Complete range of medical services in Malvern East

At Chadstone Road Clinic we are proud to have a full range of medical services available for your family's health and wellbeing.

Children’s immunisations

  • We follow the Australian Immunisation requirements and follow up with reminder letters when their next immunisation is due.
  • All children should be immunised against all the major childhood diseases.
  • Remember to bring your child’s Health Centre Book and Medicare card to assist updating your child’s Immunisation record.
  • Bexsero is the first vaccine to help protect against group B (Men B) which causes over 80% of meningococcal disease in Australia and over 90% of meningococcal disease in infants. Unfortunately for now, this vaccine will not be included as a 'free' vaccine on the schedule and will need to be purchased as a private vaccine.

Adult immunisation and travel vaccinations

  • Adults should consider immunisation against hepatitis A and B and influenza
  • Adults should ensure their tetanus is up-to-date and that they have received adequate measles, mumps and rubella coverage
  • Combination whooping cough and tetanus vaccination is recommended particularly if working with babies or having a baby/grandchild
  • Dedicated Flu clinics operate for two months prior to flu season, as part of our medical services.  We provide flexible times to fit in with work commitments.
  • Injection/s with little to no waiting time
  • We recommend talking to us for travel advice and vaccinations if needed, at least 6-8 weeks prior to travel.
    • This advice will take into account your itinerary, style of accommodation, activities while travelling, medical history and allergies.
    • Assessment of malaria risk and strategies to prevent other insect-borne disease.  Vaccines are usually on site.
    • Allow 20 minutes time after consultation.
    • Bring your travel itinerary, vaccinations records, details of any medication you are regularly or intermittently taking.       


Common vaccination costs (as of March 2015)

Vaccine Cost per dose
Chicken pox $62.00 (2 doses for adults 6 weeks apart)
Flu (seasonal)- please discuss with your Doctor


Hepatitis A

$77.00 adult (2 doses required 6-12 months apart)

$50.00 child
Hepatitis A and B

$80.00 adult (3 doses required)

$52.00 child

Hepatitis A and typhoid


Hepatitis B

$28.00 adult (3 doses required)

$18.00 child
Measles, mumps, rubella $33.00


Menactra- $85.00

Neisvac- $78.00

Menveo- $85.00

Bexsero- $120.00

Japanese encephalitis                     

Imojev- $270.00

Jespect- $75 (course of 2)

Polio $45.00
Rabies $125 each (3 doses required)

Tetanus, dipthertia and whooping cough


Tetanus, diptheria, whooping cough and polio


Typhoid $54.00
Pneumonia (Pneumovax 23) $37.70 up to $38.80
Shingles (Zostavax) $220.00
Gardasil (HPV) $132.00

How long do vaccinations last?

The information outlines the usual duration of protection once the vaccination course is complete. For some vaccines, the duration is uncertain.

Vaccine Duration of protection
Chicken pox



10 years

Flu (seasonal)

1 year

Hepatitis A

Long term after full course

Hepatitis B

Long term after full course

Japanese Encephalitis

Not yet established but possibly up to 4 years

Measles, mumps and rubella

Lifetime if 2 doses


2-3 years



Rabies (pre-exposure)

Long term after full course


10 years


3 years

Whooping cough, tetanus and diphtheria

10 years

Is currently given with every pregnancy


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Obstetrics and women’s health

  • Education, advice and treatment as part of our medical services
  • Family planning, contraception, hormone replacement therapy, menopause
  • Regular pap smears and breast checks recommended
  • Several of our doctors undertake shared obstetric care with local specialists and hospitals

Men’s health

  • Assessment of prostate and testicular disease, cardiovascular risk
  • Complete men’s health checks - particularly worthwhile for men over 40
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Older people and those with chronic disease

  • Health assessments for people over 75
  • Care plans for people with chronic illness
  • May be covered by subsidised allied health, coordinated by our nursing sisters
  • Comprehensive care of illness, injury or other issues

Lifestyle advice and preventive medicine

  • Prevention and treatment of disease for all patients
  • Health check-ups
  • Dietary advice
  • Stress management
  • Weight loss and exercise prescriptions
  • Quitting smoking

Minor surgery

  • Treatment of many moles, skin lesions, minor fractures and suturing of lacerations
  • All equipment is sterilised, according to Infection Control guidelines, in our autoclave, or is disposable and used once only


  • Australian Clinicalabs facility on site
  • Open Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm
  • Nurse is unavailable at lunchtime 1pm-1.30pm
  • No appointment necessary, can phone for any queries


  • Sue Cook - qualified remedial massage therapist with 15 years experience
  • In practice Mondays, Wednesdays, Friday afternoons and Saturdays
  • No doctor’s referral, unless for Work Cover claim
  • For appointments phone 0409 539 403
  • Massage therapy suitable for all ages and all muscular complaints, post-operative requirements, sports injuries, relaxation


  • Arna Stewart- qualified clinical psychologist
  • In practice Thursday 10.00am - 5.30pm and Friday 10.00am - 4.00pm
  • Medicare and private health insurance rebates available
  • For appointments phone 0400 012 388