We can offer you a large choice of vaccines to enable you to immunise your child the way you want to
Welcome to BabyJabs, the Children's Immunisation Service that helps you make informed vaccine decisions for your child
Some vaccines are more important at a young age while others can reasonably be delayed until your baby is older or left out completely
We listen to your concerns and answer your questions so that you can choose how and when to vaccinate your child
We will spend time with you to help you make the right immunisation decisions for your child
We offer single and small combination vaccines that are not available on the NHS
Coronavirus (Covid-19) We are open!We are open as usual for vaccines. We currently have longer intervals between appointments to facilitate social distancing. We only ask that the adult attending wears a face covering in the clinic and that only one adult accompanies each child into the clinic.
Consultations are being offered by telephone or Zoom.
Covid-19 vaccineThere is very limited published information on any of the Covid 19 vaccines, none of which has been tested on children. We are unable therefore to offer any advice regarding the Covid vaccine at present.
PodcastWatch Dr Richard Halvorsen's new Podcast in which he shares his views on the NHS children's immunisation schedule, alternative schedules, the diseases and the vaccines, aluminium in vaccines, auto-immune diseases and much more.
Baby VaccinesExplore the large selection of single and small combination baby vaccines that we offer at BabyJabs. Discover which vaccines will best suit your child’s needs.
DiseasesFind out about the diseases, how likely it is that your child will catch these illnesses, and how serious they are.
Most popular vaccines
Vaccines: making the right choice for your childThe 4th edition of Dr Richard Halvorsen's popular book on children's vaccines is now available. It contains new chapters on all four vaccines that have been added to the UK children's immunisation schedule since the last edition:
Meningitis B, hepatitis B, rotavirus and flu.
All other chapters have been updated.
Asthma & eczema - again
New research from Japan suggests that giving multiple aluminium containing vaccines before 6 months of age is associated with asthma and eczema
Why has there been an increase in cases of mumps and what are my options?
The Men ACWY vaccine
We often recommend a single dose of this vaccine to infants from 6 months of age because of the rise in W strain meningitis.
There is too much aluminium in vaccines
Babies are being exposed to unacceptably high levels of aluminium in national immunisation schedules.