Health Watch Australia has been delivering tailored, on-site flu vaccination programs across the private, public and government sectors of Australia for over 20 years.
With over 50,000 vaccinations in 2018 we provide the best immunisation clinics in Australia. HWA has developed the expertise, systems, and track record to deliver a premium program uitilising state of the art, best practice protocols, tailored to your working environment.
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Infected persons may become unwell for up to a week. Most patients take up to 2 weeks to recover from influenza, however it can cause complications or even death. Some of the complications can include: pneumonia, bronchitis, croup and ear infections.
The flu vaccine can be safely given during any stage of pregnancy. It is recommended that pregnant women get immunised, as they are at higher risk of severe flu or complications from the influenza virus.
Flu vaccines are 70%-90% effective. They are the best protection from the influenza virus and will minimise the spread of the flu to your family, friends and colleagues.
You cannot catch the flu from a flu vaccine. The flu shot is made from an inactivated virus that cannot transmit infection.
At this stage, we are unable to offer the Over 65 Flu vaccination as it is a Government funded vaccination and must be administered by a General Practitioner at a medical centre. It is against medicare regulations to offer the over 65 flu vaccine during a Corporate vaccination session.
Yes. Health Watch Australia has a user friendly booking system which can be customised for each client.
Health Watch Australia only employs Division 1 Immunisation Nurses and General Practitioners to administer their flu vaccinations. As a rule, Health Watch Australia does not use contractors or agency nurses during their annual flu vaccination programs.
an A/Brisbane/02/2018 (H1N1)pdm09-like virus;
an A/South Australia/34/2019 (H3N2)-like virus;
a B/Washington/02/2019-like (B/Victoria lineage) virus; and
a B/Phuket/3073/2013-like (B/Yamagata lineage) virus.
Staff members can be issued with a voucher and have their flu vaccination at any of our participating pharmacies. There are hundreds of pharmacies nationally to choose from.
No, Health Watch Australia does not charge for no shows. We understand that at times, staff will not be able to attend their session or may be sick on the day. Our clients are not charged for theses staff members.
Yes. Health Watch Australia is affiliated with 2 national pharmacy chains and any staff member who misses a vaccination session can be given a voucher to have their vaccination at one of our participating pharmacies.