PRICE LIST – VACCINATIONS - ADULTS

 

 DTP (Diphtheria/Tetanus/Polio) £30
 HEPATITIS A £49
 HEPATITIS B £49 *
 HEPATITIS A + B £69
 HEPATITIS A + TYPHOID £75
 TYPHOID - Injection
 £30
 TYPHOID - Oral £39
 RABIES £75 **
 MENINGITIS (A, C, W135, Y) £75
 MENINGITIS B £125
 JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS £95
 TICK-BORNE ENCEPHALITIS £75
 CHOLERA (Oral) £40
 YELLOW FEVER - (Including Certificate) £75
 YELLOW FEVER - Replacement Certificate £20


*       3 x Course Discounted Price Hep B                           £125

**     3 x Course Discounted Price Rabies                          £195

 

Both the above offers based upon payment in full at the first appointment.

Non-transferrable vouchers issued.

 

Reminder text service.

 

 

PRICE LIST – VACCINATIONS - CHILDREN

 

HEPATITIS A Junior                                                    £40

HEPATITIS B Junior                                                    £30

HEPATITIS A + B Junior                                              £49

JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS Junior                                £79


Malaria is a serious and sometimes fatal disease transmitted by mosquitoes. You cannot be vaccinated against malaria.

 

 

PRICE LIST – ANTI-MALARIALS

 

MALARONE* (Adult) Tablets                                      £3.60 per tablet

MALARONE* (Paediatric) Tablets                               £1.80 per tablet

ATOVAQUONE/PROGUANIL* (Generic Malarone)         £1.95 per tablet

ATOVAQUONE/PROGUANIL* (Paediatric – Generic)     £1.50 per tablet

DOXYCYCLINE 100mg Capsules*                               £20.00 per 50 capsules

LARIAM 250mg Tablets                                             £32.00 per 8 tablets

PALUDRINE Tablets                                                  £20.00 per pack (112)


Malarone and Doxycycline should be started 2 days prior to entering the malarious area. The dose for both is ONE daily. The dose for Malaraone Paediatric is dependent upon the child's weight.

Malarone (and its generic) needs to be continued for a week after leaving the area.

Doxycycline needs to be continued for 4 weeks after leaving the area.

Lariam is only appropriate for certain travellers, and its suitability needs to be determined by a 2-3 week pre-travel trial. If taken, it needs to be continued for 4 weeks after leaving the area.

Paludrine needs to be continued for 4 weeks after leaving the area.