Adult Immunisations

These are mostly free and are given by the nurses. For travel vaccinations it is best to start 6 weeks before leaving country. We can also give Yellow Fever immunisation, ACWY and Hep B Vaccination, if necessary (a fee is payable for this).

Patients who need the Travel Vaccination, which are allowed free under NHS should be registered with NHS for at least three months.

Flu and Pneumonia Vaccination

We start giving the Flu and Pneumonia Vaccination from 1st October of Every Year. All the patients who are above 65yrs, or who suffers from Diabetes, Asthma, COPD, Epilepsy, CHD, or any other chronic disease need to have the Flu Vaccination every year, and Pneumonia once in every three year.

Children's Immunisations

Please book your appointment for the postnatal which is due after the 6 weeks of the delivery.  

This is your responsibility to book the appointment for the baby checks, which is due when the baby is of 8 weeks. The baby check becomes due before the 1st course of immunisation.

This is also your responsibility to book the appointment for the immunisations of your baby.

For more information on children's immunisations visit the NHS Immunisation website.

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