After the birth of your baby you will receive a letter with some basic information and a registration form to register your new arrival. Please bring this to the reception desk as soon as possible so we can input your child’s details onto our system.

You will be sent a notification with the date and time of your child’s 6-8 week check with the GP and 8 week immunisations with the Practice Nurses. These appointments will be on a Tuesday morning only as two nurses need to be available to administer the vaccines.

It is important that you attend all immunisation appointments and all subsequent appointments as vaccines need to be given within a certain time frame.

If someone other than the parent/guardian is bringing the child to the vaccination appointment written consent from the parent/guardian is needed or the Practice Nurses will be unable to vaccinate.

If you cannot attend any vaccination appointments please phone reception as soon as possible so that we can rebook your child in.

Information regarding what to expect after your child has had their vaccinations, and using paracetamol are in the following leaflets.

What to expect after vaccinations

Using paracetamol after Men B

Childhood Vaccination Schedule

Vaccines are given at 8 weeks, 12 weeks, 16 weeks, 12 months and 3 years 4 months.

The link below shows the timetable of vaccines in the routine immunisation schedule for babies born on or before 31st December 2019.

Born before or on 31/12/2019

The childhood vaccination schedule is changing slightly and will effect babies born on or after 1st January 2020. The link below shows the new timetable of vaccines.

Born after or on 01/01/2020

If you have any queries regarding the vaccination schedule please visit the MHRA website or phone reception and book a telephone appointment with one of our Practice Nurses.

Please watch the videos below for more information on Childhood Vaccines.