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  1. Who provides immunisations in Victoria

    16 Nov 2017

    Immunisations in Victoria are provided by local councils, GPs and specially qualified nurses in medical clinics and community health services, some Maternal and Child Health nurses, travel clinics and...

  2. Immunisation – DTP, polio, hep B and Hib

    A number of combined immunisations against diphtheria, tetanus and other infectious diseases are available to provide protection at various life stages...

  3. Meningococcal disease – immunisation

    16 Nov 2017

    Meningococcal group vaccines provide good protection against meningococcal group diseases...

  4. Polio – immunisation

    16 Nov 2017

    You need several doses of the vaccine before you are fully protected against polio...

  5. Why immunisation is important

    16 Nov 2017

    Immunisation saves lives. It protects you, your family and your community. And it also helps protect future generations by eradicating diseases...

  6. Immunisation facts and misconceptions

    The risk of complications from childhood diseases such as measles is much higher than the risks of immunisation...

  7. Immunisation – common questions

    16 Nov 2017

    We answer some common questions about immunisation, including how immunisation works, why it's important and where you can be immunised...

  8. Chickenpox – immunisation

    09 Nov 2017

    Immunisation against chickenpox can protect your child from getting chickenpox and from the possible serious complications of chickenpox...

  9. Rotavirus – immunisation

    09 Nov 2017

    Children need several doses of the vaccine to reduce the risk of rotavirus...

  10. Victorian Child Health Record

    09 Nov 2017

    My Health and Development Record is designed for parents to keep and record their child's milestones, health, growth, development and immunisations...