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Vaccination Service

  • Adult Vaccination
    • DTaP (reduced dose) & IPV combination vaccine - Booster Dose
    • DTaP (reduced dose) combination vaccine - Booster Dose
    • Quadririvalent influenza vaccine
    • Hepatitis A vaccine (Adult)
    • Hepatitis A+B combination vaccine (Adult)
    • Hepatitis B vaccine (Adult)
    • Human Papillomavirus vaccine (HPV)
    • Inactivated polio vaccine
    • Live measles; Mumps and Rubella vaccine (MMR)
    • Live, attenuated Japanese encephalitis vaccine
    • Meningitis (Group A,C,Y & W-135) conjugate vaccine
    • Pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine (PPSV23)
    • Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV 13)
    • Tetanus vaccine
    • Live attenuated chickenpox vaccine
    • Live attenuated Herpes zoster vaccine

    For inquiries or appointment of vaccination services, please click here to contact our Community Health Centres.
    For related health information, please click here to visit the Centre for Health Protection (CHP) website.

  • Children Vaccination
    • DTaP (reduced dose) & IPV combination vaccine - Booster Dose
    • DTaP + IPV + Hib combination vaccine
    • DTaP + IPV + Hib + Hep B combination vaccine
    • Haemophilus Influenzae type b conjugate vaccine
    • DTaP (reduced dose) combination vaccine - Booster Dose
    • Quadririvalent influenza vaccine
    • Hepatitis A vaccine (Ped)
    • Hepatitis A+B combination vaccine (Ped)
    • Hepatitis B vaccine (Ped)
    • Human Papillomavirus vaccine (HPV) (from age 9 years and above)
    • Inactivated polio vaccine
    • Live, attenuated Japanese encephalitis vaccine
    • Meningitis (Group A,C,Y & W-135) conjugate vaccine
    • Live measles; Mumps and Rubella vaccine (MMR)
    • Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV 13)
    • Live attenuated human rotavirus oral vaccine
    • Live attenuated chickenpox vaccine

    For inquiries or appointment of vaccination services, please click here to contact our Community Health Centres.
    For related health information, please click here to visit the Centre for Health Protection (CHP) website.
  • Schedule for Children Vaccination
  • Age DoH Childhood Immunisation schedule Alternative vaccines Extra vaccines
    Newborn B.C.G. Vaccine    
    Hepatitis B Vaccine – First Dose    
    1 month Hepatitis B Vaccine – Second Dose (6 to 8 weeks)
    5 in 1 vaccine # or
    6 in 1 vaccine*
    – First Dose
     
    2 months DTaP–IPV Vaccine – First Dose Hib – First Dose
    Rotavirus – First dose
    Pneumococcal Vaccine – First Dose
    4 months DTaP–IPV Vaccine – Second Dose 5 in 1 vaccine # or
    6 in 1 vaccine*
    – Second Dose
    Hib – Second Dose
    Rotavirus – Second dose
    Pneumococcal Vaccine – Second Dose
    6 months DTaP–IPV Vaccine – Third Dose 5 in 1 vaccine # or
    6 in 1 vaccine*
    – Third Dose
    Hib – Third Dose
    Pneumococcal Vaccine – Third Dose Hepatitis B Vaccine – Third Dose
    ≥6 month     Seasonal Influenza vaccine: Two dose for the first year, then one dose every year
    9 month     Meningitis ACWY– First dose
    1 year MMR Vaccine – First Dose
    Pneumococcal Vaccine – Booster Dose
    Varicella Vaccine – First Dose@
      Chicken Pox – First dose
    Hepatitis A – First Dose
    Meningitis ACWY – Second dose
    1½ years DTaP–IPV Vaccine – Booster Dose 5 in 1 vaccine # or
    6 in 1 vaccine*
    – Booster Dose
    Hib – booster Dose
    Hepatitis A – Second Dose
    Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine
    4–6 year     Varicella Vaccine – Second dose
    Primary 1 MMRV Vaccine – Second Dose@    
    DTaP–IPV Vaccine – Booster Dose    
    ≥9 year     Cervical cancer vaccine – Total 3 doses
    Primary 6 dTap–IPV Vaccine@ – Booster Dose    
    Remarks: This column is sourced from the “Childhood Immunisation schedule” of Department of Health Enquiry hotline:
    2638 3846(Tai Po)   2344 3444(Kowloon)   2770 8365(Jordan)
    DTaP–IPV Vaccine: Diphtheria, Tetanus, acellular Pertussis & Inactivated Poliovirus Vaccine
    dTap–IPV Vaccine: Diphtheria, Tetanus, acellular Pertussis (reduced dose) & Inactivated Poliovirus Vaccine
    MMR Vaccine: Measles, Mumps & Rubella Vaccine
    Hib: Haemophilus influenzae type b
    @The new vaccine for Primary 6 students will be adopted at a later phase.
    # 5 in 1 vaccine : Diphtheria, Tetanus, acellular Pertussis, poliomyelitis, Haemophilus influenzae type b
    * 6 in 1 vaccine : Diphtheria, Tetanus, acellular Pertussis, poliomyelitis, Haemophilus influenzae type b, hepatitis B
    While use 5 in 1 vaccine # or 6 in 1 vaccine*, part or the whole immunization schedule provided by the Department of Health should be omitted to avoid over–dosage.

    For inquiries or appointment of vaccination services, please click here to contact our Community Health Centres.
    For related health information, please click here to visit the Centre for Health Protection (CHP) website.

  • Travel vaccination
    • Hepatitis A vaccine
    • Hepatitis A+B combination vaccine
    • Hepatitis A + Typhoid fever combination vaccine (for age sixteen or above)
    • Hepatitis B vaccine
    • Inactivated polio vaccine
    • Live, attenuated Japanese encephalitis vaccine
    • Meningitis (Group A,C,Y & W-135) conjugate vaccine
    • Rabies vaccine
    • Tetanus vaccine
    • Typhoid vaccine

    It is recommended that travelers should seek travel health advice 4 weeks before the trip.

    Vaccination against yellow fever, and issue of International Certificate of Vaccination against Yellow Fever for travel:

    In Hong Kong, Yellow fever vaccination is only available in the Travel Health Centres, Department of Health. Please note that Yellow fever vaccination certificate is an entry requirement for certain countries and is valid only 10 days after injection.
    Please reserve sufficient time for vaccination before your trip.

    For inquiries or appointment of vaccination services, please click here to contact our Community Health Centres.
    For related health information, please click here to visit the Centre for Health Protection (CHP) website.

    Service Locations & Opening Hours

    UCN Jordan Health Centre
    Jockey Club Wo Lok Community Health Centre
    Sau Mau Ping Community Health Centre
    UCN Cheerful Health Centre
    Bradbury Kwong Tin Community Health Centre
    Fu Heng Community Health Centre
    Kwong Fuk Community Health Centre
    Jockey Club Tin Shui Wai Community Health Centre