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Approved Yellow Fever vaccination providers - contact/location details of approved Yellow Fever immunisation providers in SA
Information for health professionals on various immunisation-related topics including clinical updates, handling vaccines, delivering immunisations and the Australian Immunisation Handbook.
The National Immunisation Program includes:
Vaccines are free under National and State funded programs for eligible people, however, some immunisation providers may charge a consultation or service fee. Please discuss any costs for receiving funded vaccines with your immunisation provider.
The Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) records vaccines for people of all ages in Australia. All providers delivering immunisation services must report doses administered to the AIR. To apply to register with AIR, see Immunisation records and registers.
A catch-up schedule, to determine the vaccines required for optimum protection, is calculated on age, vaccination history, current recommendations and risk factors for those that may have missed or delayed some of the scheduled vaccines.
The Commonwealth Government’s Immunisation Calculator calculates catch-up schedules based on the Australian National Immunisation Program schedule for children up to their 10th birthday. For information on catch-up schedules for individuals aged 10 years of age and over, see the Australian Immunisation Handbook catch up guidelines.
Immunisation coverage rates for South Australia are available from the Australian Immunisation Register.
The National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance (NCIRS) is a research organisation that provides independent expert advice on all aspects of vaccine preventable diseases, and other issues related to immunisation. Resources include:
For information on travel vaccination see the Smartraveller website or contact a travel vaccination centre.