The WNSW PHN Immunisation Program aims to support the quality of vaccination services to protect individuals and communities from vaccine – preventable disease.

WNSW PHN is able to assist and support practise in the following key areas:

  • Provide support to practices in low coverage areas to achieve an immunisation coverage rate above 90%
  • Data cleansing and reconciliation of Australian Childhood Immunisation Register Reports with practice records; establish practice recall and reminder processes for overdue children
  • Promote accurate and timely notification of immunisation encounters to the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register
  • Assist with reporting issues such as barriers to electronic information transfer
  • Distribute current immunisation resources to practices on request
  • Assist in the management and storage of vaccines, as recommended in the National Vaccine Storage Guidelines “Strive for 5”
  • Cold chain management including data logging services for annual vaccine fridge audit, accreditation purposes, following cold chain breach including power failure
  • Utilise existing data extraction tools to identify patients for specific vaccination e.g. Annual flu clinics

Visit our resource page for further information and website links.

 Immunisation Resources
  1. Isolate / quarantine vaccines – keep refrigerated and do not use
  2. Contact your local public health unit (PHU) on 1300 066 055
  3. Complete the Cold Chain Breach Reporting Form and email to PHU; include data logger readings and the chart of min/max monitoring (am & pm).

Immunisation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People



Emergency Preparedness

Immunisation Education and CPD online modules

Q Fever

Yellow Fever


PIP Quality Improvement Measures 

PEN CS Training Guide:


 To be eligible to receive a PIP QI payment general practices must:

  • be eligible to claim PIPs – be accredited or registered for accreditation
  • register for the PIP QI Incentive through Health Professional Online Services (HPOS) from 1 August 2019
  • electronically submit data to Western NSW Primary Health Network – WNSW PHN has elected to use PEN CAT tool for practices to submit data
  • undertake continuous quality improvement activities in partnership with WNSW PHN


Improvement Measures – Influenza Immunisation PEN CS Recipes

PEN CS Webinars


More Webinars

Product Explainer – The New Herpes Zoster Vaccine

WNSW PHN 2021 Annual Immunisation Update

Contact Us

Michelle Droulers

Immunisation & Cancer Screening Coordinator

Phone: 0418 713 979