Vaccinations Singapore

Wide Range of Necessary and Beneficial Travel Vaccines.

Under the MOH MediSave 500 scheme, selected vaccines can be fully or partially subsidised.

Vaccinations require a mandatory consultation charge.
Vaccination consultation start from $15.

Adult Vaccinations

Vaccines under NAIS (National Adult Immunisation Schedule)
*You are recommended to take the compulsory vaccines if you have not done them before.

Vaccines Does Required Dose Intervals
Influenza Vaccine 1 per year or per season Annually or per person for adults up to 65 years old
Pneumococcal Conjugate (PCV13) 1 Once above 18 years old
Pneumococcal Polysaccharide (PPSV23) 2 doses 1 between 18 – 65 years old
1 above 65 years old
TDAP 1 during each pregnancy 1 during each pregnancy
HPV Vaccine 3 2 and 6 months from the first dose
Hepatitis B (HepB) 3 1 and 6 months from the first dose
Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) 2 3 months from the first dose
Varicella (VAR) 2 3 months apart

*Highlighted in pink are compulsory under the Singapore Infectious Diseases Act.

Vaccination Price Per Dose

Prices are listed in SGD, and are for 1 dose of vaccine ONLY. Prices are exclusive of GST and administrative charges.

Vaccines Standard Price
Prevenar 13 (Pneumococcal Vaccine) $190
Typhoid $39
Hepatitis B $45
Measles, Mumps, Rubella $50
Tetanus Toxoid, Diptheria, Pertussis $45
Influenza (Appropriate Hemisphere) $45
Hepatitis A $88
Meningococcal $150
Herpes Zoster (Shingles Vaccine) $380
Tetanus $28
Hepatitis A and B $100
Herpes Zoster (Chickenpox) $85
Gardasil 9 (Humanpapillomavirus - HPV Vaccine $300

For informational purposes only. Please consult our GP Doctors for more details.

Prices listed were last updated on 1 July 2023. Prices may be subject to change.

Finding Us


Accessibility & Support

What are Regis Medical GP clinic’s locations and opening hours?

Regis Medical GP Holland Village is located at 255 Holland Avenue Singapore, 278983

Click here to view our opening hours


How do I book a vaccination appointment?  
You can book an appointment via our online booking portal here. Or call our hotline +65 8118 5298.
Can I reschedule my appointment?  

Yes. You can reschedule your appointments. However, you need to reschedule your appointment at least 24 hours before your actual appointment time. If you are unwell on the day of the appointment, we will reschedule your appointment at no extra cost if you seek medical attention at our clinic (for non-emergencies only).

You can reschedule your appointment via our booking portal. For urgent cases, please Whatsapp us @ +65 8118 5298.


What are the modes of payment accepted at Regis Medical?    
We accept Visa/Mastercard/Amex, PayNow, JCB, UnionPay and ApplePay.
Can I use Medisave for my vaccinations?  
Under the MOH Medisave 500 scheme, Medisave can be used to subsidize selected vaccines. It can be used on either yourself or your immediate families.
Can I use Medisave for the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine?  
Under the MOH Medisave 500 scheme, Singaporean females between ages 9 – 26 may use their own Medisave or their immediate family’s Medisave to pay for HPB vaccines.
Can I use my CHAS subsidies for any vaccinations?
(Coming soon)
Can I use my MediSave and Flexi-MediSave for the remaining copayment after CHAS subsidy?
(Coming soon)

General Enquiry

How do I know which vaccine/s I need? 

You can follow MOH’s vaccine guide on Nationally Recommended Vaccines in Singapore. (

Our Doctors will tell you everything about the vaccines you are taking during the consultation before your vaccination. You are also advised to ask any questions you have regarding vaccinations during the consultation.

Can I take multiple vaccines on the same day? 
Although some vaccines can be taken on the same day, it is not advised as you may experience side effects such as nausea, headache, or fever.
What if I fail to complete all the doses required for the vaccine?  
It will depend on our Doctor’s evaluation of your situation. If your past doses remain effective and are within healthcare guidelines to continue, we will continue with the remaining doses. If not, we may have to start over again.
What if I have to leave the country before completing the jabs?  
Most vaccines are standardised in many countries, you can still complete your vaccinations overseas. Just make sure you don’t miss the window in between each dose.
Can pregnant women take vaccinations?  
Some vaccines are not suitable during pregnancy. Please consult our Doctors before booking your vaccinations.
What are the common side effects of vaccinations?  

Common side effects after taking vaccinations include:

  • Pain, swelling, itchiness, or redness at the area of injection
  • Mild fever
  • Chills
  • Feeling tired
  • Headache
  • Muscle and joint aches

If you experience severe side effects after taking vaccines, please see a Doctor immediately.

Is Flu Vaccination necessary?  
Flu vaccine is recommended for protection against influenza. MOH recommends everyone to take flu vaccine.
Who should take the Varicella vaccination?  
Anyone above the age of 12 months with no history of varicella vaccination or infection/immunity can take the Varicella vaccine.
What should I take note of for Hepatitis B vaccination?  

If you are:

  • Allergic to any vaccines or medications
  • Currently pregnant, planning to get pregnant, or breastfeeding
  • On any other medication
  • Currently feeling unwell
  • Have history of bleeding disorders
  • Have weakened immune system

Please consult our Doctor before taking the vaccinations.

The second and third dose of the Hepatitis B vaccine should not be taken more than 3 months and 6 months apart from the first and second dose respectively.

Is fasting required before taking any vaccination?  
No fasting is required before taking any vaccines.
What do I need to bring for my vaccination?
  • Your IC
  • Appointment confirmation email if you have booked an appointment online
  • CHAS, Pioneer or Merdeka card if applicable
Do I need to take a new flu vaccine every time there’s a new strain?  
Please consult our GP Doctors on this question.
I am traveling soon. When should I have my flu vaccination? 
You are advised to have your flu vaccine at least 14 days before your flight for the vaccine to take effect.
I’ve taken all 3 doses of COVID-19 vaccines, do I still need to take flu vaccines in the future?  
COVID-19 vaccines do not protect again influenza flu virus. You are still recommended to take flu vaccines.