Immunisations and Vaccinations

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Immunisations and Vaccinations from Glasgow Medical Rooms

The childhood vaccination programme protects against a range of diseases but not the rarer ones found in countries outwith the UK.

We also offer the standard vaccinations usually given as part of the NHS childhood vaccination scheme such as the MMR Vaccine, Chickenpox Vaccine and Whooping Cough Vaccine so please contact us for advice if these are required.

Flu Vaccinations

Flu jabs for individuals and companies across Scotland are available from Glasgow Medical Rooms. Flu season occurs from September to February each year, so it is worth considering flu vaccinations for your staff to minimise illness and absence. We are able to travel to companies to administer the flu vaccine, and we don’t consider any company to be “too small” to vaccinate. We are happy to discuss these requirements further, including corporate rates for services.

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Pneumonia Vaccination

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HPV Vaccinations


The HPV vaccination is an important step towards preventing cervical cancer. The Gardasil HPV vaccine we provide protects against both cervical cancer and genital warts, so there are benefits for men receiving this vaccine too.

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Meningitis B Vaccination

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Chickenpox Vaccination

Chickenpox is a highly infectious disease, caused by the virus, Varicella Zoster. It mainly affects children under 10 years of age, where the risk of serious complications is not as high as in adults.

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Rabies Vaccination

Diphtheria, Tetanus and Polio are contained in a single combined vaccine. The vaccine is inactivated and contains dead bacteria or virus only and is highly effective at preventing the infections. Immunity does wane over time. Therefore, further vaccinations may be required. Separate vaccines against the diseases are not available in the UK. The Department of Health does not recommend the use of the oral polio vaccine due to the potential risks associated with this live vaccine.

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Measles, Mumps, Rubella Vaccination

The vaccine is effective at preventing all three illnesses and can be given from 12 months of age. It is particularly important to check if you are vaccinated against MMR before travelling as the infection is prevalent in Asia, Africa and South America.
Because the illness is easily transmitted through air, MMR immunity is necessary for certain jobs.

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Whooping Cough Vaccine

The whooping cough (Pertussis) vaccination is only available as a combined inoculation in the UK (Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis and Polio). It is an inactivated vaccination.
The vaccination is normally administered as three doses at 2, 3 and 4 months of age during the standard UK childhood vaccine programme. A further dose is given with the pre-school boosters.
Immunity to whooping cough will decrease naturally over time, so re-infection can occur after vaccination. As immunity falls as a consequence of natural infection also, vaccination can be given to individuals who have had whooping cough infection at some time in the past.

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“I have had persistent neck and shoulder discomfort for some time. Regular visits to my local GP did not help. I was recommended to see Dr Sheila O’Neil who gave me a check-up and recommended that I see her physiotherapist colleague, Vicky Graham. I have had three sessions of physiotherapy and have regained full mobility in my neck and shoulders and feel a great deal better. I am very grateful to Dr Sheila and expect, with my husband, to sign up with her as regular patients.”

Mrs Johnston

“Dr. Sheila O’Neill and her team quite literally saved my life. I cannot recommend them highly enough. Diagnosis of a serious condition that had been misdiagnosed by three hospitals took less than 2 weeks, including an MRI. Setting aside the professionalism, they are also just extremely nice people. Imagine a GP that truly cares and will be calling the patient after hours to see how they are getting on – that is what I got from Dr. Sheila O’Neill. There are no superlatives that adequately describe the service. Great. Fantastic. Superb.”

GMK Group

I would like to thank Dr O’Neill very much for her time today: I get the impression that she is a very caring professional, knowledgeable and reassuring, and that she makes explaining conditions crystal clear, which is exactly what is needed for an anxious patient like myself. The staff that I met were all extremely welcoming, well-groomed and helpful too. Add to this the very relaxing and beautifully scented ambience and it was really a truly positive and pleasant visit. Thank you.

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