Kingston Clinic: Travel Vaccinations
The UK’s premier travel clinic network
Welcome to CityDoc’s in-pharmacy clinic in Kingston upon Thames, London. Established since 2006, CityDoc is your local leading provider for travel vaccines. Located in Kingston upon Thames, West London with excellent transport links, our clinic can offer last minute and walk in appointments as well as easy online or telephone appointments. We are widely accessible inside popular, high-street pharmacy locations and cater for all your private travel vaccine requirements.
About the Clinic
Visit us at our in-pharmacy clinic in London to access our private travel vaccination services.
At CityDoc Kingston upon Thames we provide expert travel vaccination advice. We are a registered Yellow Fever clinic, and we stock a wide range of vaccines for diseases such as Typhoid, Tick Borne Encephalitis & more. We offer walk-in & same day appointments, or you can book online. Vaccines which are delivered by our specialist clinical professionals.
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We provide comprehensive private GP services, consulting on all health matters as well as a wide range of private blood tests.
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Patients are required to pay a base fee of £20 at their appointment (£10 for additional person), chargeable on your 1 st appointment visit. This fee covers your necessary face to face consultation, prior to any treatment being given and does not form part of your treatment cost.
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CityDoc is an exclusive partner to Healthier Business Group, providing both blood testing and vaccines to healthcare workers for over 15 years. Please select the service you have been recommended below.
All vaccines are subject to a medical consultation, stock availability and a travel risk assessment.
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Pearl Chemist Group is a trusted name in South London. Our flagship store is located in Mitcham and we have a total of 18 clinics that offer a variety of services including NHS, travel clinic and vaccination services.
We’re open six days a week whilst our hours on Saturdays differ slightly. You can book your private consultation by phone keeping in mind we also accommodate urgent appointments for last minute travellers.
Why is visiting a travel clinic in Kingston upon Thames important?
The thought of receiving an injection before your departure is, arguably, unappealing but the fact is that preventative care is often the best kind, even when receiving injections! Travel vaccinations should be the most important part of your holiday or business trip preparation because NOT protecting yourself against preventative illness can create a bad situation.
Travel vaccinations when given on time (sometimes multiple shots) build immunity for a specific disease. This will prevent you from falling ill on your trip.
Get travel vaccinations and travel advice from our health experts.
At our travel clinic in Kingston upon Thames, we offer comprehensive health advice and travel vaccinations to ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable trip. Our experts provide up to date information on travel vaccinations and travel health care at your convenience, serving a multitude of greater London regions. To know what type of vaccinations you will need for your trip, we recommend you consult with our doctors as soon as possible. Our common vaccines include Rabies and hard to source vaccines such as Yellow Fever, Hepatitis A and Japanese Encephalitis.
For more information of travel vaccinations and travel health services, you can visit one of our conveniently located clinics or call us at 020 4758 1067 .
We have travel clinics in the following areas
- Travel clinic Wimbledon
- Travel Clinic Earlsfield
- Travel Clinic Merton
- Travel Clinic Tooting
- Travel Clinic Mitcham
- Travel Clinic Banstead
- Travel Clinic Tolworth
- Travel Clinic Raynes Park
- Travel clinic Kingston
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- Anti Malaria
- Anti Virals
- Flu Vaccination
- Hepatitis Travel Vaccination
- Travel Vaccinations Clinic
- Meningitis Vaccination
- Travellers Diarrhoea
- Typhoid Vaccination Heathrow
- Pneumonia Vaccination
- Ear Microsuction
- Sore Throat
- Period Delay
- COVID -19 TESTING
Travel Vaccinations Clinic Kingston Upon Thames / Hampton wick
Why should you visit a travel clinic.
You should arrange to see a travel clinic at least six weeks before you are planning to leave the UK, as some vaccinations require more than one injection, over the course of several weeks. The clinician/ nurse will advise you on which vaccines you need. Most travel vaccines are suitable for small children but there are some age restrictions to consider. If you are planning a trip with your baby or toddler, make sure you consult a doctor or travel nurse well in advance of your departure.
Every year, the NHS estimates that almost one in four British holidaymakers will travel without getting vaccinated properly, meaning that they’re exposed to all sorts of life-threatening infectious diseases. Travelling without immunisation will also put others at risk, too, as if you bring an infection back to the UK with you, you could pass it on quite easily to the people around you at work or in the home.
