Affordable travel vaccinations
TravelDoc™ clinics are easy to access travel vaccination clinics and are a subsidiary medical service offered by Regent Street Clinic. We offer travel vaccinations in Nottingham & Sheffield.
The clinic is led by a team of specialist travel health doctors, who have undergone postgraduate training in the field of travel medicine (at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow), to address the health needs of the increasing numbers of people travelling abroad and to generally promote a positive, healthy and safe travel experience.
We can help with last-minute travellers and the more ‘complex’ travel health requirements of gap year students or those with other health issues, for example, the pregnant, elderly or diabetic traveller.
We pride ourselves on our patient-centered service, focusing on offering bespoke travel risk assessments aimed at reducing the risk of ill-health whilst abroad.
Please feel free to give us feedback, we welcome patient input which improves the quality of the service we offer. We want people to be well-equipped for their adventures abroad – to be smart, to travel safe and to have fun!
Travel vaccines price list
Prices (£) are shown per dose
We pride ourselves on our ultra competitive prices
|Yellow Fever (with certificate)||£ 75|
|Yellow Fever Duplicate Certificate||£ 50|
|Hay Fever Injection||£ 75|
|Tick-borne Encephalitis||£ 60|
|Meningitis ACWY||£ 50|
|Junior Hepatitis A||£ 45|
|Shingles vaccine||£ 180|
|Fit To Fly Letters||£ 150|
|Hepatitis B||£ 45|
|Japanese Encephalitis (IXIARO)||£ 105|
|Hepatitis A & Typhoid combined||£ 75|
|Hepatitis A||£ 45|
|Diptheria , Tetanus and Polio||£ 30|
|Meningitis B Vaccine (BEXSERO)||£ 120|
|MMR vaccine||£ 50|
|Sterile Medical Kit||Free|
|PERTUSSIS (+DTP)||£ 75|
Our clinics are open Monday – Saturday
How TravelDoc™ clinics work
We offer a full range of services including all travel vaccinations and anti-malarials, including yellow fever vaccine, hepatitis A and B, rabies, japanese encephalitis, meningitis ACWY, cholera, typhoid, tick-borne encephalitis, tetanus, polio and diptheria.We also offer free sterile medical kits, advice on reducing the risk of diseases for which there are no vaccinations (such as dengue fever and Zika virus) and treatment of conditions such as travellers’ diarrhoea and altitude sickness. Our clinics are especially popular with last-minute travellers.
When you attend our clinic, we will review your previous vaccination history, medical history, present state of health, medications and any allergies. Please keep your immunisation documents safe, ideally with your passport, for use during your travels and as a record for the future. We only recommend those vaccines that are considered most important.
The vaccinations you need will depend on a number of factors and are determined by your specific risk assessment – these factors include the country you’re visiting, the activities you will be undertaking, the length of your stay, your accommodation, your previous vaccination history and recent outbreaks in the regions of travel. Our experienced travel doctors will be able to give you specific, up-to-date information on the vaccinations and anti-malarials required for your destination and other measures needed to protect your health whilst abroad.
Advantages of TravelDoc™
- Specialist advice from experienced travel doctors
- Multiple locations across the UK
- Our prices are hard to beat – we keep our prices LOW
- Same day service
- Friendly, informative staff
- Last minute travellers a speciality
- All vaccinations always in stock
- Free sterile medical kits
- We issue medication for travellers’ diarrhoea
- We can issue you with anti-malarials on-site
- You can discuss other health issues with our doctors
- TravelDoc™ vaccination record booklets to share with your NHS GP
- We UNDERSTAND your trip and are seasoned travellers ourselves
- 20 years of helping travellers stay safe
Japanese encephalitis is caused by a virus. It is passed to humans by the bite of infected mosquitoes.
Rabies occurs throughout the world, with most deaths taking place in developing countries, such as those in south-east Asia.
The hepatitis A virus is present in faeces and can be spread from person to person, but it’s usually caught by consuming contaminated food or water.
Hepatitis B is a serious liver infectionis common in many parts of the world, especially SE Asia, where up to 10% of the local population may be carriers.
Meningococcal meningitis is more common in some areas of Africa and Asia than in the UK. A vaccine is available to protect against some strains (ACWY).