1.1.R.09 Recognised immunisation provider

Definition

A 'recognised immunisation provider' for the purposes of FA, has the same meaning as 'recognised vaccination provider' under the Australian Immunisation Register Act 2015.

A 'recognised immunisation provider' is:

  • a general practitioner (1.1.G.12), or
  • an individual, or body, endorsed for the purposes of the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) by the Commonwealth, a state or a territory to administer vaccines in Australia.

Act reference: FAAct section 3(1)-'recognised immunisation provider'.

Last reviewed: 20 September 2016