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Information for the community – Updated guidelines from 20 July 2021
The Women's and Children's Hospital is located on the traditional lands for the Kaurna people, and we respect their spiritual relationship with their Country. We also acknowledge that the Kaurna people are the custodians of the Adelaide region, and that their cultural and heritage beliefs are still as important to the living Kaurna people today.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website may contain images, voices and names of people who have passed away.

COVID-19 Vaccination Program

The Women's and Children's Health Network is proud to be supporting the COVID-19 vaccine national rollout strategy.

If you have been to a COVID-19 listed area that requires self-isolation and testing, please call 1800 253 787 to reschedule your appointment.

Read more about contact tracing – SA Health web site

There are two COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics at the Women's and Children's Hospital open for bookings for eligible members of the public.

To find out if you're eligible for a vaccine, visit the Commonwealth Government's page:

Where are the clinics located?

Both COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics at the Women's and Children's Hospital can be accessed via the main entry on Kermode St.

Our Astra Zeneca clinic is located on the Ground Floor crèche, and the Pfizer Clinic is located on the first floor in the former Boylan Ward.

More information on transport, parking options and what to expect for your appointment can be found in our Frequently Asked Questions.

How do I book?

Bookings for COVID-19 vaccination appointments at the WCH can be made via the following link:

Where can I find more information?

SA Health has more detailed information on booking vaccination appointments.

About the Vaccine

Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is the best way to protect you and the South Australian community.

Any COVID-19 vaccine approved for use in Australia must pass the TGA's assessment and approval processes to ensure it is effective and safe.

For more information, visit the following page on the Australian Government Department of Health website: