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Approved Yellow Fever vaccination providers - contact/location details of approved Yellow Fever immunisation providers in SA
Yellow fever vaccine is recommended for travellers visiting yellow fever endemic countries as listed by the World Health Organization.
The Department of Health has developed the National Guidelines for Yellow Fever Vaccination Centres and Providers.
A practitioner seeking to prescribe and administer the yellow fever vaccine at a Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre is required to successfully complete the online training program, Yellow Fever Vaccination Course. Practitioners currently providing the vaccine have up to three years to complete the course. New providers are required to complete the course prior to applying to become an approved Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre.
In Australia, medical centres providing yellow fever vaccine must be approved by their State or Territory Health Department, as per World Health Organization recommendations.
See Approved Yellow Fever Vaccination Providers in South Australia (PDF 91KB) for a list of approved yellow fever vaccination providers.
To maintain status as a Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre, an approved medical practice must ensure that all practitioners, responsible for the provision of the vaccine, meet the individual accreditation requirements introduced on 26 November 2018. Vaccination providers can become accredited by successfully completing the Yellow Fever Vaccination Course and providing the certificate of completion to the Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre at which they intend to practice.