Immunisation | Northland DHB


The best care for you and your baby begins long before birth.

These videos describe some choices you can make so you get the best care for you and your baby.  

The programmes include information about:

  • enrolling with a midwife and doctor as soon as you know you are pregnant. This means that you and your baby get all the care you are entitled to.
  • immunising against influenza and whooping cough while pregnant.
  • enrolling your baby with a doctor as soon as possible after baby is born.
  • immunising your baby on time to protect against serious illness.

Immunise your children on time


Immunise on time for best protection

Immunisation protects against preventable diseases


Enrol with a midwife and enrol baby with a GP

Immunise against Influenza and Pertussis during pregnancy


Angela 'Flash' Gordon - Immunise on time

Dr Lance O'Sullivan - Immunise on time


Dyan Manning - Immunise on time

Billie Jo Hohepa-Ropiha - Immunise on time


Kate and John - Immunise on time

Tauha Tekani - Immunise on Time

Other Immunisation Videos

Immunisation - A parents view


Whooping Cough



 Making Choices about Immunisation



Influenza and Pregnancy

Kim was 36 weeks pregnant when she became ill with influenza and had to have an emergency caesarean delivery to save her life. She had a prolonged period of unconsciousness and a very long recovery period, missing out on the first six weeks of her babies’ lives.

Con Waikimmune




Immune V2


 Immune V1




Ad Immune 1





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