Immunisation services, Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick


Phone: (02) 9382 1508

Location: Outpatients Department, Level 0, Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick

About our service

We offer a specialised immunisation service for children who have had an allergic or adverse reaction to immunisations, or who require immunisations under supervision.

There is also an immunisation clinic for children who are patients of the hospital.

Both clinics are held in Outpatients.

Looking for more information about immunisation?

The National Centre for Immunisation Research & Surveillance provides factsheets, immunisation schedules, and history tables.

Referral process for clinicians

Our department is using Consultmed to manage referrals. The Consultmed platform allows health professionals to send e-referrals to us securely.   

Consultmed questions and technical support:

Referral and appointment process for parents and carers

Request a referral

To make an appointment at our clinic, you will need a referral from your GP, paediatrician or specialist. 

They will assess your child, discuss your concerns, and make a referral to the appropriate service.  

Track your referral

Our department uses Consultmed to manage referrals. Your referring clinician sends the e-referral to us using the secure Consultmed platform.  

Once we receive the referral, we will send you an email with your tracking information. We will update you as we process the referral and book your appointment. 

To receive these updates, please ask your referring clinician to include your email on the referral.  

If your clinician has questions about Consultmed or require technical support, they can contact  

Need support?

If you need help or have questions about the referral and appointment process, please contact us.  

Phone: (02) 9382 1508

Clinic information

Specialist immunisation clinic

The clinic provides assessment and management of children and adolescents who have experienced a previous adverse event following immunisation, or who have an underlying medical condition or allergy which may indicate the need for supervision during immunisation.  

Please ensure you bring your Blue Book to record your child's immunisation status.

The clinic also offers advice and discussion for children and parents concerned about vaccines and adverse events. 

  • Location: Outpatients Department, Level 0, Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick
  • Clinic days: Monday afternoons, on a fortnightly basis.

Urgent cases will be referred through the Emergency Department. 

Catch-up immunisation clinic

This clinic is available to all outpatient children and their families.

Children can have catch-up immunisations, annual flu shots or their scheduled vaccinations at this clinic.

Appointments are needed for all immunisations as it is not a drop-in clinic.

Last updated Friday 26th January 2024

Patient and family support

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