Childrens Immunisations
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All children aged 3-4 years require booster immunisations prior to starting school. This clinic also aims to
immunise older children behind schedule.

Immunisation is the safest way of protecting your child against serious disease.  When a child has been
immunised their bodies can fight the disease they come into contact with.  The only time to stop immunisation
is when a disease has been eradicated worldwide.

There are risks involved with every vaccination but it is important to remember that an un-immunised child is at
greater risk of catching a disease which can cause serious complications or even death.

All vaccines are carefully tested but are not 100% guaranteed for every individual.

There is a recommended schedule for child immunisations.  For more detailed information please speak to the
Health Visitor.

For further information, please call the surgery on
0151 295 3800.
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