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Kims clinic address:
3F, Tower A, Golden Palace
Me Tri, Nam Tu Liem, Hanoi

Consultation services with full laboratory tests, ultrasounds, endoscopies, and others

All kinds of vaccinations

Physical check-up services

Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, General Surgery, Dermatology, and Family Medicine

Monday  ~  Friday

 8:30am – 5:30pm


 8:30am – 12:30pm    

*Closed: Public holiday of Vietnam.

*Dr. Kim's off time: Tuesday afternoon and Thursday.


Available vaccine list
Notice of vaccines

KIM’s clinic provides a large range of vaccinations and establishes a patients’ vaccination schedule, as recommended by the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This ensures that patients are up to date with their vaccinations or any boosters they may need.

Some of the vaccinations provided by our center are Engerix-B (against the Hepatitis B virus), Havax (against Hepatitis A), MMR (for Measles, Mumps & Rubella) in addition to many others. We encourage any patient’s coming for a vaccination to bring with them any information of their vaccination history that they may have.

October 31, 2016

Recommendations for the 2016-2017 Influenza Season

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that every patient who is 6 months old or more should receive an influenza vaccine annually, from September to November if possible. The activity of the seasonal influenza virus can continue until May, that’s why vaccination later in the season can still provide benefits. Trivalent vaccines, such as Vaxigrip or GC Flu, are some of the vaccines available during the season and they are designed to protect against three different influenza viruses. The CDC has no preferential recommend-ation for one influenza vaccine product over another.

An intramuscular injection of 0.25 ml is recommended for patients from 6 to 35 months old, and a dose of 0.5 ml is advised for patients who are 3 years old or more. If a child younger than 9 years old has not been previ-ously vaccinated against flu, a 2nd dose should be given after at least 4 weeks. 

About the vaccination of egg-allergic patients, the CDC recommendation has been updated this year such that people with egg allergies can receive any licensed, recommended, age-appropriate influenza vaccine. People who have severe egg allergies should be vaccinated in a medical setting and be supervised by a healthcare provider who is able to recognize and manage severe allergic conditions. On the other hand patients must be aware that there is the possibility of local reactions such as redness, swelling and pain, or systemic reactions such as fever, rigor, headache, fatigue and vomiting, but they usually disappear within 2-3 days.

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3F Tower A Golden Palace APT., Me tri, Nam tu liem, Hanoi, Vietnam