For Singaporean citizens, the National Childhood Immunisation Schedule's vaccines can be administered in CHAS enabled clinics like Intemedical. These are fully subsidized (i.e. free) by the government.
Many parents have previously got their children vaccinated at either the government polyclinics (free) or at their private pediatrician/GP (paid).
Here's why you should get them at our clinic.
1. It's free for Singapore Citizens
It is in the title and we'll say it again - its free for Singapore Citizens! As we are a CHAS GP clinic, you will not have to pay for these vaccinations for your child - just like how it is like in polyclinics.
You may start bringing your child for vaccination from 2 months old till 18 months. After that, a yearly influenza vaccine is also fully subsidised to 5 years of age.
2. Skip the polyclinic queues and see our doctors with minimal waiting time
Our doctors at Intemedical will administer the vaccine for your child and perform the developmental screening all in one setting.
Developmental assessments are important to pick up any developmental delays which may require early intervention. Our doctors will run through a list of questions as well as observe your child in the clinic setting to make this assessment.
We also sanitise our clinics frequently to maintain a clean environment for your infant. We endeavour to reduce the queue and wait times for children with scheduled appointment times for vaccinations.
3. Extended opening hours - come at your convenience from 8am to 12 midnight everyday
Our clinics are open from 8am to 12am (last registration will be at 11.45pm) everyday including public holidays. Walk ins are also accepted.
This flexibility is great for parents who find it challenging to schedule the vaccination around their schedule or their child's.
BONUS - Drop by the clinic and ask for this FREE Childhood Touchpoint checklist card!
Frequently Asked Questions on childhood vaccinations:
Why should my child get vaccinated?
It is important to get your child vaccinated as they can be protected from these diseases after their vaccination. Immunisations for Diphtheria and Measles are compulsory by law too.
What is the process like?
Please book an appointment at our Kovan or Potong Pasir branch if possible. Upon arrival at our clinic, we seek to serve you within 15 minutes of your appointment time. Do inform our Clinic Assistants at the counter so they can register your child as well. We will issue your child an appointment card so that it is easier to keep track of their immunisation dates.
How can I find out more about the immunisation schedule?
Our doctors will be able to inform you of the relevant immunisation dates. You can also find out more here through this link to the national childhood immunisation schedule. You can also find out more information about the recommended vaccines in the table below.
Will be child be assessed by a doctor for his developmental milestones?
Yes our doctors in our clinics will be present to do a developmental assessment for your child and administer the vaccine for him/her as well.
What do I need to bring along?
Please bring along your child’s health booklet and identification documents. Our clinic will also issue you an appointment card so that you have a clear idea on how to schedule your child for his/her next vaccination.
Book an appointment with us if you would like to get your child's vaccinated and checked.