NHS vaccinations and when to have them
It's important that vaccines are given on time for the best protection, but if you or your child missed a vaccine, contact us on 0207 739 8525 to catch up.
NHS vaccination schedule
Vaccines for babies under 1 year old
|8 weeks||Rotavirus vaccine|
|6-in-1 vaccine (2nd dose)|
|12 weeks||Pneumococcal vaccine|
|Rotavirus vaccine (2nd dose)|
|16 weeks||6-in-1 vaccine (3rd dose)|
|MenB vaccine (2nd dose)|
Vaccines for children aged 1 to 15
|Hib/MenC vaccine (1st dose)|
|1 year||MMR vaccine (1st dose)|
|Pneumococcal vaccine (2nd dose)|
|MenB vaccine (3rd dose)|
|2 to 10 or 11 years||Children's flu vaccine (every year until children finish primary school)|
|3 years and 4 months||MMR vaccine (2nd dose)|
|4-in-1 pre-school booster vaccine|
|12 to 13 years||HPV vaccine|
|14 years||3-in-1 teenage booster vaccine|
Vaccines for adults
|50 years (and every year after)||Flu vaccine|
|65 years||Pneumococcal vaccine|
|70 to 79 years||Shingles vaccine|
Vaccines for pregnant women
|When it's offered||Vaccines|
|During flu season||Flu vaccine|
|From 16 weeks pregnant||Whooping cough (pertussis) vaccine|
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