We offer a wide range of vaccinations and many of these are funded including all childhood immunisations.
It's important to keep your child immunised against diseases like measles, mumps and rubella. Children should have their routine immunisations at 6 weeks, 3 months, 5 months, 15 months and 5 years.
Check out the National Immunsation Schedule for children.
During the flu season, we offer influenza vaccinations. You may be eligible for a funded flu vaccine if you are pregnant, over 65 or have certain long term conditions eg COPD, Asthma
To protect against HPV, which can lead to cervical cancer, funded vaccines are available to males and females aged between 9 - to 26 years old. Males are vaccinated too to protect against transmission of the virus during sex.
We recommend the meningococcal vaccine for all children aged 11-18 years old to protect against Meningitis, a serious but uncommon brain infection. Students living in student accommodation may also be at higher risk.
The Shingles vaccine called Vaccine Zostavax is funded for people who are 65 years old. Shingles is a painful rash caused by the varicella-zoster virus and is more common in older adults.
For more information visit The Immunisation Advisory Centre