Lane Cove Wellness Centre
OFFERING A WIDE RANGE OF LEATH ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Childhood vaccines for adults – price on application
These help to immunise you against the diseases from which children receive protection.
How does it work?
Usually no waiting time. These vaccines immunise against the following:
Triple Antigen: This comprises three different antigens that are administered in a single dosage for:
- Whooping Cough (pertussis)
And we also do a single vaccination of another three strains:
Vaccinations are important for those who live or work in close contact with children who are elderly, diabetic, asthmatic or have other ongoing health issues, and who believe that they are in danger of acquiring secondary illnesses such as shingles.
From January, 2019, other vaccines will also be administered by the pharmacist for people over 16 Y.O.
We deliver vaccines in a private room.
All you need to do is to sign a consent form.
Can pharmacists vaccinate people?
This pharmacy has a qualified pharmacist who is trained to give a flu vaccination.
Simply pop in and ask the duty pharmacists and we will do the rest.
Benefit to you
Gives you and your loved ones peace of mind.
Our hours are convenient for mums or “Mr Mums” to fit in between pre-school or school drop-off times, working mums and dads as well as busy grandparents.
A major benefit is very little waiting and convenient hours.
It is very beneficial for those who work in close contact with other people or who travel by public transport.
Your pharmacist will show you the chart for frequency of need for these vaccines.
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