Hepatitis A&B (Combined) Vaccine (3 doses) (age≥16)
Hepatitis A&B (Combined) Vaccine (3 doses) (age≥16)
Hepatitis A Vaccine Hepatitis B Vaccine
Hepatitis A is a liver disease caused by the hepatitis A virus (HAV). Transmitted primarily by the faecal-oral route, that is, when an uninfected person contacts or ingests objects, food or water that has been contaminated with the faeces of an infected person. Hepatitis B is a type of hepatitis and is caused by the Hepatitis B virus. It is estimated that about 8% of the Hong Kong population are carriers. The hepatitis B virus is present in blood and body fluids such as saliva, semen, vaginal secretion, other body secretions and mother-to-baby transmission.
Hepatitis A infection does not cause chronic liver disease and is rarely fatal, but it can cause debilitating symptoms and fulminant hepatitis (acute liver failure), which is associated with high fatality rates. An estimated 25% of hepatitis B carriers will progress to chronic hepatitis, cirrhosis or liver cancer.
The hepatitis A vaccine is safe and effective in preventing infection. Individuals at high risk can consult doctor about vaccination to protect their health. The Hong Kong Government provides free immunisation to newborns, but the antibody level may decrease over time. If the blood test results show that you do not have 'hepatitis B antigen' and inadequate 'hepatitis B antibody in your body, you can consider having a vaccine injection. You can consult a doctor for advice before getting the vaccine.



Intramuscular Injection.

This vaccine requires 3 doses to be fully effective:
The 2nd dose is given 1 month after the 1st dose and the 3rd dose is given 6 months after the 2nd dose.

Recommended for

Non-immune Adult & adolescents aged 16 or above.who are at risk of both hepatitis A & B infections.
Terms & Conditions
  1. Doctor's consultation is included prior to the first dose of vaccine. If customer is assessed to be not suitable for vaccination, the fee will be refunded subject to a deduction of doctor’s consultation fee at HK$300.
  2. This vaccination service is applicable to persons aged 16 or above.
  3. Persons aged below 18 MUST be accompanied by their parents/legal guardians, who will sign on the consent form on behalf of the enrolees in the clinic.
  4. Hepatitis A/B antigen and antibody report issued in last 3 months must be presented prior to Hepatitis A/Hepatitis B/Hepatitis A&B vaccination. Extra fee for blood test will be applied if you cannot present a valid report.
  5. Quality HealthCare will contact the customer in around 5 working days after the date of payment for appointment arrangement.
  6. Customers must present their identity cards and order confirmation letter (printed or e-version) on the appointment day for verification.
  7. This vaccination service will be valid for 6 months starting from the date of payment. Customer must redeem and complete the relevant vaccination within the 6 months’ period.
  8. Save and except for the circumstance as stipulated under Clause 1 above, no amendment or refund to the service ordered is allowed once payment is confirmed. All services cannot be resold, transferred, or used for commercial purposes without explicit written consent of Quality HealthCare.
  9. In case of disputes, the decision of Quality HealthCare Medical Services Limited shall be final.
  10. For any enquiries, please call the hotline during our business hours at 8301 8301.

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  2. Corporate client privilege cannot be used in conjunction with other privileges and cannot be exchanged for cash or other products, resold or used for commercial purposes.
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