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Please contact us as soon as you find out you are travelling as some vaccinations are compulsory for travel into some countries and other vaccinations must be spread out over a period of time. It is essential that you receive the right treatment for your trip.

Some vaccinations may require booster doses, even if you have had the full course of the vaccination in the past. Please come in for a consultation to find out if this applies to you.

A consultation fee of £20 is charged to each client at the start of the consultation. Any client who purchases vaccinations and/or antimalarials will be refunded the £20 charge and will only be charged for their purchases.

Clients are reminded to arrive at least 15 minutes before their appointment with a full written history of vaccinations, medical conditions and medication they currently use. We require the dates when you had vaccinations if available. You may need to contact your doctor to obtain a written vaccination record.

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A consultation fee of £20 is charged to each client at the start of the consultation. Any client who purchases vaccinations and/or antimalarials will be refunded the £20 charge and will only be charged for their purchases.

VACCINATIONPRICE
Hepatitis A*£45 each dose (course of 2)
Hepatitis A Jnr*£45 each dose (course of 2)
Hepatitis B*£40 each dose(course of 3/4)
Hepatitis A + B (Twinrix)£55 each dose(course of 3/4)
Typhoid Inj£45 each dose
Typhoid + Hep A£65 each dose
Polio / Tetanus / Diphtheria£30 each dose
Meningitis ACWY£45 each dose
Japanese Encephalitis*£80 each dose (course of 2)
Rabies* 0,7 and 28 Days£50 each dose (or £140 for course of 3)
Cholera* 0 and 7 Days£25 each dose (course of 2)
MMR (Meales, Mumps and Rubella)*£50 each dose (course of 2)
Live Oral Typhoid Vaccination (3 capsules)On days 0,3 and 5£40
Yellow Fever£65
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