The risks to health whilst travelling will vary between individuals based on activities abroad, length of stay and general health of the traveller. Please book your appointment by calling one of our clinics.
During consultation, our trained travel health doctors will advise you on the Recommended Vaccinations and will suggest others be considered based on the history of the individual traveller.
Hepatitis A Vaccination
Price: £43 per dose
Hepatitis A is a viral infection which can cause severe liver disease. The viral infection is usually spread by contaminated food and water.
Combined Tetanus, Diptheria & Polio Vaccination
Price: Price: £32 per dose
Diphtheria is uasually spread by close contact with infected persons. In the UK, the combined Diptheria/Tetanus/Polio vaccine is recommended when diphtheria boosters are indicated for adults. A diphtheria booster lasts 10 years. Tetanus is a serious infection, usually contracted following contamination of wounds. In the UK, after 5 doses of vaccine, tetanus boosters are not routinely required unless travelling to areas with limited medical care. In the UK, the combined Diptheria/Tetanus/Polio vaccine is recommended when tetanus boosters are indicated. A tetanus booster lasts 10 years.
Hepatitis B Vaccination
Price: Price: £38 per dose
Hepatitis B is a viral infection which can cause serious liver disease. It is usually spread sexually and by contact with infected blood or body fluids (e.g. puncture of the skin with contaminated needles). Vaccination is recommended for long-stay travellers, and those at risk due to their medical history, activities or work.
Price: Price: £45 per dose
Typhoid fever is a bacterial infection usually spread by contaminated food and water. It can cause a serious illness, but vaccines offer up to 80 % protection.
Book a consultation to discuss your malaria requirements with one of our travel nurses. Which malaria medicine is required depends on your risk assessment.
Malarone – £3.50 per tablet, Larium – £3.80 per tablet & Doxycycline – 50p per tablet.
Recommendations for Malaria tablets to prevent malaria differ by country of travel. No antimalarial drug is 100% protective and must be combined with the use of personal protective measures, (i.e., insect repellent, long sleeves, long pants, sleeping in a mosquito-free setting or using an insecticide-treated bednet).
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