Make an appointment

It is important your child receives their vaccines on time every time, make the appointment today.

The table below outlines the vaccinations schedule

Age Where Vaccine
Birth Hospital / HSE Clinic BCG (TB)
2 Months GP 6 in 1 + PCV
4 Months GP 6 in 1 + Men C
6 Months GP 6 in 1 + PCV
12 Months GP MMR + PCV
13 Months GP Men C + Hib
4-5 Years GP / School 4 in 1 + MMR
1st Year Second level School School HPV (Girls Only)
1st Year Second level School School Tdap
1st Year Second level School School MenC
At risk groups GP / Pharmacy Flu Vaccine

The table below outlines where you should contact to make an appointment for vaccination.

Vaccine Where
BCG (TB)
Available in maternity hospitals in some areas or phone you public health nurse to arrange an appointment.
6 in 1 + PCV Contact your GP practice to make an appointment.
6 in 1 + Men C Contact your GP practice to make an appointment.
6 in 1 + PCV Contact your GP practice to make an appointment.
MMR + PCV Contact your GP practice to make an appointment.
Men C + Hib Contact your GP practice to make an appointment.
4 in 1 + MMR The HSE will contact you through the school when your child is in Junior Infants.
If you have any queries please contact the local health office
HPV The HSE will contact you through the school when your daughter is in 1st year of second level school.
If you have any queries please contact the local health office
Tdap The HSE will contact you through the school when your son/daughter is in 1st year of second level school.
If you have any queries please contact the local health office
MenC The HSE will contact you through the school when your son/daughter is in 1st year of second level school.
If you have any queries please contact the local health office
Flu Vaccine Between October and the end of April each year contact your GP/pharmacist/occupational health department to make an appointment for this seasons vaccine

This page was updated - March 2016