Vaccination – Farrer Park Hospital
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Protect yourself and your family against infectious diseases. Boosting your immunity against infectious diseases is vital to your overall well being. Vigilance is key and the Ministry of Health reminded us to not be complacent in our battle against infectious diseases.* Farrer Park Hospital offers a wide range of Vaccinations by appointment at the 24 HR Emergency Clinic​ and on weekends for your convenience.

For charges and schedules please contact

24 HR Emergency Clinic hotline: 67052999Vaccinations Hours: Mon-Sun, 8am-8pm

Vaccinations Why vaccinate Schedule
Hepatitis A (Havrix) The vaccine prevents inflammation of the liver 2 doses (1st dose followed by booster dose 6 to 12 months later)
Hepatitis B (Engerix B) The vaccine prevents inflammation of the liver 3 doses (0, 1, 6 months)
Hep A+ Hep B (Twinrix) The combined vaccine is recommended for those travelling to remote areas and also who are at risks though their work 3 doses (0, 1, 6 months)
Varicella vaccine (Varilrix) The vaccine prevents chicken pox 2 doses (4 to 8 weeks apart)
MMR The vaccine prevents measles in children 1 or 2 doses (28 days apart)
Influenza(Fluarix) The vaccine prevents seasonal flu virus 1 dose per season
Pneumoccocal (Pneumovax) The vaccine prevents pneumonia 1 dose
Typhoid (Typhim Vi) The vaccine prevents typhoid fever 1 dose at least 2 weeks prior to exposure
Tetanus toxoid The vaccine is recommended for those with open wounds 1 dose
Boostrix vaccines - TDap (Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis) The combined vaccine is recommended for the prevention of Tetanus, Diphtheriand Pertussis disease
1 dose
Vaccinations Hepatitis A (Havrix)
Why vaccinate The vaccine prevents inflammation of the liver
Schedule 2 doses (1st dose followed by booster dose 6 to 12 months later)
Vaccinations Hepatitis B (Engerix B)
Why vaccinate The vaccine prevents inflammation of the liver
Schedule 3 doses (0, 1, 6 months)
Vaccinations Hep A+ Hep B (Twinrix)
Why vaccinate The combined vaccine is recommended for those travelling to remote areas and also who are at risks though their work
Schedule 3 doses (0, 1, 6 months)
Vaccinations Varicella vaccine (Varilrix)
Why vaccinate The vaccine prevents chicken pox
Schedule 2 doses (4 to 8 weeks apart)
Vaccinations MMR
Why vaccinate The vaccine prevents measles in children
Schedule 1 or 2 doses (28 days apart)
Vaccinations Influenza(Fluarix)
Why vaccinate The vaccine prevents seasonal flu virus
Schedule 1 dose per season
Vaccinations Pneumoccocal (Pneumovax)
Why vaccinate The vaccine prevents pneumonia
Schedule 1 dose
Vaccinations Typhoid (Typhim Vi)
Why vaccinate The vaccine prevents typhoid fever
Schedule 1 dose at least 2 weeks prior to exposure
Vaccinations Tetanus toxoid
Why vaccinate The vaccine is recommended for those with open wounds
Schedule 1 dose
Vaccinations Boostrix vaccines - TDap (Tetanus, Diphteria and Pertussis)
Why vaccinate The combined vaccine is recommended for the prevention of Tetanus, Diphtheriand Pertussis disease
Schedule 1 dose

*Source : The Straits Times, June 22, 2016
**Excludes Consultation

 
  
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