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Immunisation is a way of protection against infectious illnesses through vaccines
Why us for immunisation?
Why us for immunisation?
NABH accredited multi-speciality hospital
24×7 Emergency, ICU and critical care facilities
24×7 In-house radiology, diagnostic and pharmacy
In-house physiotherapy centre
Studio for fitness & antenatal classes

The team of clinical experts at the CK Birla Hospital promote preventive medicine in their everyday practice. We offer a wide variety of immunisation and vaccinations for people across age groups. Our experts work in close liaison to help protect your family from topical and non-topical infectious illnesses.

Our preventive health specialists
Our preventive health specialists

About immunisation
About immunisation

Immunisation is a method of protecting people against harmful infections and illnesses before they come in contact with them. Immunisation is offered through vaccines. These vaccines work by promoting an individual’s defence (immune) system.

Types of vaccines

There are several different types of vaccines that are offered based on a person’s age and general health. Common conditions for which vaccines are available include:

  • Measles
  • Mumps
  • Rubella
  • Chickenpox
  • Influenza
  • Polio
  • Hepatitis A
  • Rotavirus
  • Tetanus
  • Hepatitis B
  • Influenza
  • Yellow fever
  • Rabies
  • Human papillomavirus (HPV)
  • Seasonal flu
Immunisation eligibility

Different vaccines are given to people of varying age groups. Most people can seek vaccinations, however, your eligibility for certain vaccines may change depending upon your general health. You may not be eligible for vaccination at a particular time period if:

1. You have a high-grade fever
2. You are receiving a complex medical treatment like chemotherapy
3. You have had an adverse reaction to a vaccine in the past

Patient testimonials
Patient testimonials


Yes, vaccines are completely safe.

Some vaccines may cause short term side effects that include mild fever, pain and swelling at the injection site.