Our team at London Travel Clinic provide a comprehensive range of travel healthcare advice, vaccines and anti-malarials to travellers, groups, families and corporate clients. We are passionate about travel healthcare and pride ourselves on our deep, specialist knowledge and the quality of the care that we provide to each and every customer.

London Travel Clinic now operate 9 well-equipped clinics throughout central London, and employs a professional and experienced team of 31 working across both clinical and administrative functions. We stock a comprehensive range of vaccines, anti-malarials and travel health accessories, and provide the latest healthcare advice to help you stay fit and healthy when travelling overseas. Please note that we charge a modest appointment fee for each 15-minute consultation/appointment provided. Please refer to our pricing page for further information.

Our skilled team of professional travel nurses are highly trained and well travelled, and they use this insight to help better prepare and protect every individual we see wherever in the world they’re heading.

If you have any questions about our services, please call us to speak with a member of our team. Our telephone lines are open from 8am to 7pm Monday - Friday and from 10am to 3pm on Saturday.

A consultation with one of our nurses takes just 15 minutes per patient, and you will be given your vaccines during this time. Consultations and follow up appointments are just £15.00 for up to 15 minutes.

We recommend that you fill out an online consultation form prior to your appointment. If you have not had the chance to do so, please arrive 10 minutes before your appointment as you will need to fill out a form before meeting with the nurse.

During your consultation the nurse will review your itinerary and advise which vaccines, anti-malarials and travel kits (such as bed nets and insect repellant) you require and should consider. We carry a comprehensive selection of vaccines in each of our clinic, so you can rest assured that we will have the items you need when you need them.

The nurse will also be able to provide you with medication such as anti-malarials and antibiotics during the consultation, so there’s no need to see your GP for a prescription.

Advice when booking group & family appointments:

Are you travelling with friends or family? If everyone in your group each require a vaccination, please ensure you book 1 appointment for each person to enable our nurses to complete a full personal consultation with each of your travelling party.
If you have any questions, either during your trip or long after your consultation, don’t hesitate to contact us - we are always happy to help.

 

Who will I see?

You will be seen by a specialist travel nurse who has up to date knowledge of travel medicine, disease processes and malaria prevention.

What do I need to bring?

Bring records of any past vaccinations you have received. You will also need cash or a Visa/MasterCard to be able to pay for your appointment with us and for any vaccinations that you require.

What to expect on arrival

On you arrival, ask for London Travel Clinic at the building reception who will point you in the right direction. When you arrive in clinic you will be asked to fill out a consultation form if you haven’t already filled out our online consultation form. Please allow around 15 minutes for your appointment to be completed. It is always best to arrive 5 minutes before your appointment start time.

What vaccinations do I need?

The nurse will go through your travel itinerary and your previous medical history in order to advise you what vaccinations are required. For a rough idea of what is recommended for your trip you can visit our destinations page.

When should I come?

Ideally 4-6 weeks before travel to enable you to complete any vaccination courses (Rabies, Hepatitis B, Japanese Encephalitis, Cholera). If you are not intending to do any courses and need only a booster, 14 days before travel is sufficient. Last minute appointments: It is always good to come even if it is one day before travel as we can still vaccinate you and give you advice and malaria tablets (if required). Yellow Fever requires 10 days before travel for full immunity, but especially due to your Yellow Fever Certificate, which should say that you have had the vaccine at least 10 days prior to travelling.

What certificates do I receive?

We provide certificates for Yellow Fever and Meningitis ACWY (for Hajj, Mecca). You will also receive a vaccination record card for any vaccinations we give you. Certificates are included in the vaccination price.

Do we provide malaria tablets?

Yes. You do need to come and see us for a consultation, as there are many different choices of tablet for different areas. Our nurses can provide you with the tablets at your appointment.

How much does it cost?

For a list of vaccination, medication and travel essential prices please refer to our price list on the tab above. All consultations are subject to a modest £15.00 fee per 15-minute consultation.

What is your refund policy?

All products are paid for on the day they are received and we can accept pre-payment for a course of vaccines (once advised by our nursing team) but not for one-off vaccinations to be administered at a future date. We cannot refund any oral medication or vaccinations once they have been administered.

What times do your telephone enquiry lines operate?

Our telephone lines are open from 8am to 7pm Mondays-Fridays and from 10am to 3pm on Saturdays. Please note that our telephonists cannot advise any vaccinations you may need as they are not medically qualified.

Are phone calls recorded?

Some phone calls are recorded for quality and training purposes.

Anything else I need to know?

We reserve the right to refuse service and we employ a zero tolerance policy towards violence or aggression towards our staff.

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