At Sandton Family Medical Centre, we offer a wide range of vaccination services for all age groups. From routine immunizations to specialized vaccines, our expert medical professionals are equipped to protect you and your loved ones against various preventable diseases. Count on us to provide vaccinations for influenza, measles, mumps, rubella, hepatitis, tetanus, and more
Why Vaccinations Matter
Vaccinations are a crucial aspect of maintaining a healthy lifestyle and preventing the spread of diseases. By choosing to vaccinate, you not only safeguard yourself but also contribute to the overall well-being of our community. Join us in creating a safer and healthier environment for everyone through proactive vaccination.
What Is a Vaccination?
At Sandton Family Medical Centre, our dedicated team of healthcare providers stays up-to-date with the latest advancements in immunization. We follow evidence-based practices to ensure the highest standard of care for our patients. Rest assured, you are in capable hands, and we are here to address your vaccination needs with expertise and compassion
Convenience and Accessibility
We understand that your time is valuable. That’s why we prioritize convenience and accessibility in our vaccination services. Located in the heart of Sandton, South Africa, our clinic offers easy access, minimal waiting times, and a friendly environment. Experience a hassle-free vaccination experience that fits seamlessly into your busy schedule
The goal of immunization is to prevent disease. Immunization can happen from vaccination and also can happen from getting the infection. For example, a person can be immune to hepatitis B if he gets sick with the disease and gets better. He is immunized from getting it again. Until a disease has disappeared, it remains a risk to unimmunized people. A person can also be immunized from hepatitis B by taking the hepatitis B vaccination. If we stop immunization against diseases that are still circulating, it will infect the unimmunized and which in turn, will spread to others, leading to outbreaks, or epidemics.