Alexander Heights Family Practice provide the full range of vaccinations for patients according to the National Immunisation Schedule

Childhood Vaccine Schedule

The schedule includes vaccines for infants at 2, 4, 6, 12, and 18 months, and at 4 years. 

For school age children who miss their school vaccination or elect to get their vaccines through their GP, these are done at Yr 8 in terms 1, 2 and 3.

Teens between 15 and 20 can have a vaccination for Meningicoccal ACWY as part of the catch-up program if not done through school.

Free Adult Vaccinations

The pneumococcal vaccine is available for free to over 65s, and the herpes zoster (shingles) vaccine to 70-80 year olds.

The Whooping Cough vaccine is available free for pregnant women. Other family members may get a vaccine at low cost.

Seasonal Influenza

The flu vaccine is available free to at-risk groups, including children under 5, elderly over 65, Pregnant women, Aboriginal people, and anyone with a chronic disease such has heart or lung diseases.

If you feel you are at risk for influenza but aren't in one of the at risk groups, then we can provide a vaccination to you for a small private fee.

Travel Vaccinations

Please see your regular doctor for advice on what travel vaccinations to get plus any other precautions required for your destination. The majority of travel vaccines are available from the pharmacy next to the building and can be done on the day of your appointment. Please present more than 14 days prior to departure.