What is it?
The Monash Health Immunisation Service was established in 2012.
It is a nurse-led all-age immunisation drop in service with adult and paediatric immunisation physician support and clinics. The service provides immunisation education and management for high risk groups including oncology, renal, diabetic, respiratory and cardiac, transplant, hyposplenic and asplenic patients. It provides opportunistic immunisation for inpatients and outpatients according to the National Immunisation Program (NIP), influenza vaccines, and antenatal immunisations.
Monash Immunisation Service provide assistance with complex immunisation issues, catch up immunisation advice, immunisation adverse event management and run an outpatient immunisation clinic. The service also has a dedicated BCG clinic for children aged 0-5 years (GP referral required).
Telephone: 1300 882 924 (option 4)
Pager: 4488 via switchboard 9594 6666
Facsimile: 03 9594 6325
- Monash Immunisation homepage
- MVEC: Vaccines in pregnancy
- MVEC: BCG vaccine
- MVEC: Influenza vaccine recommendations
Authors: Joanne Hickman (ANUM Monash Immunisation, Monash Health), Jim Buttery (Paediatrician/ ID physician, Monash Health) and Rachael McGuire (SAEFVIC Research Nurse, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute)
Reviewed by: Joanne Hickman (ANUM Monash Immunisation, Monash Health) and Francesca Machingaifa (SAEFVIC Research Nurse, Murdoch Children’s Research Institute)
Date: February 2020
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