Baby Clinic

Health Visitor, Doctor and Nurse By appointment only.

Sketty Surgery: Wednesday 12:30 - 2.00pm
Killay Surgery: Wednesday 12:30- 2.00pm

Up to date = Safe and sound

For some vaccines to work properly, they have to be given more than once.

This is why we will invite your little one for their routine childhood vaccinations at eight weeks old, 12 weeks, 16 weeks, 12 to 13 months and again at around three years old.

By bringing your child in for vaccination EVERY time they are invited, you are ensuring they have the best protection possible against nasty illnesses such as meningitis, measles, mumps, whooping cough, polio and more.

Some of these diseases are rarely found in the UK these days or have not been seen here for some time. This is because lots of children are vaccinated against them.

How do I know if my child is up to date with their vaccinations?

If you’re not sure if your child is up to date, check their ‘red book’, which is also known as the Personal Child Health Record.

The book contains a list of the vaccinations they should have and at what age they should have them.

Each vaccine they receive will be recorded in the book.

Contact us if you’re still not sure or to arrange a catch up appointment.

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Antenatal Clinic

Community Midwife by appointment.

Sketty Surgery: Thursday 1.30 - 4.00pm
Killay Surgery: Tuesday 1.00 - 3.00pm

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Antenatal Support Group Information