We have locations chosen to assist patients, especially the disabled, with the best available parking that we can.
TMG participates in the "smartvax" program. A new program which sends a message to patients to see if they have experienced and reactions following immunisation. If you do not want to participate in this important program please notify reception.
Measles, mumps, rubella and varicella (chickenpox) (MMRV)
Adolescents receive vaccinations primarily via their schools. Catch up vaccinations can be provided at the surgery for any missed vaccinations in the school program. Contact RN Sandy on 08 89484333 for more information or email email@example.com
All pregnant women should receive a whooping cough vaccine in every pregnancy in the last trimester to pass whooping cough antibodies to the baby so they are protected from whooping cough from birth. Fathers and household carers of infants should also be vaccinated every 10 years with whooping cough vaccine. NT.GOV.AU
We've published our Autumn Newsletter which centers in Travel Vaccinations.Download PDF This newsletter is available verbally, through the National Relay Services and trasnlation and interpreter services
Our Clinics will be closed Monday May 6th 2019. Please refer to our afterhours information in the patient Information page.Royal Darwin Hospital Emergency Department is located 105 Rocklands Dr, Tiwi 0810 Ph: 08 8922 8888