Immunisation

Baby Immunisation

Your Baby and Immunisation

Infants and children face many potential dangers from various infectious diseases in the first few years of their lives. Children who fall sick often miss out on learning opportunities and playtime and can affect their overall growth and development. One of the major contributing factors to improvement in child health is the availability of vaccines.

Learn about some common vaccines that are available for children and how they can help to keep your child healthy.

Comprehensive Childhood Immunisation Packages from 2 months old to 9 & 20 months old available. 
Call individual clinic now to enquire!


Find out more about the purpose of each childhood vaccination in our e-brochure.

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National Childhood Immunisation Schedule

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Sources: National Immunisation Registry


Recommended Vaccines

DTPa-IPV/HiB/HBV (6-in-1 Vaccine)
HAV (Hepatitis A Vaccine)
HBV (Hepatitis B Vaccine)
Influenza Vaccine
MMRV Vaccine
Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine
Rotavirus Vaccine
BCG (Bacillus Calmette-Guérin)
HPV Vaccine (Human Papillomavirus Vaccine)

FAQ

What is immunisation?
Why is childhood immunisation important?
How long are vaccines effective for?
How do I get my child vaccinated?
When should my child get vaccinated?
Optional immunisations
What Are ‘5-in-1’ and ‘6-in-1’ vaccines?

 

 

Sources: Health Promotion Board