Have your say on our Maternal and Child Health Immunisation services

Published on 04 May 2023


Have you received the support of our Maternal and Child Health (MCH) team?
All Mornington Peninsula parents of newborns and children have access to this free service until their child starts school. This includes visits to a local Maternal and Child Health nurse at 10 key ages in the child’s development.
These visits are provided at one of our 16 Maternal and Child Health Centres located across the Mornington Peninsula.
Alongside our Maternal and Child Health service, we also offer an Immunisation service. This provides free immunisations through the National Immunisation Program for infants and children (0-10 years of age), Years 7 - 10 students (Secondary School Immunisation Program) and adults (Whooping Cough Booster for expectant parents).
The community immunisation sessions are offered at nine different venues across the Shire.
To ensure these services meet our community, we are seeking feedback on your experience when using these services.
Have your say on how we can improve our Maternal and Child Health and Immunisation services.
This community consultation stems from our Council and Wellbeing Plan and specifically Theme 3, “A flourishing, healthy and connected community”. To find out more, please visit our website: mornpen.vic.gov.au/councilplan


A survey is now open until Monday 29 May 2023. Feedback will also be sought in-person at the following locations:

  • Mornington Library, Wednesday 4 May, 11am-2pm
  • Somerville Library, Friday 12 May, 10am-1pm
  • Somerville Library, Thursday 18 May, 10am-1pm
  • Mornington Library, Friday 19 May, 11am-2pm
  • Rosebud Library, Monday 22 May, 11am-2pm
  • Hastings Library, Tuesday 23 May, 11am-2pm

Please visit our website to complete: mornpen.vic.gov.au/maternalchildhealth

Hard copy forms are available at Shire Customer Service Centres and libraries.

Quotes attributable to Mayor Councillor Steve Holland:

“The Shire is always seeking your feedback to enable our continuous improvement. Share your experience with our Maternal and Child Health and Immunisation programs, before Thursday 29 May, so that we can improve these services for future parents and their children.”
Quotes attributable to Health and Wellbeing Committee Representative, Councillor Antonella Celi:

The health and wellbeing of our children is a priority and we want to make sure that the experience delivered through our Maternal and Child Health and Immunisation service meets community expectations. We welcome your feedback on this vital community service before Thursday, 29 May.”



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