When to immunise
Different vaccines are given at different ages to protect you and your child. Find out when these vaccinations are offered, and when and where they'll be given.
Pregnancy and baby
Vaccines offered to during pregnancy, and for your baby after birth
Children from 2 years
Vaccines offered to your child from 2 years - including the child flu vaccine
Children from 3 years 4 months
Vaccines offered to your child from 3 years 4 months old, including the 4-in-1 and MMR vaccines.
Young people from 11 to 24 years
Vaccines offered to young people - including the Td/IPV, MenACWY and HPV vaccines
Older adults over 65 years
Vaccines offered to older adults - including the shingles, pneumococcal and flu vaccinations
Children and adults without a fully working spleen (Asplenia)
Immunisation information for children and adults without a spleen
Travel and health vaccinations
What vaccinations you might need when travelling abroad, and how to arrange a travel risk assessment
Getting your vaccinations
How vaccines are delivered in Scotland and how to contact your local health board.