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IMPORTANT: Please can all adult patients wear their own face mask or face covering when attending the surgery in person.  These can help us protect each other and reduce the spread of this disease.  Please do not buy surgical masks which should be prioritised for the NHS.  Thank you

RESEARCH!  Want to help with medical/healthcare related research?  We are taking part in a Covid19 Clinical Trials research and a healthcare data project called The CLIMB Survey.  Clink on the links for further information or the relevant tabs on the right -->

Travel Vaccinations & Charges

Many travel costs are not covered by the NHS and we have to charge for these. 

  • Registered patients - initial risk assessment and follow up appointments = free
  • Private patients - initial risk assessment = £23
  • Private patients - **follow up appointments = £11.50 (or free if paying for a chargeable vaccine)
VaccinationNo.of doses to complete coursePrivate patient £ per doseRegistered patient £ per dose
Hepatitis ASingle**FreeFree
Hepatitis B (adult)Course of 3£35.00£35.00
Hepatitis B (child)Course of 3£23.00£23.00
Hepatitis A+B Combined single£51.00£51.00
Hepatitis A+TyphoidCombined single£55.00Free
Japanese EncephalitisCourse of 2

Price on application (approx £100)

Price on application       (approx £100)
Meningitis ACWY Single

Free for patients up to the age of 25 years old

£56.00 for patient 25+ years old 

£56.00
RabiesCourse of 3£74.00£74.00
Tetanus Diphtheria PolioCombined single**FreeFree
Tick Borne EncephalitisCourse of 2-3Price on applicationPrice on application
TyphoidSingle£30.00Free
Yellow FeverSingle£78.00£78.00
Certificate of vaccination/duplicate certificate £15.00£15.00
Private prescription £10.00n/a


**Giving fee/follow up appointment fee may apply (applicable to private patients only)

 NB/Prices are subject to change without notice if manufacturer rates increase

 

 
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