Vaccinations

Child Immunization & Vaccination (Travel & Preventive)

Child Immunization

Step by step protection against infection is what your child needs. Follow the steps of vaccination your doctor advises. Following is the normal immunization chart which is generally followed.

VACCINATION SCHEDULE – QATAR

At Birth BCG, Hepatitis B
2 months HEXA 1, PCV 1, ROTA 1
4 months HEXA 2, PCV 2, ROTA 2 , OPV 1
6 months PENTA, PCV 3, OPV 2
12 months MMR 1, Hepatitis A 1, Varicella 1
15 months Tetract, PCV booster
18 months MMR 2, Hepatitis A 2, OPV booster 1
4-6 years DtaP booster, Varicella 2, OPV booster 2
13-16 years Tdap

You may collect the vaccination charts which are available at the clinic.

Travel Vaccination

Travel Vaccination is available at Aster Medical Centre. The clinic offers a broad range of vaccinations and provides pre- and post-travel counselling. If you are planning a trip overseas, it is ideal that you set up an appointment 4 to 6 weeks before your planned departure date. Most vaccines take time to become effective and some vaccines must be given in a series and will offer you protection only after 2 to 3 doses.

However, even if you have not made your appointment, it might not be too late to get some vaccinations and other information about how to protect yourself from illness and injury while travelling.

Preventive Vaccination

As part of our efforts in prevention and early treatment of infectious diseases, Aster offers recommended vaccines to protect from common diseases they are at risk against.

The following vaccinations* are available in Aster

    • Tetanus Toxide
    • Hepatitis B Vaccination
    • Hepatitis A Vaccination
    • Hepatitis A & B Combined Vaccination
    • Meningococcal Vaccination
    • Typhoid Vaccination
    • Chickenpox Vaccination
    • Influenza Vaccination
    • Pneumococcal Vaccination

*Subject to availability

Please Note: Some vaccines are not safe for pregnant or breastfeeding women. You are also advised to avoid pregnancy for 3 months after most vaccinations. Consult your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding and if want to receive a particular vaccine.