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Travel Health

Travel Services

Clapham Family Practice is a designated yellow fever centre offering a comprehensive Travel Clinic.

Those travelling to developing countries, or those with significant pre-existing medical conditions, are encouraged to consult the clinic at least 4-8 weeks before travel. Most travel vaccination courses can be given over four weeks so travellers should plan for this accordingly. 

Face to face consultations with our nurse can enable advice to be individualised with the best package of preventative measures to be put in place.

Malaria prophylaxis is also available in clinic.

Please call 020 3049 6600 for an appointment at the travel clinic.


The following vaccinations are available free on the NHS for our registered patients.

Vaccination Dose Required  Price Per Dose   Total Price
Tetanus Diptheria Polio 1 FREE FREE
Typhoid  1 FREE FREE
Hepatitis A 1 FREE FREE
Cholera (Pre-order required) 2 FREE FREE

The following vaccinations are chargable.

Vaccination Dose Required    Price Per Dose Total Price
Hepatitis A & B combined 2-3 £75.00 £225.00
Yellow Fever + Certificate 1 £65.00 £65.00
Yelow Fever Certificate Replacement - - £15.00
Hepatitis B 3 £50.00 £150.00
Rabies 3 £60.00 £180.00
Influenza £15.00  £15.00 
Atovaquone / Proguanil Private  Prescription £20.00
Malarone  Private    Prescription  £20.00
Doxycycline Private  Prescription £20.00
Mefloquine Private  Prescription


Extra Travel Items      
Bite Avoidance Only     FREE

Travel illnesses and vaccinations

Get the right travel vaccinations and follow the advice below to reduce your risk of common infectious diseases.

How to beat jet lag

Jet lag refers to disturbed sleep patterns, weakness and disorientation caused by travelling. It happens when your normal body clock is disrupted by travelling through several time zones.

Safer sex on holiday

Unprotected sex on holiday can have the same results as when you're at home – sexually transmitted infections (STIs) or unintended pregnancy. Find out how to protect yourself, and where to go for help if you need it.

Food and water abroad

Many illnesses, including travellers’ diarrhoea, hepatitis A, typhoid and cholera are contracted through contaminated food and water.
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