Childhood Immunisation Clinics
Your child will be offered regular immunisations in the years before they start school. These protect them against potentially harmful diseases like polio, meningitis and measles.
Immunisations work by stimulating your child's body to produce antibodies against harmful diseases. Most are given more than once to make sure that they've definitely “taken”. The second or third doses are known as boosters. Children are offered immunisations when they're young to make sure they are protected against diseases before they come into contact with them. Each time your child has a vaccination, it's noted in their Red Book so that you have a record of what they have had.
Childhood immunisation clinics are run at the practice four times a week, both morning and afternoons.
11.30am - 12.30am
13.30pm - 13.50pm
10.25am - 10.45am
11:00am - 11.30pm