Note: all prices are per dose - some vaccinations require multiple doses.
Common in Africa, Central America and Asia, cholera is an infection spread by bacteria in contaminated food and water.
£60 (2 part treatment)
£30 for a Booster
Contaminated fecal matter spreads hepatitis A, a disease often caught via infected food and water and common across in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and South America
£50 (combined Hep A & B)
£35(combined Hep A & B - Paediatric)
Hepatitis B is an acute infection of the liver. It is usually spread through contaminated blood via sexual intercourse, needle sharing, blood transfusions and injections.
£50 (combined Hep A & B)
£35 (combined Hep A & B - Paediatric)
Bacteria are responsible for this infection and it’s found throughout the world, a risk wherever sanitation and hygiene are poor
Protects young children from diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough
Spread by mosquitoes, there’s no cure for this disease found across South East Asia, Japan, and tropical regions of Australia. There are also occasional epidemics in China and India
A tick-borne virus found in eastern, northern and central Europe as well as eastern Russia, east Asia, China and Japan
A highly dangerous disease spread by infected mosquitoes, malaria is common in the equatorial tropics and subtropics
£3.00/ tablet - Malarone®
£2.00/ tablet - Generic
A bacterial infection, this disease tends to be commonest in sub-Saharan Africa. But it’s also sometimes found where it’s crowded and where there’s imperfect hygiene, for example universities and army camps
£50 (Meningitis ACWY)
£120 (Meningitis B)
Infected animal and human bites and scratches spread this awful disease, which is particularly common in Thailand, Brazil and India
£60 per dose (Verorab)
£60 per dose (Rabipur)
Spread by mosquitoes and particularly common across Ethiopia, Nigeria, Kenya, Brazil, Peru and Columbia, Yellow Fever vaccinations are often a must have if you’ve travelled through or to a country where there’s an outbreak.
Transmitted through sexual contact and it is possible to have the virus without knowing. This form of cancer originates in the cells of the cervix when abnormal cells begin to develop and multiply out of control.
A safe and effective combined vaccine that protects against 3 separate illnesses – measles, mumps and rubella (German measles) – in a single injection. The full course of MMR vaccination requires 2 doses.
They can also lead to complications in pregnancy that affect the unborn baby, and can lead to miscarriage.
£40 per dose
A highly-contagious viral infection, affecting young children, adults, and, of course, those who have not been immunized. Young children are generally mildly affected, however, Chickenpox can be more severe in adults, and those with weakened immune systems.
A highly dangerous disease which causes inflammation of the lining of the brain and spinal cord. Bacterial Meningitis can lead to Septicaemia, which can become fatal.
An infection of a nerve, and the band of skin supplied by the affected nerve. It can cause pain, and an itchy rash, which remains localised, and normally takes from 2 to 4 weeks to clear up