Our Practice Nurses provide up to the minute information on immunisation and health for travellers. Remember many vaccinations need to be given up to 6 – 8 weeks prior to travelling. Some vaccine is available free of charge, but there may be a charge for others, e.g. Hepatitis B, Yellow Fever, Rabies. Please read the Travel Advice Leaflet – this has some useful hints and tips for travellers.
Before making an appointment to see the Nurse please read the Travel Appointment Information and then download and complete the Travel Risk Assessment Form which you will need to email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com before an appointment will be given. Once the nurse has reviewed your completed assessment you will be contacted by the surgery and offered an appointment.
There is a charge for all non NHS vaccines, which will include the cost of administering the vaccine and any related paperwork.
|Vaccine||Cost to patient per dose|
|Yellow Fever||£70.00 (single dose)|
|Japanese B Encephalitis||£95.00 (two doses required)|
|Tick Borne Encephalitis||£10.00 plus private prescription|
|Rabies||£45.00 (three doses required)|
|Private script for Malaria Medication||£10.00|
|Typhoid||Free (booster required every 3 years)|
|Hepatitis B Booster||£40.00 ( for travel if full course completed)|
|Hepatitis B Full Course||£110.00 ( for three doses|