Immunisation is one of the most cost effective public health interventions by which to maintain and protect the health of the population via the reduction, elimination and eradication of preventable communicable diseases. Immunisation protects not only the individual but the wider community from the spread of infection and disease by decreasing the number of vulnerable people in the population.
At Horsham Rural City Council we provide free immunisations for infants, children and adults each month, in accordance with the National Immunisation Program.
All immunisations sessions are conducted in the Reception Room of the Council Offices in Roberts Ave, Horsham
First & Third Thursday of each Month
Sessions run from 9.00am to 10.00 am
Alternatively contact a Maternal Child Health Nurse who can immunise your child at a Maternal Child Health Centre.
New Baby? Need some information? The Immunisation team have created a great resource to asist with all the information you will need to help you along the journey to keeping your new baby happy and healthy. The Horsham Rural City Council Birth Kit has information on medicare entitlements, immunisation details and maternal child health services.
SCHOOL IMMUNISATION Sessions 2017
Council's Immunisation team attend secondary schools to deliver vaccinations to school aged children in years 7.
Vaccinations provided to school aged children are Gardasil, Boostrix and Valrix.
Information and consent cards are sent out through the individual colleges.
For more information on Secondary School immunisations visit the Department of Health ImmuneHero website.