EHA Immunisation Clinics
Immunisation is a simple, safe and effective way of protecting children and the community against certain diseases. Vaccines on the National Immunisation Program are provided free of charge for those with a Medicare Card. The Eastern Health Authority (EHA) hold immunisation clinics at The ARC every month.
Eastern Health Authority (EHA) provides immunisation programs on behalf of Campbelltown City Council and residents are invited to attend the clinic held at The ARC Campbelltown, or any other clinic held by EHA.
The ARC Campbelltown
531 Lower North East Road, Campbelltown
For a fill list of all clinic locations and times, download the 2020 Immunisation Program.
Bookings can be made online at www.eha.sa.gov.au/booking/start or by phone on 8132 3600.
Frequently Asked Questions
Please bring your child's Personal Health Record book, Medicare Card and any relevant immunisation history & record cards to every immunisation session you attend.
A vaccine against meningococcal B is available on the private market. EHA currently has stock of this vaccine called Bexsero. The vaccine can be commenced from 6 weeks of age.
Eastern Health Authority’s Immunisation Nurses can provide an assessment of your immunisation records where vaccinations have been provided by a Doctor and other immunisation provider either in Australia or Overseas. To arrange for an assessment complete the Request for Assessment of Immunisation Records and provide copies of all previous immunisation history in English or translated into English.
EHA offer flu vaccines generally from April to December each year, for a fee.
Book an appointment at a special Flu Clinic or if booking at a public clinics with other scheduled vaccinations, no separate booking is required for a Flu Vaccine, please just speak to EHA staff when you arrive at clinic.
The cost of the flu vaccine is $22.00 per vaccine unless you are eligible for a free flu vaccination through the government’s Annual Funded Influenza Program.
In some cases a medical practitioner will complete a script of a vaccine so that the individual can purchase the medication and arrange the vaccination at their convenience. Vaccines purchased under these circumstances are not able to be administered by EHA immunisation nurses as they have not been stored under the control of our offices.
Most vaccines are able to be provided to you by EHA if you provide the script to them. Contact EHA to discuss which vaccine your GP has recommended and if we are able to assist you.