However late in the game it is, make sure you do all that you can to avoid getting sick abroad by going to speak to your GP or someone at a local Superdrug Travel Clinic about your vaccine options.
What are the vaccines you can get before you travel abroad?
- Diphtheria/ Tetanus / Polio
- Hep A/ Typhoid
- Typhoid oral
- Hep A/B combined
- Hep A/B combined paed
- Meningitis ACWY conjugate
- Japanese Encephalitis B
- Japanese Encephalitis B paed
- Tickborne Encephalitis
- Tickborne Encephalitis (under 15)
Malaria is one of the most widespread diseases around the globe. The chances of contracting Malaria are far higher when you travel out of UK especially in developing countries. We provide antimalarial medications that help you stay away from this deadly disease:
- Malarone x 12
- Atovaquone/ Proguanil
- Malarone paed
We pride ourselves on offering our customers a quick, efficient service.
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Travel Vaccination Clinic in Kingston upon Thames
Going away on a trip abroad is always exciting. When you go through your checklist, make sure that you don't forget about travel vaccinations. We offer a private travel vaccination clinic in Kingston upon Thames.
During your appointment, you will have a consultation with one of our travel health experts to establish which vaccines are required and recommended for your travel destination.
- Expert Travel Health Advice
- A comprehensive range of travel vaccines
- Hajj and Umrah Vaccinations
- Occupational health Vaccine
- Non-travel vaccine
- Travel essentials
It is recommended that you book a travel clinic appointment at least 6-8 weeks before your trip to ensure that you have enough time to get the required/recommended vaccines. Book your appointment online today.
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How does it work?
The last thing you want to do is search for hours for a travel clinic and then spend hours on the phone line to make an appointment. Simply search for your local travel vaccination clinic within minutes and book an appointment online.
Book your travel vaccination clinic appointment online.
Attend the clinic at the booked date and time.
Get travel health advice, vaccines and antimalarials.
Why are travel vaccinations important?
Travel vaccinations are designed to protect you from catching infectious diseases which might not be common in your home country. These diseases can be serious or even fatal in some cases. It is therefore important to get the recommended vaccines to protect yourself.
Some countries require certain vaccines as an entry requirement. For example, some African and South American counties require a yellow fever vaccination certificate. Another example is the Meningitis ACWY vaccination certificate for anyone traveling to Saudi Arabia for Hajj or Umrah.
It is also important that your vaccinations are up-to-date for your travel insurance policy to be valid. Most insurance providers will require you to have the required/recommended vaccinations. Check with your travel insurance provider, if unsure.
Which travel vaccines do you need to go travelling?
The vaccinations recommended for your trip depend on several factors, this includes:
- Your travel destinations
- The nature of your trip
- Your past immunization history
- Your medical history
Book a travel clinic consultation with one of our travel health experts who will assess your travel vaccination requirements and create a personalized vaccination plan for you.
Which vaccinations can I get at Kingston upon Thames travel clinic?
We offer a comprehensive range of private travel vaccinations at Kingston upon Thames. The vaccinations include:
- Shingles Vaccine
- Typhoid Vaccine
- Hepatitis A Vaccine
- Rabies Vaccine
- Cholera Vaccine
- Diphtheria Tetanus Polio (DTP) Vaccine
- Hepatitis B Vaccine
- HPV Vaccination
- Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine
- Meningitis ACWY Vaccine
- Meningitis B Vaccine
- Tick Borne Encephalitis Vaccine
Vaccines are subject to stock availability. Click on the Book Now button to view further details about our clinic and to book your appointment online.
When should you get travel vaccines?
It is recommended that you book an appointment 6-8 weeks before your trip. This will generally leave enough time to have most vaccines.
In some cases, you might need even more time to complete a full course of some vaccines. So don't leave it to the last minute. Book your appointment online.
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If you're planning to travel outside the UK, you may need to be vaccinated against some of the serious diseases found in other parts of the world.
Vaccinations are available to protect you against infections such as yellow fever , typhoid and hepatitis A .
In the UK, the NHS routine immunisation (vaccination) schedule protects you against a number of diseases, but does not cover all of the infectious diseases found overseas.
If possible, see the GP or a private travel clinic at least 6 to 8 weeks before you're due to travel.
Some vaccines need to be given well in advance to allow your body to develop immunity.
