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Please contact us as far in advance of travel as possible as some vaccines need to be given over a period of several months. All vaccines need at least two weeks to get into your system so should be obtained at least two weeks prior to travel.

The practice nurse will advise which vaccines are required for the countries you are visiting.

Please download and complete the Travel Risk Assessment Form and bring it with you to your appointment.

Travel Risk Assessment Form

Further information is available at:

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The NHS does not cover the costs of all vaccinations required for overseas travel. You may be charged for some vaccinations. The costs are as follows:

Typhoid No Charge
Tetanus No Charge
Polio No Charge
Diphtheria No Charge
Rabies £120 (course of 3 injections)
Meningitis ACWY £30 per injection
Tickborne Encephalitis £120 (course of three)
Japanese Encephalitis £140 (course of 2 injections)
Hepatitis B for travellers  £77 (course of 3 injections)
Hepatitis B Booster £45
Anti-malarials Buy from a chemist. In some cases a private prescription is required, for which a charge is normally levied.

The practice is no longer able to offer Yellow Fever vaccinations. These can instead be obtained at a local yellow fever centre. Please ask at reception for details.