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Queensland Specialist Immunisation Service

The Queensland Specialist Immunisation Service (QSIS) provides vaccination advice for children with complex medical conditions as well as children who have experienced, are at risk of an adverse event following immunisation, as well as children who have had failed attempts to vaccinate due to needle-phobia. Our team consists of immunisation specialists includes senior medical, nursing and allied health staff.

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Immunisation Centre

Families are encouraged to visit the Immunisation Centre (2g) while visiting the hospital to check their immunisation status. This service is especially important for families who have limited access to immunisation services at their local health care service. View centre in the virtual tour below.


Specialist Immunisation Clinic
Level 3 (3c) Outpatients, Queensland Children’s Hospital, South Brisbane 4101

Our Specialist Immunisation Clinic provides immunisation services to children who:

  • have previously had an adverse event following immunisation or are at risk of a significant adverse event
  • have an underlying complex medical condition
  • require post immunisation supervision in a hospital setting.

Children can be referred to the QSIS Specialist Clinic by their treating doctor.

Who can access this service?

Queensland Specialist Immunisation Service

The service is available state-wide via referral. Telephone advice or telehealth consultation can be provided.

Immunisation Centre (2g)

This service is available to patients and families accessing services at the Queensland Children’s Hospital.

Catchment area

This service is available to children living in Queensland and Northern New South Wales.

Telehealth appointments are also available to patients living outside the catchment area when clinically appropriate.

Do I need a referral?

You will need a referral to access the specialist immunisation clinic.

Please speak with your general practitioner or health professional about being referred to this service.

Other referral information

Please bring your child’s documented immunisation history and any previous test results you have available with you to your appointment.

Please call Patient Call Centre to confirm or change appointments.
t: 1300 762 831

This service is available at

Immunisation Centre (2g)
Queensland Children’s Hospital

Level 2
501 Stanley Street
South Brisbane
QLD 4101
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Contact details

t: 13 HEALTH (13 43 25 84) (24 hours a day, 7 day a week)
e: QSIS_CHQadmin@health.qld.gov.au 

Operating hours

The Immunisation Centre (2g) operates Monday to Friday, 8am-4pm. No appointment is necessary.

Closed on public holidays.

When are immunisations due?

Queensland Health’s immunisation schedule makes it easy to keep your child’s immunisations up to date. Click on the link below to view the schedule.

Immunisation schedule

Influenza (The Flu)

Immunisation history

To view your child’s immunisation history please log into your MyGov account.

Related services

Child Health Service

Immunisation Services


For more information about immunisation follow the links below:

National Immunisation Program Schedule Queensland

Vaccination matters

Get the facts

Needle phobia

Questions about vaccination

Department of Health – Immunisation webpage

ASCIA guidelines for vaccination of children with an egg allergy

Sharing Knowledge about Immunisation (SKAI)

National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance (NCIRS)

Immunisation fact sheet translated (25 different languages)

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Immunisation colouring sheets