And some vaccines involve a number of doses spread over several weeks or months.
You may be more at risk of some diseases, for example, if you're:
- travelling in rural areas
- staying in hostels or camping
- on a long trip rather than a package holiday
If you have a pre-existing health problem, this may make you more at risk of infection or complications from a travel-related illness.
You can find out which vaccinations are necessary or recommended for the areas you'll be visiting on these websites:
- Travel Health Pro
- NHS Fit for Travel
Some countries require proof of vaccination (for example, for polio or yellow fever vaccination), which must be documented on an International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis (ICVP) before you enter or when you leave a country.
Saudi Arabia requires proof of vaccination against certain types of meningitis for visitors arriving for the Hajj and Umrah pilgrimages.
Even if an ICVP is not required, it's still a good idea to take a record of the vaccinations you have had with you.
Find out more about the vaccines available for travellers abroad
Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination
You may need COVID-19 vaccinations to travel abroad.
Check the foreign travel advice on GOV.UK to find out the entry requirements of the country you're visiting.
Find out more about the NHS COVID Pass for travel.
First, phone or visit the GP practice or practice nurse to find out whether your existing UK vaccinations are up-to-date.
If you have any records of your vaccinations, let the GP know what you have had previously.
The GP or practice nurse may be able to give you general advice about travel vaccinations and travel health, such as protecting yourself from malaria.
They can give you any missing doses of your UK vaccines if you need them.
Not all travel vaccinations are available free on the NHS, even if they're recommended for travel to a certain area.
If the GP practice can give you the travel vaccines you need but they are not available on the NHS, ask for:
- written information on what vaccines are needed
- the cost of each dose or course
- any other charges you may have to pay, such as for some certificates of vaccination
You can also get travel vaccines from:
- private travel vaccination clinics
- pharmacies offering travel healthcare services
The following travel vaccines are available free on the NHS from your GP surgery:
- polio (given as a combined diphtheria/tetanus/polio jab )
- hepatitis A
These vaccines are free because they protect against diseases thought to represent the greatest risk to public health if they were brought into the country.
You'll have to pay for travel vaccinations against:
- hepatitis B
- Japanese encephalitis
- tick-borne encephalitis
- tuberculosis (TB)
- yellow fever
Yellow fever vaccines are only available from designated centres .
The cost of travel vaccines that are not available on the NHS will vary, depending on the vaccine and number of doses you need.
It's worth considering this when budgeting for your trip.
There are other things to consider when planning your travel vaccinations, including:
- your age and health – you may be more vulnerable to infection than others; some vaccines cannot be given to people with certain medical conditions
- working as an aid worker – you may come into contact with more diseases in a refugee camp or helping after a natural disaster
- working in a medical setting – a doctor, nurse or another healthcare worker may require additional vaccinations
- contact with animals – you may be more at risk of getting diseases spread by animals, such as rabies
If you're only travelling to countries in northern and central Europe, North America or Australia, you're unlikely to need any vaccinations.
But it's important to check that you're up-to-date with routine vaccinations available on the NHS.
Speak to a GP before having any vaccinations if:
- you're pregnant
- you think you might be pregnant
- you're breastfeeding
In many cases, it's unlikely a vaccine given while you're pregnant or breastfeeding will cause problems for the baby.
But the GP will be able to give you further advice about this.
For some people travelling overseas, vaccination against certain diseases may not be advised.
This may be the case if:
- you have a condition that affects your body's immune system, such as HIV or AIDS
- you're receiving treatment that affects your immune system, such as chemotherapy
- you have recently had a bone marrow or organ transplant
A GP can give you further advice about this.
As well as getting any travel vaccinations you need, it's also a good opportunity to make sure your other UK vaccinations are up-to-date and have booster vaccines if necessary.
People in certain risk groups may be offered extra vaccines.
These include vaccinations against diseases such as:
Read more information on NHS vaccines for adults and children to find out whether you should have any.
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Kingston Travel Clinic
Cholera , typhoid and hepatitis A are just some of the vaccines Passport Health keeps in-stock for your trip. We offer a variety of travel immunizations for your specific journey.
As one of the most common vaccinations, yellow fever is required for many destinations. The yellow fever vaccine is available at Passport Health locations throughout Canada. All our clinics are Registered Yellow Fever Vaccination Centres with Health Canada.
