We provide childhood vaccinations free of charge for all children according to the National Immunisation programme. This starts at 8 weeks of age.
We offer annual flu vaccinations according the annual prevalent strains identified by the World Health Organisation. Vaccinations are recommended for pregnant ladies and anyone over the age of 65. Also those aged 6 months to 65 years with a chronic illness such as diabetes, heart, kidney or neurological disease. Flu vaccine info.
Streptococcus Pneumonia is a bacterium which causes pneumococcal disease. This is a major cause of illness among the very young and old and can lead to:
- Blood Stream Infections
- Ear Infections
Please see our Travel Medicine section for details.
Varicella (Chicken Pox) Vaccination
These vaccinations are not part of the public health vaccination schedule in Ireland but can be provided on request in advance.
This is especially relevant to immunosuppressed patients or to women planning pregnancy who have never had chicken pox.
Cervical Cancer (HPV) Vaccination
These have now become part of the public health vaccination schedule for females only but they can be provided outside this programme on request in advance.
This vaccination can be offered to both females and males to help prevent contracting the Human Papilloma Virus.
Health workers or those exposed to occupational risk of Hepatitis should be vaccinated and we can provide this service for employers or the individual on request.