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Welcome to our vaccination/travel clinic! With 10 years of experience, we are dedicated to providing you with the best possible care and advice for your vaccination needs; be it for travelling, occupational health or other requirements.


Rabies Vaccination

Rabies is found in over 150 countries around the world and an estimated to cause tens of thousands of deaths in endemic countries. Children are especially vulnerable to rabies and 40% of bites occur in children under the age of 15 years.  95% of deaths from rabies occur in the Indian Subcontinent, Africa and South East Asia.

If someone who is unvaccinated against Rabies is infected, Human Rabies Immunoglobulin (HRIG) could be a lifesaver. However, HRIG is often unavailable or unreliable in many countries. Without HRIG, the results of a rabies infection is often fatal, and so a rabies vaccination before you travel is the best way to protect yourself.

£79 per dose (NEW LOWER PRICE)

Hepatitis B Vaccination

An estimated 350 million people are thought to be chronic carriers of the infection and 686,000 people die every year from the complications of hepatitis B infection (WHO data). The countries with the highest prevalence of infection include Africa and East Asia where 5-10% of the population are chronically infected with the disease. High disease prevalence also occurs in the Middle East, Southern and Eastern Europe and the Indian Subcontinent.

£55 per dose


Yellow fever is a potentially life threatening viral illness that is found in tropical areas of Africa and South and Central America. In the UK you can only obtain the yellow fever vaccination from a designated Yellow Fever Clinic. When attending a yellow fever vaccination appointment, please remember to bring your passport with you. Please make sure you have not had a live vaccine less than 4 weeks prior to the appointment.

This is a live vaccine

£80 including certificate

(this is valid for life)


Typhoid is found in countries with inadequate sanitation and is endemic in Indian subcontinent, South East Asia, parts of the Middle East, Central and South America and Africa. Around 22 million cases of typhoid fever and 220,000 deaths occur annually (WHO 2014). 



Hepatitis A occurs worldwide, mostly in countries where sanitation is poor. It is one of the most frequent causes of foodborne infections. For travelers seeking adventure or cultural experiences in regions like India, parts of Southeast Asia, Africa, and South America, it is highly recommended to consider Hepatitis A vaccination as part of their travel preparation.

Most cases imported into Britain have been contracted in the Indian sub-continent. Outbreaks of hepatitis A infection can occur sporadically and can be explosive.


          DENGUE FEVER

This is a live vaccine

Dengue fever is an infection spread by mosquitoes.

It's often found in tropical areas including:

  • parts of Africa and Asia

  • Central and South America

  • the Caribbean

  • the Pacific islands

  • some southern areas of North America


Meningitis ACWY Vaccination

Six strains are responsible for epidemics worldwide-A, B. C, W, X and Y. Strains B and C are mainly responsible for outbreaks in industrialised countries, whereas strains A and W135 occur in the “meningitis belt” of Sub Saharan Africa, stretching from Senegal to parts of Ethiopia and causing outbreaks in the dry season annually


(including certificate for hajj pilgrimage

Japanese Encephalitis Vaccination

Japanese encephalitis is the leading cause of viral encephalitis (inflammation of the brain) in children.

£105 per dose


This is a live vaccine.

Please make sure your your child has not had a live vaccine less than 4 weeks prior to the appointment (such as MMR vaccine).

£89 Per dose



This is a live vaccine.


Whooping Cough vaccine

This vaccine covers against pertussis (Whopping  cough as well as Diptheria, Tentanus & Polio)


Tick-borne Encephalitis (TBE) Vaccination

A viral infectious disease affecting the central nervous system that is transmitted through the bites of infected ticks which are commonly found in certain regions of Europe and Asia.

£74 per dose

Cholera Vaccination

An estimated 1.3 million to 4 million causes of cholera occur per year with between 21,000 and 143,000 deaths.  Outbreaks can occur in any world region, but are more prevalent in regions where access to clean water and sanitation is not available.

NOTE: this vaccine is administered in the form of a drink

£44 per dose

Shingles Vaccine (Shingrix)

2 doses required



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