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Protect Your Staff Today with Occupational Immunisations

Hepatitis A


Hepatitis A vaccines help provide long-term protection from the hepatitis A virus. The virus causes liver disease that can last from a few weeks to several months. Hepatitis A doesn't cause chronic liver disease and generally isn't life-threatening, but symptoms can become severe

Diphtheria, Tetanus and Polio


This 3 in 1 vaccine is recommended if you're travelling to an area of the world where there is a high risk of contracting these diseases, or poor access to medical care, and you haven't had a booster in the last ten years

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The flu vaccine is a safe and effective vaccine. The best time to have the flu vaccine is in the autumn or early winter before flu starts spreading. 

Measles, Mumps & Rubella
Asian man getting vaccinated


The MMR vaccine gives protection against three serious diseases: measlesmumps, and rubella. Before the introduction of vaccines, all three diseases were extremely common and most people had them at some point, usually as children. Although many people survived without long-term effects, 

TB Screening
Drug and Syringe


Because tuberculosis has a low case-fatality rate for most persons, the benefits of screening and preventive therapy are mostly preventing illness, not preventing deaths or extending life expectancy.

Hepatitis B


The vaccine gives protection against the hepatitis B virus, which is a major cause of serious liver disease, including scarring of the liver (cirrhosis) and liver cancer.

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Typhoid fever is found throughout the world, but you're more likely to get it in areas where there's poor sanitation and hygiene. Vaccination is strongly recommended if you're going to be staying or working with local people, or if you're going to be staying for prolonged periods in areas where sanitation and food hygiene are likely to be poor.

Doctor in White Coat


The pneumococcal vaccine protects against serious and potentially fatal pneumococcal infections. It's also known as the pneumonia vaccine.



Getting vaccinated after you are exposed to someone with chickenpox can: prevent the disease or make it less serious. protect you from chickenpox if you are exposed again in the future.

Yellow Fever 


Yellow fever is a virus that is transmitted by infected mosquitoes.The most common symptoms are fever, muscle pain with prominent backache, headache, loss of appetite, and nausea or vomiting. Persons travelling  abroad must ensure that they are vaccinated. Click here to see destinations that would require you to have  the Yellow Fever Vaccination

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