Early immunisation gives your child the best protection against infections and diseases such as Hepatitis B, Polio and Tetanus.
This also prevents the spread of diseases from child to child, keeping other children safe.
Keep your precious little ones in the best of health and enjoy a peace of mind as they grow!
Speedoc’s baby vaccination programme follows the Malaysian National Immunisation Programme (NIP), where children are protected from 13 major childhood diseases.
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Bacille Calmette-Guerin, BCG
Hepatitis B Monovalen / Monovalent
"6-in-1 (Diphtheria, Tetanus, Polio, Pertussis, Hepatitis B & Haemophilus Influenzae B)"
Measles (Sabah Only)
Measles, Mumps & Rubella, MMR
Measles & Rubella, MR
Diptheria & Tetanus, DT
Human Papillomavirus, HPV (Girls Only)
Japanese Encephalitis, JE (Sarawak Only)
Number of injections Per Visit
2 or 3 doses (given 4 weeks apart)
2 doses 1 month apart initially
1 or 2 doses (depends on child's age and vaccine brand)
2 doses (6 months apart)
2 doses (at least 3 months apart)
Following your child’s vaccination, we will update his health booklet with the vaccine type, batch number, and date of vaccination.
Vaccines are made from the same viruses that cause disease, but altered in a way that they will not be able to cause illness. When we receive the vaccines, usually via injection, our immune system responds by creating antibodies that provide us with immunity to those diseases.
Some vaccines are valid for life, while others may require regular repeat shots to maintain immunity.
Based on Malaysia’s National Immunisation Programme, the following vaccinations are recommended:
|Type of vaccine||BCG||Hepatitis B Monovalent||6-in-1||Measles (Sabah only)||PCV||MMR||MR||DT||Tetanus||HPV||JE (Sarawak only)|
Diphtheria, Tetanus, Polio, Pertussis, Hepatitis B Haemophilus Influenzae Type B
Measles*, Mumps, and Rubella
Measles and Rubella
Diphtheria and Tetanus
One dose at birth
1st dose - At birth,
2nd dose - 2 months,
3rd dose - 3 months
1st dose – 2 months, 2nd dose – 3 months, 3rd dose – 5 months, Booster – 18 months
One dose at 6 months
1st dose – 4 months, 2nd dose – 6 months, Booster shot – 15 months
1st dose – 9 months, 2nd dose – 12 months
Booster shot – 7 years old
Booster shot – 7 years old
Booster shot – 15 years old
Recommended for females aged 9 to 26, 2 doses at 13 years old
1st dose – 9 months, 2nd dose – 21 months
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First dose - 6 to 14 weeks of age. Subsequent dose at minimum intervals of 4-10 weeks between each dose. 3rd dose - Should not be given after 32 weeks.
Single 1st dose – 12 months to 12 years. 2 doses - Above 12 years, not more than 4 weeks apart.
Annually If your child is under the age of 9 and is taking the vaccine for the first time, a second dose is required one month from the first.
To be advised depending on the type of vaccine.
Your baby is not suitable for a vaccination when he/she is running a high fever or having any other symptoms of being unwell such as coughing, vomiting, etc.
You must consult a doctor especially if your baby has had an adverse reaction to certain vaccines before, or has a weak immune system. Our Speedoc doctors will be able to advise if your child is suitable for certain vaccines.
It is normal for your baby to cry a little after the vaccine, but this should last no more than a few seconds and the baby should be consolable. It is also not unusual for your baby to feel a little sore or develop a fever, but these should subside in a day or two.
You might observe a slight redness or a small bump over the injection site, which should subside over a few days.
Infants and young children have the highest risk of developing a serious case of disease. In the more severe cases, it may result in hospitalisation or even death.
Delaying mandatory vaccines leaves your child unprotected during the time he may need protection most. For example, diseases such as meningitis or pneumonia frequently occur before a child turns 2. Other diseases, such as hepatitis B and whooping cough (pertussis), affect babies more.
1). Single Dose Vaccine Home Visit - Infanrix 5-in-1 - RM460
2). Single Dose Vaccine Home Visit - Synflorix - RM560
3). Single Dose Vaccine Home Visit - Priorix - RM360
With the vaccinations for your child administered at home, there is no need to bring your child to a busy polyclinic, hospital, or clinic where there are risks of contracting other infections.
Bringing your child anywhere outside of the home is a big task in itself. With Speedoc, you can leave the stroller and diaper bag where they are and stay home with your child while the doctor comes to you.
You have a million and one things to worry about as a parent of a young child. Vaccinations shouldn’t be one of them. Our Patient Care Team will guide you on what information we need from you to get you set up, help schedule your appointments, and give you reminders ahead of time.
All needs taken care of
Speedoc offers more than just vaccinations for your child. Our doctors, trained in family medicine, are also available for house calls 24/7 to treat urgent medical conditions for your little ones and the rest of your family. These include rashes, fever, cough, cuts, and more.
All vaccination records will be updated on baby health booklet and online registry.
Synchronize your child’s immunisation schedule if you plan to relocate.
Our doctors also provide milestone assessment during their visits.