Travel Vaccinations

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All travel vaccinations require a travel consultation with one of our specialist travel nurses. You can discuss your travel plans and they can advise on which vaccinations and travel medications you should consider before travelling.

Price
Travel Consultation £20
Travel Vaccinations
- - Rabies £33 per dose
- - Yellow Fever £69.50 per dose
- - Japanese Encephalitis £117.50 per dose
- - Tick-Borne Encephalitis £66.50 per dose
- - Typhoid £45 per dose
Travel Medication Dependent on advised medication required

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Travel Vaccinations

Anyone travelling outside of the UK should undergo a pre-travel health assessment with a travel nurse. This is an important part of your holiday planning and should be booked in at least 4 weeks prior to travel.

During your consultation you will discuss your upcoming travel plans including location and planned activities, as well as your current health. Our travel nurse will explain which travel vaccinations they recommend you consider and any other important health precautions for your trip. Bring a copy of your travel itinerary with you including proposed travel dates, destination(s) and length of your stay.

We’ll also need to know your medical history, previous vaccination history and the names of any medication you currently take, so bring any supporting documentation to your appointment for our travel nurses to review.

Travel vaccinations are a necessary protection against infectious and potentially incurable diseases found overseas. In some situations, proof of vaccination must be provided before entry is permitted into a country and failure to do so can result in quarantine or entry being denied. What’s more, depending on your travel insurance, by not receiving your vaccinations for travel, you may be at risk of your policy not paying out should you fall ill.

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Not sure what vaccinations you need?

Book a travel consultation with one of our specialist travel nurses.

During your travel consultation you can discuss all your travel plans and we can advise you on what travel vaccinations and travel medications you should consider. This personalised service will take into account all your travel plans and we’ll create a bespoke health plan to keep you healthy throughout your travels.

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Rabies

Rabies is a serious viral infection which is fatal once it reaches the nervous system.

When travelling to areas of the world where rabies is present, it is important to consider the rabies vaccine.

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Yellow Fever

Yellow Fever is a potentially fatal disease spread by mosquitoes. It can be prevented with a single vaccine, Stamaril; which offers life-long protection.

The Yellow fever vaccine is only only at designated vaccination centres.

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Japanese Encephalitis

Japanese Encephalitis (JE) is a life-threatening viral brain infection which is spread to humans via infected bite of a Culex mosquito.

There is no specific cure for the illness, so vaccination is advised.

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Tick-Borne Encephalitis

Tick-Borne Encephalitis causes a severe infection of the central nervous system, including the brain and spinal cord, which can lead to complications such as meningitis.

Those travelling to countries at risk of TBE should consider vaccination.

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Typhoid

Typhoid fever is a highly contagious bacterial infection caused by poor standards of hygiene and contaminated water.

Vaccination or tablets available.

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Do you need a Covid-Negative Certificate to Travel?

We can deliver results in 5 hours or less

If you require urgent results, we can deliver your results in as little as 5 hours with our ultra rapid Covid-19 rt-PCR testing. Using our in-house laboratory we can fast track your sample to ensure you get your results as fast as you need them.

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Absolutely Fantastic

My new go-to travel clinic, absolutely fantastic experience... and something unlikely to be said by someone with a phobia of needles who was booking travel jabs!

Neil Goldwasser

Book your travel vaccinations online

Book Appointment

All travel vaccinations require a travel consultation with one of our specialist travel nurses. You can discuss your travel plans and they can advise on which vaccinations and travel medications you should consider before travelling.

Price
Travel Consultation £20
Travel Vaccinations
- - Rabies £33 per dose
- - Yellow Fever £69.50 per dose
- - Japanese Encephalitis £117.50 per dose
- - Tick-Borne Encephalitis £66.50 per dose
- - Typhoid £45 per dose
Travel Medication Dependent on advised medication required

Fleet Street Clinic is not a VAT registered company

Our Travel Health Nurses

FAQs

Yes. Our initial travel consultations are 30-minutes, there is plenty of time to discuss your medical history, your travel plans and to administer the first dose of all the vaccines you require.

We advise that you attend an appointment as early as possible to discuss your travel health needs. Some vaccinations require multiple doses and may take up to 4 weeks to complete a full course. However, it is never too late to vaccinate and even those who are departing at short notice can still gain some protection.

It can take up to two weeks to develop a full immune response from vaccinations, following which you are fully protected.

We pride ourselves on being able to deliver all travel vaccinations year round and aim to always carry a full stock of every vaccine even when there are shortages and our competitors struggle to source them.

Our nurses are experienced in vaccinating children and administering vaccinations to groups. If you require a group booking please call or email the clinic to ensure that we can allocate sufficient time for the appointment

We get asked this a lot. Some travel vaccinations are mandatory VISA requirements but most are strongly advised to keep travellers safe from disease and infection whilst travelling.

Routine vaccines are those that Public Health England recommends for all vaccine preventable diseases that may occur in the UK. They are commonly referred to as childhood immunisations for children, and wellness vaccines for adults. They offer protection against a range of serious illnesses.

Some countries have mandatory vaccination regulations, which means you must have proof of certain vaccinations to support your VISA application and/ or to enter the country. These are classed as required vaccines. In most cases, if you fail to meet the requirements, you risk being denied entry into that country.

Recommended vaccines are those that Public Health England recommends travelers get to protect their health whilst travelling, even if they aren’t required for entry by the government of the country you are visiting. Your age, health, and what you plan to do whilst travelling will determine what vaccines our travel nurse will recommend you to have. Whilst not mandatory, you increase your risk by not having recommended vaccines.

Travelling outside of the UK can expose you to illnesses rarely seen in the UK. There are many travel-related diseases which are severe and can be life-threatening, such as rabies and Yellow Fever. The best way to protect yourself against these diseases is vaccination. Travel vaccines have saved many lives and ensured many people enjoy their holidays. It is important to consider all vaccines recommended by our travel nurses.