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London Travel Clinic's nurses are travel health experts who provide best-in-class service to our customers. Book an appointment to meet with a nurse in any of our 8 clinics. Consultations are always free and any vaccinations you purchase will be provided during your appointment.

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We maintain a strong relationship
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Travel Kits and Medicines

We sell medicines such as antimalarials and antibiotics. We also provide travel kits, insect repellants, bedsheets and mosquito nets in all of our clinics.

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Meet Our Team

Our nurses receive training from leading sources including the course on tropical travel medicine from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

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London Travel Clinic

Welcome to London Travel Clinic. We provide a full range of travel clinic services, support and assistance, before, during and after your trip including: travel vaccinations, immunisations, medicine and injections. Whether you need injections for Thailand or vaccinations for India, a rabies vaccine or a yellow fever vaccination our specialist travel nurses and travel doctors are here to help.

Travel Vaccinations

Before venturing abroad it is important to ensure your travel vaccinations are up-to-date. If you have a trip planned, you should be asking questions like; what travel vaccinations do I need for Asia? Are my vaccines up to date? Do I need a tetanus booster? What activities can increase my risk of contracting hepatitis B? What course of malaria tablet would be suitable for my needs?

Travel Medicine in London

Our clinics are conveniently located across London; Oxford Street, Liverpool Street, London Bridge, Waterloo and Wandsworth which is our NHS travel clinic. For when you need medical advice for any reason particularly post travel related illness and infection.

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Thailand: Avoid the world’s deadliest creature!

So what is the world’s deadliest creature? The shark? The snake? The crocodile? Wrong! The world’s deadliest creature by far is the mosquito! These insects are vectors for many deadly diseases. There are vaccines available for some of these diseases, …

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Thailand’s Must-Visit Markets Uncovered

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China’s Top Temples

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Travelling to Visit Friends and Relatives Overseas

All travellers should prepare themselves when travelling to countries where there are potential health risks, but those visiting friends and relatives have a particularly high risk of acquiring infections.

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