Influenza and pneumococcal  vaccinations 

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Free vaccinations available between 1 October and 15 January

Private vaccinations are available for 300kr. 

Influenza vaccination

Free vaccinations available between 1 October and 15 January for the following: 

  • Persons over the age of 65 

  • Early retirees

  • Persons with the following chronic diseases, after medical assessment: lung disease, cardiovascular disease (excluding isolated high blood pressure), diabetes type 1 or 2, congenital or acquired immune deficiency, impaired respiration due to reduced muscle strength, chronic liver or kidney failure, severe obesity, or other chronic disease where according to the doctors assessment, subsequent infection with influenza would pose a serious health risk

  • Pregnant women in the 2nd and 3rd trimester between 1 

  • Household contacts for severely immunosuppressed patients 

Private vaccinations are available for 300kr. 

Pneumococcal vaccination 

The pneumococcal vaccination is available for free for the following: -

  • Persons over the age of 65

  • Residents in nursing homes -

  • People with the following conditions: absent or dysfunctioning spleen, congenital or acquired immune deficiency, cochlear implant, previously invasive pneumococcal disease, organ or stem cell transplant, cerebrospinal fluid leakage

  • Persons under 18 years of age with the following: cyanotic heart disease, heart failure, palliative surgery for heart disease, impaired cardiac function or haemodynamics following cardiac surgery, chronic lung disease (eg cystic fibrosis), hypo-dynamic respiratory failure, nephrotic syndrome, immune deficiencies (excluding agammaglobulinaemia and SCID)  

  • People with other serious diseases, where following a doctors medical assessment are deemed to be at particularly high risk of invasive pneumococcal disease 

 

What are Pneumococci ?

Pneumococci are a group of bacteria that in some cases can cause serious illness. The most common diseases caused by these bacteria are acute otitis media (middle ear infection), sinusitis, and pneumonia (lung infection) and these often do not cause permanent damage. However, for some people pneumonia can be serious and the infection may spread to the bloodstream. In this case the infection can become life threatening and cause sepsis and/or meningitis.

 

Private vaccinations are available for 300kr. 

 

Opening hours

Monday: 08.00 - 16.00

Thuesday: 08:00 - 19.00
Wedensday: 08.00 -16.00
Thuersday: 08.00 - 19.00

Friday: 08.00 - 16.00

Adress

Philip Heymans Alle 17, 1.sal

2900 Hellerup

P: (+45) 39 64 11 32
 

Phone hours

Monday: 08.00 -15.00
Tuesday: 08.00 -15.00
Wedensday: 08.00 -15.00
Thursday: 08.00 -15.00
Friday: 08.00 - 15.00