Travel Advice / Vaccinations

If you require advice on travelling to foreign destinations please make an appointment in good time (at least 6 weeks) with the Practice Nurse to discuss what vaccinations you need. Our Nurse can arrange for you to have the appropriate vaccinations, advice on malaria protection and give general travel advice. Please note there is a charge for some of the vaccinations as outlined below:

Diptheria/Tetanus Free to registered patients NHS
Polio Free to registered patients NHS
Typhoid Free to registered patients NHS
Hepatitis A (2 doses) Free to registered patients NHS
Hepatitis B (3 doses) Travellers – £55 for course NON NHS
Meningitis C Up to 24 years + higher education free of charge NHS
Meningitis (A/C/W+Y) Private prescription £15 + £10 for administration of vaccine.
Patient to pay cost of vaccine at chemist
Rabies (3 doses) Free to ‘at risk’ patients, NHS prescription charge will apply
Travellers £120 (includes vaccination certificate)
Full cost payable in advance of course



Anti Malaria Tablets £15 private prescription plus cost of tablets at pharmacy NON NHS
Japanese Encephalitis & Tick Born Encephalitis (3 doses) Private prescription £15 + £10 for administration.
Vaccination Certificate £15
Vaccine to be paid for at chemist

Government have announced we are moving into the delay phase of #COVID19. This means, if you have a new cough OR a high temperature (37.8 degrees or higher), but generally feel well, you do not need to contact anybody. You do need to self isolate for 7 days.

We expect the NHS to be exceptionally busy in the coming days and weeks. If you have serious symptoms that you cannot manage at home or persist longer than 7 days, please go to NHS 111 online, or call 111 if you cannot go online.

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