We offer a range of vaccinations to suit your needs, with consulting rooms in Emsworth on the border of Hampshire and Sussex along with flexible appointment times we make it as simple as possible to get vaccinated and to protect your health.
Vaccines offer protection from a range of diseases by introducing a tiny amount of the virus or bacteria with its pathogenicity (its ability to make you ill) removed but its immunogenicity (its ability to induce an immune response) intact. This enables your body to create antibodies to protect you should you come into contact with the virus or bacteria again.
Our most popular vaccines are:
- Chicken pox
- Cervical cancer
- HPV vaccination for boys and girls
- Hepatitis A and B
- Meningitis B - Bexsero
- Shingles vaccine - Zostavax
- Men ACWY vaccine
Chicken pox Vaccination
We use Varivax which is a live attenuated vaccine. 2 Vaccinations required from age 12 months with minimum of 2 months between vaccinations. (The interval can be longer). Varivax should not be given within 30 days of other live vaccines, for example, MMR
Flu Vaccination - Nasal vaccine
Fluenz vaccination is an effective flu vaccine for children from 2 years old up to 18 years. For first time vaccinations 2 vaccines are required only for the first year and then single doses are required each year.
What is it? A single dose up each nostril is given which is very well tolerated.
Flu Vaccine- Quadrivalent
Gardasil Vaccination (HPV)
Vaccination with Gardasil to protect against HPV 6, 11, 16, 18 and reduce risk of cervical cancer. In 99% of cases, cervical cancer occurs as a result of a history of infection with high-risk types of HPV. Often, infection with the HPV causes no symptoms.
Hepatitis B Vaccination
Vaccination courses for those > 16 years can be either:
3 Doses- 0, 1 and 6 months, protection is available at 7 months from the first dose.
3 Vaccinations at 0, 1, 2 months but then a booster dose is required at 12 months
Rapid Dosing Regime (1 month) is only available to those > 18 years
3 Doses - 0, 7, 21 days with a booster at 12 months
Meningitis ACWY Vaccination
Meningitis B Vaccination and 2nd or Booster
MMR - Measles Mumps Rubella Vaccination
Pneumococcal vaccine is to help protect against severe infections caused by bacteria that are called pneumococci. Pneumococci can cause infections of the lungs (especially pneumonia) and of the coverings over the brain and spinal cord (meningitis) and in the blood (bacteraemia or septicaemia). The vaccination can be used from the age or 2 upwards
The Shingles vaccine is available for anyone aged 50 yrs or over. Single Dose once in a lifetime is enough.