The Immunisation Clinic at the Women's and Children's Hospital is part of the Adelaide Immunisation Centre of Excellence (AICE).
It provides immunisation services to women and children who are current inpatients and outpatients at the hospital, offering the best possible protection against vaccine preventable diseases such as whooping cough, measles and the flu.
The clinic is staffed by authorised immunisation nurses who offer a comprehensive immunisation program, including additional immunisation needs for medically at risk patients and their families.
The general public, visitors to the hospital and patients of other hospitals cannot access these services.
The Immunisation Clinic offers the following:
A booked appointment or drop-in service is available.
Appointments can be made by calling (08) 8161 6316.
Please bring your Medicare card, your child's Child Health Record (Blue Book), and/or your SA Pregnancy Record (Orange Book).
Please note: A written hospital referral will be required from your specialist doctor at the hospital if your child is medically at risk and has additional immunisation requirements.
Monday to Friday 9.00am – 4.30pm
Closed weekends and public holidays.
Zone A, Level 1 (next to Paediatric Outpatients and in close proximity to Women’s Outpatients)
Women's and Children's Hospital
72 King William Road
North Adelaide SA 5006
Telephone: (08) 8161 6316
Below are some useful links for your information:
Immunisation during pregnancy – translated versions
The Immunisation Clinic consumer brochure (300kb)
National Immunisation Program - South Australian Schedule (47kb)