Wellness vaccinations are all vaccines which improve the quality of your health and wellbeing. They offer protection against vaccine-preventable infectious diseases and are an essential for both children and adults.
Vaccinations have been used for many years to limit the impact of many life-threatening illnesses. Due to valiant efforts of vaccination programmes in the UK and worldwide, we’ve managed to reduce many diseases.
Wellness vaccinations offer protection for the individual by aggravating their immune system to produce an immune response. They also offer wider community protection by developing herd immunity. Once a certain percentage of the population is vaccinated, which varies depending on the infectious disease, herd immunity will protect those unable to be vaccinated. This is important so that whole communities can be protected against avoidable illness.
We would consider ourselves vaccination specialists. We have been providing wellness vaccinations and travel vaccinations for more than 25 years and are accredited to the highest standards.
We offer a range of services from childhood immunisations for babies and children, adult vaccinations, and wellness vaccinations such as annual flu jabs.
We stay at the forefront of vaccine development and you can rely on us to have all vaccines in stock whenever you need them.
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DTP - Diphtheria, Tetanus & Polio
Diphtheria, tetanus and polio are three infections which are now easily vaccinated against with the three in one DTP vaccine.Learn More
Protect yourself and your loved ones from the flu this year by getting an annual flu jab.
For the best protection, opt for the premium recombinant option.
Hepatitis A is a contagious virus causing chronic liver disease and death. It spreads through contaminated food and water. Travellers to specific countries should get vaccinated.Learn More
Hepatitis B is a contagious infection which can cause liver failure and cancer. Protect yourself with the Hepatitis B vaccine, especially if you have HIV or an autoimmune disease.Learn More
Reduce your risk of developing
HPV-related cancers including cervical, penile, neck and throat cancers.
Gardasil 9 offers the most protection against 9 strains of HPV virus.
Protect against 4 types of meningococcal bacteria that can cause meningitis and septicemia.
Highly recommended for those about to start University and for travel abroad.
Meningitis B is the most common form of meningitis and can be fatal in 10% of cases. While it is most serious for babies, adults can still benefit from the vaccine and adults who are likely to be near young babies should consider vaccination.Learn More
MMR - Measles, Mumps & Rubella
The MMR vaccine is a 3-in-1 immunisation against measles, mumps and rubella. It is a vaccine that is now routinely offered to children on the NHS, however it was not always around and those born between 1970 and 1990 may only be partly immunised or not at all.Learn More
Many people know that pneumonia is a potentially fatal infection. However, not as many know that there is a vaccine for it. Those over 65 are particularly vulnerable to pneumonia and having the vaccine is a great way of protecting yourself against the serious consequences of the disease.Learn More
Shingles is a very painful viral infection that generally affects people over the age of 50. It is caused by the same virus that causes chickenpox and only those who have previously had chickenpox can develop shingles. Seeing as most people have had chickenpox as a child, it is a highly recommended vaccine for older adults.Learn More
The BCG vaccine protects against tuberculosis (TB). It can only be given to those who have not been exposed to TB or the vaccine and therefore a Mantoux skin test is required before vaccination.Learn More
Whooping cough, although generally considered to be a childhood illness, is in fact more common in adults. While the infection isn’t particularly harmful to adults, it can be severe in babies, particularly under 1 and so pregnant women and those who may come into contact with young babies should be vaccinated.Learn More
It’s never too late to catch up with missed or incomplete vaccination courses including childhood vaccinations. As you get older, your immune system reduces and you’re more prone to complications from infectious diseases. Vaccinations offer protection and alleviate worry. For peace of mind, take a look at all our adult vaccinations.Learn more
Without doubt, your children are the most precious thing in the world and protecting them is so important. Most infectious diseases are completely avoidable with childhood vaccinations. Take a look at all our childhood vaccinations.Learn more
Certain jobs and industries come with infectious disease risks and it is important to consider if workplace vaccinations are suitable for your business. We offer many different vaccinations and can vaccinate in clinic or at your place of work.Learn more
Urgent Polio Boosters advised for all London children aged 1-9 years
- even if their up-to-date with their childhood vaccinations.
Parents should seek the polio vaccine booster as soon as possible.
We have DTP & DTP + Whooping Cough vaccinations in stock!
Call to Book your Child's Polio Booster Vaccine.
UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has announced that all children aged 1-9 years from all London boroughs, regardless of previous immunisation status are recommended a polio vaccine booster.
To read our full statement on the UKHSA announcement, click here.
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Many infectious diseases are avoidable. Vaccinations offer protection against illness and reduce the likelihood of serious complications. In history, valiant vaccination programmes have managed to eradicate certain diseases from the world.
Herd immunity is reliant on a certain percentage of the population being vaccinated. If everyone had the same mindset of “herd immunity” being enough then less people would be vaccinated and herd immunity wouldn’t be achieved. Certain people are unable to get vaccinated due to medical conditions, immune deficiencies and also allergies and so it is important for all those who can get vaccinated, do.
Your immune system builds up immunity naturally when you are exposed to a disease. It is unpredictable in how well it will be able to manage against the disease. There is a possibility your immune system will be overwhelmed and you will be seriously ill. In worse case scenarios you could be hospitalised, have life-changing health conditions or it could be fatal. Vaccinations work alongside your immune system by building up immunity to a weaker strain so that if you were to be exposed to the real disease your body would be able to fight off the infection easier.
Before vaccinations are used in the general population they are rigorously tested. They have to meet independent safety standards and are regularly tested to ensure they are safe.