Should your baby receive their routine vaccinations during the Covid-19 pandemic?
Unequivocally yes! Click here for more information
Our empty waiting room policy will make your appointment as safe as possible.
The doctors and nurses at Wheaton Hall strongly recommend that all children should receive a full course of vaccination where possible.
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Baby and Childhood Immunisation
The following is the current list of recommended vaccines for babies, correct as of 2021.
All of these with the exception of the BCG will be given in the surgery by your practice nurse.
||BCG (given in HSE clinic)
||6 in 1 + PCV + MenB + rotavirus
||6 in 1 + MenB + rotavirus
||6 in 1 + PCV + MenC
||MMR + MenB
||Hib/MenC + PCV
- BCG – Bacille Calmette Guerin vaccine
- PCV – Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine
- Men C – Meningococcal C vaccine
- Men B – Meningococcal B vaccine
- Hib – Haemophilus Influenzae B vaccine
- MMR – Measles Mumps Rubella vaccine
- rotavirus vaccine
- 6 in 1 – Diphtheria, Tetanus, Whooping Cough (Pertussis), Hepatitis B,
Hib (Haemophilus influenzae B), Polio (Inactivated poliomyelitis),
When your child is aged 4 to 5 years, they will get two further booster vaccines:
- The 4 in 1 booster to protect against diphtheria, polio, tetanus and whooping cough (pertussis); and
- a second dose of the MMR vaccine to protect against measles, mumps and rubella.
These vaccines are usually given by a HSE doctor or nurse in primary school.
Travel Vaccines – see Travel services page.
Covid Vaccines – see COVID-19