The Practice Nursing team offer a travel advice and vaccination service. 

If you plan to travel abroad, and think you may need vaccinations prior to travel, click on the links below to see more information about travel vaccinations and then contact the practice as soon as possible.  

When you contact the practice for travel advice, we will ask you for the following information;

  • Departure - when you will be travelling
  • Destination - where you are going
  • Duration - how long you will be travelling for

Prior to your appointment the Practice Nurse will research the vaccinations that you need. During your appointment, you will be offered advice and the vaccinations themselves. You may be asked to return to the surgery again for follow up vaccinations or for vaccinations, or because some vaccinations may need to be ordered as a result of your consultation. 

PLEASE REMEMBER TO CONTACT THE PRACTICE AS SOON AS YOU DECIDE TRAVEL, ideally 6-8 weeks prior to your departure. This is very important as some vaccines may need to be ordered, and some require time to take effect before travel. 

PLEASE NOTE - if the practice cannot accommodate you before you travel, then you may be referred to an alternative travel clinic for advice and vaccination. 





The following travel vaccinations are free of charge;

  • Tetenaus/Dpihtheria/Polio
  • Hepatitis A
  • Typhoid
  • Oral Cholera (Dukoral)


The following charges apply for selected travel vaccinations. 

(Correct at January 2020);

  • Hepatitis B (3 doses) - £120
  • Hepatitis B (single dose) - £40
  • Hepatitis B status blood test - £45.50
  • Meningitis A& C - £50.00
  • Rabies (3 doses) - £150.00
  • Rabies booster - £65.00
  • Japanese Encephalitis (single dose) - £105.00
  • Japanese Encephalitis (two doses) - £210.00
  • Tick-borne Encephalitis (3 doses) - named patient order 


A private prescription for Malaria tablets is charged £15.50. Please note however that this charge is separate to the pharmacy charge. Pharmacies may charge per tablet prescribed.