IMMUNISATIONS

This practice follows the national policy for childhood immunisation. Further information can be found on the NHS Immunisation Schedule website.

 

Routine Immunisation Schedule From Autumn 2019

Child flu vaccine chart for 2019-20

 

 

Other Vaccines And immunisations

 

Shingles Vaccination Programme

Prior to April 2017, shingles vaccine was offered routinely to individuals aged 70 years with a phased catch up programme based on age as of 1 September that year. However from 1 April, in order to simplify the delivery of programme, eligibility has been changed to the date a patient turns 70 years (routine cohort) and 78 years (catch up cohort).

Patients who attain the age of 70 or 78 can however be opportunistically immunised at any point in the year. Patients remain eligible for the shingles vaccine up until their 80th birthday. Those with existing eligibility for the vaccine but who missed it, can be offered immunisation on an opportunistic basis.

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