Some vaccines are needed on a routine basis. Others may be needed for trips to specific locales. Passport Health carries routine immunizations like TDaP (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis) and MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) and specialty vaccines like Japanese encephalitis .
Passport Health is now offering COVID-19 testing and Fit-To-Fly travel health forms.
Details & Directions
Conveniently situated in Kingston, near the Memorial Centre, Passport Health’s Kingston travel clinic is a premiere provider of travel health and vaccination solutions.
Schedule an appointment today by booking online or calling .
- Our office is located on 797 Princess St, Suite 308.
- The office building is located on Princess St, between MacDonnell St and Tower St.
- The building is located right next to Giant Tiger, and the building has a Shoppers Drug Mart right next to the main entrance.
- For parking, you would need to go into Tower St and park in the paid parking section in the back of the building.
- During after hours and weekend hours, you would need access to the building through the intercom system located at the main entrance beside Shoppers Drug Mart.
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TRAVEL HEALTH ADVICE & INFORMATION ABOUT TRAVEL DISEASES
Richmond Practice Travel Clinic
- Phone: 0208 940 5009
- Email: [email protected]
- Website: https://www.richmondpractice.co.uk
Richmond Practice Travel Clinic is a centrally located friendly practice in Richmond, Surrey. It is easily accessible from central London. The travel clinic is within walking distance of Richmond Mainline Rail Station and Richmond Underground Tube Station. There is parking in Paradise Road Car Park – which is a short walk away from the Travel Clinic. There is also parking in the nearby streets. This clinic is well placed for those looking for a Travel Clinic in the South of London.
Richmond Practice Travel Clinic Services
- This Travel Health Clinic offers disabled access, on request
- Travel Health consultations can be given in English, German, Italian and French
- Richmond Practice Travel Clinic is a registered Yellow Fever Centre
- Vaccine Price List can be accessed on the Travel Clinic website
- Appointments can be quickly booked on line with same day appointments available
- Seasonal flu vaccine and Bexsero is also available
- Post travel sexual health screening consultations are provided at this travel clinic
Corporate Travel Health Services
The Richmond Practice Travel Clinic also offers Corporate Travel Health Services and can provide advice on the following:
- Corporate Flu vaccination servcies
- Pre-travel business travel screening
- First aid and post travel advice
Recent Customers have visited the Travel Health Clinic from Richmond, Twickenham, Teddington, Hampton Hill, Kew, Sheen, Chiswick, Barnes, Putney, Clapham, Wimbledon, New Malden, Coombe, Kingston, Surbiton, Thames Ditton, East Molesey, Cobham, Esher, Weybridge, Walton, Sunbury, Feltham, Hounslow, Brentford, Ealing, Isleworth, Earls Court
Our range of services
We have a fully equipped minor ops room and Dr Hughes runs a regular clinic for the removal of lumps and bumps. Please book a routine appointment with one of the GPs first to assess whether you need minor surgery.
Sexual Health Services
We are accredited by KISH (Kingston Integrated Sexual Health) for our comprehensive sexual health services.
We offer a full range of contraceptive options. All our doctors are able to provide contraceptive advice.
Long acting contraceptive methods such as the coil and implant are easy to access.
Coil and Implant Fittings
We have a Fast track system to make it easier to directly access coil and implant fittings. Please find the relevant information below Alternatively you can book an appointment with Dr Beattie or Dr McHugh to discuss further.
Implant fitting- information leaflet and video link
Coil fitting- information leaflet and video link
We can provide contraceptive services to those who are not registered at Kingston Health Centre.
We offer testing for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) including HIV. Chlamydia is a very common sexually transmitted infection, with sexually active young people at highest risk. We offer screening by self-swab or urine test. For those who test positive, the infection is easily treated with a course of antibiotic.
HIV testing – best to know
HIV is now a treatable medical condition and those with the condition can expect to remain fit and well on treatment. Despite this, a significant number of people are unaware of their HIV infection and remain at risk to their own health and of passing the infection on to others. Late HIV diagnosis can be more difficult to treat effectively. We offer all new patients the opportunity to have an HIV test. You do not have to have to answer any unwanted personal questions or discussion before having the test. If you are worried about having to wait for test results we can offer you an on- the -spot test with results within a few minutes.
