Immunisation Service

Immunisation is a simple, safe and effective way of protecting people against harmful diseases that can cause serious health problems in the community. The more people who are vaccinated, the fewer opportunities a disease has to spread.

We provide routine childhood vaccinations against diseases, including the common flu vaccine. 

FREE vaccinations are available if they are listed in the National Immunisation Programs SA Schedule(52 kb)

Costs do apply to those that do not fall within this schedule: Immunisation Vaccine Price List 2017(281 kb)

Please note we do not offer travel vaccinations.

Immunisation Locations & Times

GP Plus Health Care
16 Playford Boulevard, Elizabeth
Mondays 9.30am – 12.30pm

UniHealth Playford Medical Centre
250 -252 Curtis Road, Munno Para
Thursdays 1.30 – 4.30pm & 5.30 – 7.30pm

A special note for parents & guardians: Please remember to bring your child’s Medicare Card when coming to the clinic. For children under the age of 7, please bring along your ‘Blue Baby Book’.

School Immunisation Program

Protection produced by some vaccines will decline over time and booster doses may be needed to ensure high levels of protection are maintained (for example diptheria, whooping cough and tetanus). A booster dose given in high school will provide protection over a longer period of time. Also vaccines such as the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine are more effective if delivered at a specific age.

Vaccines delivered through the school program are made available at no cost under the National Immunisation Program. Fully trained and qualified vaccination teams visit all high schools in South Australia to deliver the program.


To be eligible to receive free vaccines under the School Immunisation Program, your child must be enrolled in Year 8. Home-schooled children are also eligible to receive the recommended vaccinations free.

Vaccines for 2018

Year 8:


The Men B Vaccine Herd Immunity Study - B PART OF IT

From 2017, Year 10, 11 and 12 students across the state are eligible to participate in the study if their school signs up and parents and students provide consent. Students enrolled in the study will receive two doses of the Bexsero® meningococcal B vaccine and have two throat swabs taken.

Schools will be randomly selected into either Group A or Group B:

  • Group A students will recieve the first throat swab and both doses of the vaccine in 2017 and the final throat swab in 2018
  • Group B students will have the first throat swab taken in 2017 and receive both doses of the Bexsero® vaccine and have the final swab in 2018

More information is available at the B Part Of It website.


The Men B Study - School Leavers Program

This is being conducted through our routine clinics. Please call 8256 0118 for more information.


More services we offer:


Please contact our Immunisation Team if you need more information. 

Ph: (08) 8256 0118 or 0421 619 848    Email:

Post: 12 Bishopstone Road, Davoren Park SA 5113 | Visit: Playford Civic Centre, 10 Playford Boulevard, Elizabeth
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