Travel Services & Vaccinations
If you are travelling abroad and would like up-to-date and comprehensive advice regarding travel health and vaccinations, please book a telephone consultation (020 3049 6600) with our Practice Nurses, at least 4 – 8 weeks before departure.
Failure to book in within this time may mean we are unable to offer an appointment and vaccinations. Vaccinations require time to be effective and therefore need to be given in advance of departure.
We are a designated yellow fever centre.
The following vaccinations are available free of charge on the NHS for our registered patients.
Vaccination Dose Required Price Per Dose Total Tetanus Diphtheria 1 FREE FREE Typhoid 1 FREE FREE Hepatitis 1 FREE FREE Cholera (pre-order required) 2 FREE FREE
The following vaccinations are available at a cost to you.
Vaccination Dose Required Price Per Dose Total Hepatitis A & B combines 2 – 3 £75 £225 Yellow Fever + Certificate 1 £65 £65 Yellow Fever Certificate – – £15 Hepatitis B 3 £50 £150 Rabies 3 £60 £180 Influenza 1 £15 £15
If you think you require or would like to know more information about the Rabies vaccination, please book a telephone appointment with our Practice Nurses. We offer the vaccination at a cost to you. It takes up to 4 weeks to complete the vaccine course, so you need to start it at least 1 month before you plan to leave. For more information, visit the NHS website.
If you think you require or would like to know more information about the Yellow Fever vaccination, please book a telephone appointment with our Practice Nurses. We are a designated Yellow Fever Centre and offer the vaccination at a cost to you. For more information, visit the NHS website.
Anti-malarial tablets are available privately from some high street or online pharmacies, at a cost to you. We are unable to issue any prescriptions for this as NHS Lambeth CCG no longer provides prescriptions for anti-malarial medications.
For more information about travelling to malaria prone areas, visit the NHS website.
For your safety, if you are planning on purchasing any medicines, including anti-malarials, from an online pharmacy, make sure they are registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council.