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NHS Vaccination Schedule

NHS vaccinations and when to have them – NHS (


Travel Vaccines

Before you travel it’s important to find out whether you will need additional vaccinations for the country you’re visiting.

Ideally we would like you to arrange your travel appointment with the Practice 6 weeks before you intend to travel. This is to ensure that there is sufficient time to allow for a primary and booster vaccination if required as some vaccinations are not effective immediately or require a series of injections. 


Unlike community pharmacies or private clinics we are able to offer routine travel vaccinations free of charge through the NHS in addition to our free Travel Clinic consultation with our Practice Nurses.

These include:

  • Hep A
  • Typhoid
  • Diphtheria / Tetanus / Polio combined

Other vaccinations are not covered by the NHS and, as private treatments, they incur a cost.  These include Yellow Fever, Hep B, Rabies, Meningitis ACWY and Malaria.  We do not keep stock of all vaccinations and they may need to be ordered in, in this case payment will be required in advance. A list of our fees can be found HERE.

For more information on which vaccines you may need visit:

For general travel advice visit:


If you do require vaccinations for your chosen destination, please book an appointment with a Nurse to discuss your upcoming trip and to confirm which vaccinations you need.

Please let the Patient Services Coordinator know your consultation is for the travel clinic so they can book you with an appropriate member of staff. Once again we kindly ask you allow as much time as possible before your trip to have this consultation so we can put a vaccination plan in place and to ensure we have the required vaccinations in stock.