If you travel outside of Australia, then there is a possibility that you may be at risk of getting sick from a number of diseases, depending on where you are traveling to, that are preventable by vaccination. Different vaccines are needed for different countries and finding out your risk factors are important in preventing illness and diseases. Consulting your doctor 6 to 12 weeks before you travel is the best way to stay updated and informed.
If you require travel vaccinations you should contact your doctor as soon as possible as some vaccinations may require a series of injections.
We keep a large number of travel vaccinations in our dedicated vaccine fridge that immunise against:
- Hepatitis A
We can also update immunity against:
- Whooping cough
Information and Updates
We advise on malaria prophylaxis and prevention and treatment of travellers’ diarrhoea.
Yellow Fever Vaccinations
We do not currently provide yellow fever vaccinations
Your doctor will advise when they expect the results of any tests or radiography to arrive at the practice. You will need to make a follow up appointment with your doctor to discuss your results.
Reception staff cannot give results out over the phone or via email (with the exception of INR results). Please book in to see a GP to request a copy of your results, appointments that are booked in to receive results are bulk billed.
We appreciate your understanding in this matter.