or for more information, call 8132 3600 or email eha@eha.sa.gov.au 

Immunisation services

Eastern Health Authority provides immunisation services throughout areas in Adelaide’s east and inner-north, including:

  • Public clinics in the cities of Burnside, Campbelltown, Norwood Payneham & St Peters, Prospect, Walkerville, and Unley.
  • The South Australian School Immunisation Program that delivers to 19 high schools. This includes catch-up appointments if your child is away from school on the day of our visit.
  • Workplace Immunisation for businesses, public and government sectors including schools and childcare centres. This vaccination program covers influenza, hepatitis, diphtheria/tetanus/pertussis and other immunisations.

If you live outside the council areas you can attend the public clinics for a service fee. Eastern Health Authority can supply vaccines that fall outside the national schedule for a fee. To view a list of vaccines that are non-funded, please click here.

Immunisation clinic timetable

Do you know where your closest clinic is? To find your nearest clinic location and book in a time, please download the current 2019 EHA Immunisation Clinic Timetable.

The National Immunisation Program (NIP) set up by the Commonwealth and State and Territory governments in 1997. It aims to increase national immunisation coverage and reduce the number of cases of diseases that are preventable by vaccination in Australia.

School Immunisation Program

Children and adolescences need immunisation against many diseases. The School Immunisation Program protects them while their immune systems are still developing, and prevents them from getting diseases.

Click here to learn more about the School Immunisation program, or read about it on the SA Health website here.

Workplace Immunisation

Eastern Health Authority (EHA) Workplace Immunisation Program protects your business and staff from the highly contagious respiratory illnesses caused by Influenza A and B.

Protecting staff and workers during the flu season is crucial for workplace and personal health and wellbeing.

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Clinic Locations

  • Burnside Council Coopers Room

    Cnr Greenhill & Portrush Roads
    Tusmore

  • Campbelltown - The ARC

    531 Lower North East Road
    Campbelltown

  • Prospect Council Irish Harp Room

    128 Prospect Road
    Prospect

  • St Peters EHA Office

    101 Payneham Road
    St Peters

  • Unley Town Hall

    Oxford Terrace
    Unley

  • Walkerville Council

    66 Walkerville Terrace
    Gilberton