We operate a travel & vaccination clinic and are generally fully stocked with most vaccinations

We offer a full range of vaccinations and travel advice at our Centre, including Yellow Fever. This is an open service, also available to patients registered with GPs elsewhere. Please bring your vaccination records with you. We can also issue medical passports when needed. For further details about our travel clinic, click here.


For more information about the flu vaccine please follow this link.

The yearly flu shot campaign takes place in the first two weeks of November. If you are a registered family practice/GP patient, you will automatically receive an invitation for the influenza (flu) vaccination if you:

– Are age 60 or above. You will also be offered a pneumococcal vaccine.

– Have a medical condition such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease,  kidney disease, lung disease or a compromised immune system

The administration of the planned vaccines will take place in the 2nd week of November. This is before the expected outbreaks of influenza, in case of emergency (family visit abroad etc) we have very limited stock for earlier vaccination.

The IHCH will send invitations each year if you have any of the conditions mentioned above. If you did not receive an invitation and think you are eligible, you can come by the Pharmacy between 9 – 11 a.m. and 2 – 4 p.m. If you are demed eligible we will provide you with a request form and the vaccine, and you can get it administered between the same hours at the GP Family Practice.


For adults and children over 9, only one does is required. For children under the age of 9, if it is their first ever flu vaccine, they will need two doses given four weeks apart. For children <9 who’ve had the flu vaccine in the past, only one dose is needed.

There is currently no availability of influenza vaccines for children below age 3 (own request), only for children with medical indication. Latest scientific insights tell us that vaccinating healthy children <3 yrs is medically not effective, which is also why we do not recommend to do so.

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