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All parents want to feel sure & confident that the health care decisions they are making for their children, are the best. However, when there is conflicting information on the Internet or from the media, this confidence can be shaken. This is even more relevant when it comes to the safety aspect of childhood vaccines. When you want to be sure about your child’s vaccinations, come and consult our team of expert doctors and nurses.
The value and the safety of vaccinating your children against dangerous illnesses is something that cannot be overstated. It has been proved time and again that there benefits of getting your child vaccinated to prevent illnesses greatly outweighs the risks. At our practice, we have all the baby & childhood vaccinations available such as;
All these vaccinations are a basic requirement for your child’s school entry in New South Wales. We also have Hepatitis A and Chickenpox vaccines. Apart from these we also have adult immunizations & boosters, such as influenza & pneumococcal and Hepatitis A and B vaccines. It is also recommended that all the patients, children as well as adults, that have been immunised should wait at the clinic’s premises for at least 15 minutes observation.
So, which vaccine should be taken and when does it have to be taken?
Over the years, your child will require different types of vaccines. Some of them are recommended for teenagers as well as children. However, every state has some differences in this list of vaccinations. This is primarily due to the fact that some infections might be present in certain places and they may be absent in others. It’s always important that you check with your state and/or local health authorities for what exactly is recommended in your state. The information provided in the tables on this page gives detailed information about the different vaccinations for:
There are certain routine vaccinations for children that are all part of the National Immunisation Program schedule; these are free for all eligible children.
If required, you can check with your doctor/ state health authority/ local health authority to find out what your child’s eligibility is. You will find a lot of relevant information on this linkImmunisation Schedule . For any additional information, call your GP at Citydoc and get complete and detailed information about what kind of immunisation your child will require and at what ages these will be required.
Please browse the following useful links;Immunisation Schedule