Travel Health and Vaccination Service
Our friendly staff are here to help you with all your travel needs, book your travel vaccinations today!
Vaccines cost from £31, for a full price list see the frequently asked questions section below.
We've partnered with Pharmadoctor to support this service. You will need to register your details to complete our pre-consultation questionnaire.
We can help you and your family prepare for your trip with our Travel Health and Vaccination Service.
We offer a full range of travel vaccinations and anti-malaria tablets for all destinations.
Our trained pharmacists will help ensure that you are protected from infectious diseases whilst travelling abroad.
How does it all work?
Start your e-consultation
After clicking the button you will be directed to our partner, Pharmadoctor, where you will need to register before completing your e-consultation. Once completed, select "book appointment" to continue.
Book your appointment
Simply select your preferred date and time. You will then receive an email confirmation to confirm your booking.
Attend your appointment
Your consultation can take up to 20 minutes – our pharmacist will provide advice of the vaccinations recommended so you can make an informed choice.
Start your treatment
If the vaccines are available in branch you may start your vaccine plan there and then. Some vaccines that have more than one dose so you may need to come back for further appointments. Please note, all vaccines are subject to availability.
Frequently Asked Questions
What vaccines do I need?＋
There are many vaccinations available for countries across the world. If you are thinking about planning a holiday our pharmacist will be able to discuss and recommend the vaccines and anti-malarial tablets needed for your preferred destination.
When should I have my vaccines?＋
Ideally you should start your travel vaccination programme at least six weeks before departure, or earlier if possible.
By allowing 4-6 weeks for your vaccination programme, you have time to fit in full courses of vaccines where required which provides you with the best possible protection against certain vaccine preventable diseases. Even if you don’t have time to complete the course before you travel, it is better to start and then complete when you get back. At least four to six weeks before you go. This gives you time to check that your routine UK vaccines are up to date and get any recommended travel vaccines and malaria tablets.
What if I’m going on a last minute holiday?＋
It’s not too late - vaccines can be given at short notice and malaria tablets (if needed) can be started the day you go.
What vaccinations are available and how much do they cost?＋
Find out what vaccinations are available and how much they cost here
What is Malaria?＋
Malaria is a tropical and possibly fatal disease that is transmitted by the female Anopheles mosquito. People will generally experience flu like symptoms such as headache, shivers, sweats, aches and pains in addition to other symptoms such as diarrhoea. Symptoms can take 12 months (or even longer) to develop. Malaria can be fatal if left untreated so anyone who has been in an area where there is a Malaria risk and is displaying these symptoms should seek medical help straight away.
Much of Africa, South America, South East Asia and India are malaria regions. In fact there are around 100 countries thought to have a risk of malaria. If you are unsure if your travel destination has a risk of malaria it is important to find this out prior to your trip.
Anyone travelling to an area infected by malaria can catch it. This includes people returning to their home country to visit friends and relatives. The best way to prevent catching malaria is to make sure you have taken appropriate bite avoidance measures and medication if required.
Not only is malaria transmitted by mosquitos, in many tropical countries, mosquitoes can spread other diseases such as dengue, chikungunya, West Nile, Malaria, Yellow Fever and Zika.
Key facts for mosquito bite avoidance:
- Bite avoidance at all times including during the day, is important - Cover up - Use repellents - Use nets
- Mosquitoes which transmit Zika, dengue and chikungunya infections bite
- Predominantly during the daytime and at dusk.
- Mosquitoes which transmit malaria bite predominantly in the evening and at night
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