The flu vaccination is shown to be 70% effective in preventing flu infections1 and reduces sick days by up to 43%2

The spread of the Influenza virus through your workplace can be devastating, causing employees to be off sick for between 4-6 days3. Fortunately, an Influenza Vaccination Program is one of the most cost effective ways to improve your business’ success, preventing 70% of flu cases1.

SMG Health has been providing onsite employee flu vaccinations to workplaces across Australia for over a decade. We have developed an industry leading reputation for quality of delivery, national coverage, innovative marketing strategies and program management expertise. This is why many of Australia’s leading companies including 3 of the 4 major banks and federal, state and local government organisations, trust SMG Health with the provision of flu vaccinations to their employees.

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Why SMG Health?

Dedicated Program Manager

We provide a direct contact and support team, not a telephone tree!

Fewer Bookings Each Hour

We book 28 vaccinations per hour up to 12 per hour less than our competitors, reducing wait times and improving satisfaction levels.


Trusted by nearly 400 clients including 3 of the 4 major banks and major local, state & federal government departments.

Data Security

State of the art security processes ensuring the physical and online data collected by your staff remains safe and secure.

Quality Assured

ISO certification, an in-house medical director, immunisation certified registered nurses and state based licenses in every Australian state and territory.

Online Booking System

Streamlined process, automated calendar invites and SMS reminders.

Marketing & Communications

Maximising employee participation through innovative and varied promotional options.

APAC Coverage

We deliver vaccinations throughout Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific Region.


1Osterholm, M.T., Kelley, N.S., Sommer, A. and Belongia, E.A., 2012. Efficacy and effectiveness of influenza vaccines: a systematic review and meta-analysis. The Lancet infectious diseases, 12(1), pp.36-44.

2Talbot, H.K., Zhu, Y., Chen, Q., Williams, J.V., Thompson, M.G. and Griffin, M.R., 2013. Effectiveness of influenza vaccine for preventing laboratory-confirmed influenza hospitalizations in adults, 2011-2012 influenza season. Clinical infectious diseases, p.cit124.

3Keech, M. and Beardsworth, P., 2008. The impact of influenza on working days lost. Pharmacoeconomics, 26(11), pp.911-924.

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