All samedaydoctor clinics are travel clinics offering travel vaccinations and travel services.
The standard ‘travel pack’ contains the most commonly recommended travel vaccines against diphtheria, tetanus, polio, hepatitis A and typhoid, normally available in just 2 shots and this is suitable for most travel destinations.
Yellow fever is needed for Central Africa and South America.
Rabies should be considered for many parts of the world, and this can be a potential risk if bitten or scratched by a dog most commonly, but also potentially cats, monkeys or bats.
Hepatitis B is transmitted via bodily fluids, needles (tattoos and piercings or injecting drugs) or through contamination of unsterile equipment should you need hospital intervention. It is mandatory for health care workers and should be considered if travelling.
Japanese Encephalitis is a mosquito borne infection and Tickborne Encephalitis is an infection transmitted by ticks, both in the Eastern Asia.
Meningitis ACWY should be considered by travellers to central Africa and Saudia Arabia.
Book an appointment online or by phone, or walk-in where you see the symbol.
Children are by appointment only.
If you need further advice about vaccines or travel health before coming in to a clinic, book a phone or email consultation to speak to one of our doctors or nurses.
Malaria tablets are available from most samedaydoctor clinics.
Click here for information on individual vaccines – A-Z of vaccines.
Prices vary by location