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Travel Vaccines

Travel Vaccination NameValidityPrice Per DoseOther Info
Diphtheria Tetanus Polio10 years£32
Cholera2 years£282 doses needed
Hepatitis A1 Year/Long Term£482 doses for long term
Hepatitis A Paediatric£402 doses for long term
Hepatitis A&B10-20 years£67
Hepatitis B10 years£4016 Years of age or over only - 3 or 4 doses may be required
Hepatitis B Junior£38
Inactivated Influenza (Flu) Vaccine1 year£12
Japanese B Encephalitis(Ixiaro)1 year£85Two doses required
Meningitis3 years£50
Rabies3-4 years£553 doses needed
Tick Borne encephalitis1-3 years£65
Typhoid(injection)3 years£30
Typhoid(Oral)1 year£45*Price for full course
Typhoid & Hepatitis A3 years£80
Yellow FeverLong Term£60

Speciality Vaccines

Vaccination NameValidityPrice Per DoseOther Info
ChickenpoxLong Term£652 doses needed
ShinglesLong Term£165

Anti Malaria Medication

We carry a full range of Malaria medication to suit each individual patient’s requirements.

Please note we have a fixed fee of *£10 in addition to the cost of the Malaria medication for the assessment and supply under our PGD, (An alternative to a private prescription). *This fee is waived if the patient receives any travel vaccination on the same day as the malaria medication.

Malaria TabletsPack sizePrice Per PackPrice Per Tablet
Malarone Tablets12£21.60£1.80
Atovaquone/Proguanil (Generic Equivalent to Malarone)12£21.60£1.80
Malarone Paediatric12£10.20£0.85
Doxycycline 100 mg Capsules50£25.00£0.50
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