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  • Q&A with Australian Health Practitioners

    How much do vaccines typically cost and where is the best place to get immunised?

    Is it best to go to your general practitioner/nurse? How much do they each cost? Are there places people can go where they care cheaper?
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    Naomi Brown

    Registered Nurse

    I am a qualified Nurse, Midwife, Maternal and Child Health Nurse and Lactation Consultant. I have worked over the past 7 years across a range … View Profile

    The Australian Government provides funding for a number of vaccines to be provided to Australians (who have a Medicare number) at no cost. Vaccines covered by the national program are considered routine and a list can be found here:
    Babies and preschoolers can be immunised at a community immunisation session (details could be found by contacting your local council), at your local GP or at some children’s hospitals (for example, the Royal Children’s Hospital in Victoria has an immunisation service available for drop in appointments). The only cost you may incur is if your GP charges a consultation fee above the Medicare rebate (however most GPs bulk bill appointments for children

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