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Off on your travels? Make our travel clinic your first destination...

If you are planning to travel abroad, it’s important to know:

  • Whether vaccinations are required or recommended based on the very latest information
  • If malaria is present in any areas of the countries you will visit and which antimalarial is best for this region
  • How to protect yourself from insect bites and take sensible precautions to reduce the risk of traveller’s diarrhoea
  • If you should be aware of other health risks where there are no travel vaccinations available

Book an appointment with our specially-trained travel health and immunisation pharmacist who will make sure you get the right personalised protection you need. A consultation fee of £10.00 will be charged but can be redeemed against any vaccines, antimalarials or travel related products.

To book an appointment call: 020 8991 2199

Price Guide

Vaccine Age No. of doses for primary course Minimum dose interval When to boost? Length of protection in years) Notes Price per dose
Cholera 2+ 2 (if older than 6 years) & 3 (2-6 years of age) At least 1 week but less than 6 weeks between doses 2 (for 6 years +) and 6 months (for 2-6 years of age) Only comes as an oral vaccine £56.00
Diphtheria, Tetanus and Polio 10+ 1
10
£33.00
Hepatitis A Paediatric 1-15 1
1 year after 1st and 25 years after 2nd dose Booster dose can be given 6 to 18 months after the first dose £
Hepatitis A 16+ 1
1 year after 1st and 25 years after 2nd dose Booster dose can be given 6 to 18 months after the first dose £49.00
Hepatitis B Paediatric Birth - 16 3 0, 1, 2 months 1
£27.00
Hepatitis B 16+ 3 If time: 0,1,2 months. Accelerated: 0, 7, 21 days & 12 months. 5
£40.00
Japanese encephalitis 2 months + 2 7 days for age: 18-65 & 28 days for age: 2 months-17 years 1-2
£89.00

MenACWY (meningitis ACWY)

1+ 1


£50.00
Rabies Any age 3 0, 7, 21 days 10
£60.00
Tick-borne encephalitis 16+ 3 0, 1, 6 months 1st booster: 3 years after the third dose. Sequential booster doses: 5 years after the last booster
£65.00
Tick-borne encephalitis (junior) 1-16 3 0, 1, 6 months 1st booster: 3 years after the third dose. Sequential booster doses: 5 years after the last booster
£65.00

Typhoid (injection)

2+ 1
3
£33.00
Typhoid (oral) 6+ 1
3
£33.00
Typhoid + Hepatitis A (combined injection) 15+ 1


£80.00
Yellow Fever




£85.00

Prices subject to change. Prices correct at time of publication.

Malaria Prophylaxis

Currently there is no vaccination, however there is medication you can take that can dramatically reduce the chances of you contracting malaria.

The type of malaria tablets you will need to take will depend on a range of factors, such as the area visiting, the length of visit, your medical history and any medication you may currently be on.

Atovaquone plus proguanil (Malarone)

  • Dosage – the adult dose is one adult-strength tablet a day and the child dose is also once a day, but the amount depends on the child's weight. It should be started one or two days before your trip and taken every day that you are in a risk area, followed by seven days after you return.
  • It is however more expensive than other antimalarials, so may be more suitable for short trips.

Doxycycline

  • Dosage – the dose is one 100mg capsule daily. It should be started two days before your trip and taken each day that you are in a risk area, and for four weeks after you return.
  • It is however not suitable for children under the age of 12 (because of the risk of permanent tooth discolouration).
  • It is relatively cheap.

Mefloquine

  • Dosage – the adult dose is one tablet weekly and child dosage is also once a week, but the amount will depend on their weight. It should be started three weeks before your trip and taken each week that you are in the risk area followed by for four weeks after you return.
  • It is not recommended if you have epilepsy, seizures, depression or other mental health problems, or if a close relative has any of these conditions.
  • If you haven't taken mefloquine before, it is recommended that you do a three-week trial before your trip to see whether you develop any side effects.

Chloroquine and proguanil

  • Only occasionally recommended for certain destinations such as India and Sri Lanka.

Price Guide

Medication Price per tablet
Atovaquone 250mg / Proguanil hydrochloride 100 mg (generic Malarone) £2.00
Malarone £3.15
Malarone Paediatric £1.00
Doxycycline £0.50
Lariam (Mefloquine) £4.00
Chloroquine and Proguanil (Paludrine/Avloclor) £24.30 per pack of 112 tablets
Chloroquine (Avloclor) £15.46 per pack of 20 tablets

Prices subject to change. Prices correct at time of publication.

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