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Southern DHB Vaccine Preventable Diseases

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    Childhood Immunisation

    It is important that immunisations, starting at 6 weeks, are done on time to prevent disease, but it is never too late to start or continue. For all immunisations make an appointment at your general practice (family doctor).
    Children are entitled to free immunisations for:

    • tetanus
    • diphtheria
    • pertussis (whooping cough)
    • rotavirus
    • polio
    • Hib
    • hepatitis B
    • pneumococcal disease
    • measles
    • mumps
    • rubella
    • chickenpox (varicella)
    • Human papillomavirus (HPV) 

    When your baby is born, he/she will be registered, with your consent, on the National Immunisation Register (NIR) and all your child’s immunisations will be recorded.

    Useful Links:
    www.moh.govt.nz/immunisation
    www.immune.org.nz/

    Vaccination Pathway documents;

    Application for Local Immunisation Programme 01-01-21 - 31-12-22 

    Application for Initial Approval as an Authorised Vaccinator

    Application for Renewal of Approved Authorised Vaccinator