Cervical Screening Tests
A cervical screening test is a quick, easy and reliable way to detect abnormal cells at the neck of the womb (cervix) that can lead to cancer if not treated early. Regular screening tests can prevent cervical cancer and it is important to get one done. Women aged 25-49 years should have one every three years and those aged 50-64 every five years. If you have a history of abnormal screening results you may need to have repeat tests more frequently. If you have had a hysterectomy (unless if was for cancer) or have never been sexually active you will not need a screening test.
We have a midwife from Kingston Hospital who runs a clinic on Tuesdays. All of the GPs are able to provide maternity care. During your pregnancy you will have the opportunity to see both the midwife and GP for routine checks.
If you have recently registered with the practice we can offer you a check with one of the nurses involving a lifestyle questionnaire, height and weight, urine testing and appropriate blood screening. We also offer health checks for those over the age of 40years aimed at reducing the risks of future heart disease and stroke.
We offer a comprehensive travel service and will put together a personal immunisation plan for you. The practice is a registered Yellow Fever Centre. Some of the immunisations are not free. Please book an appointment with one of the nurses and complete a travel questionnaire on the day of your appointment. Ideally book at least six weeks before your planned departure.
Travel risk assessment form
We want to make sure that seeing a GP is accessible and convenient for everybody and have therefore added video consultations as an option for our patients. You will need to be signed up for online services in order to access video consultations. These appointments can be booked online or through reception.
We will invite you for an annual diabetes review. This consists of blood and urine tests, BP, weight and foot check. You will be assigned a diabetes GP who will contact you about the results and ongoing diabetes care.
Want to quit? Tried before and been unsuccessful? Come and speak to our smoking cessation advisors who are trained to support you to stop smoking successfully. They are up to date with all the medications that can help you quit.
We recognise that homeless patients find it difficult to register with a GP and access good healthcare. We work closely with local charities to ensure that patients can register easily and be seen the same day to address their health concerns promptly
Strains, sprains, muscle, joint pain or stiffness? Why not book to see our Physiotherapy Practitioner instead of the GP today?
Our experienced physio will conduct a thorough assessment, order any tests you may need and give you the very best advice on recovery.
Asthma and COPD clinic
It’s a good idea to have an annual review with lung function testing and we can make changes to your treatment if needed.
Weigh to Go This highly popular ten-week programme is for those who would like to lose weight and make healthy lifestyle changes. It runs on Wednesday evenings at 6pm.
Dietician The dietician visits monthly clinic to provide nutritional advice to adults and children with for a variety of conditions. Appointments are arranged after initial assessment with the GP or nurse.
Weekly walk Join us for a weekly walk, usually along the river. Anyone is welcome. Meet outside Kingston Health Centre 1.30pm for an hour of relaxation and fresh air.
Changes in medication and monitoring your response to treatment have traditionally been done by booking a face to face GP appointment. We recognise that this is not always convenient or necessary and so we have set up a number of ‘virtual’ clinics.
As part of these you will be able to email/ phone or skype the clinician managing your care to discuss blood results/ blood pressure etc. You will be actively monitored and contacted until your condition is stable and this is no longer needed.
Hypertension/ Blood pressure Using a blood pressure machine at home is reliable and effective. Patients can send us these readings and we can advise on whether any changes are needed.
Gout Achieving adequate reduction in uric acid levels can take time and whilst you’ll need to come in for blood tests discussion around results and medication changes can take place remotely.
We offer patients an annual health check with the GP (doctor). You can come on your own or with your carer. At the end of the appointment the doctor will give you a Health Action Plan. This will say what you, your carer and your doctors are going to do to help you stay healthy.
Have a look at the form below. It is a good idea to fill it in as best you can before your appointment. You can bring it with you or email it to us before your appointment. [email protected]
Pre Annual Health Check Questionnaire
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English not your first language? Please feel free to bring and friend or family member with you to interpret. However we know that this is not always possible or appropriate. If you would like us to arrange an interpreter for you please contact our reception team who will be happy to arrange one.
Veteran Friendly Practice
We are an Armed Forces veteran friendly accredited GP practice.
This means we have a dedicated doctor (Dr Richard Hughes) who has a specialist knowledge of service related health conditions and Veteran specific health services. This is important in helping Veterans to get the best care and treatment.
If you are a Veteran please let us know.
Flu vaccinations are still available at the practice, please call us / email us or contact us below to book an appointment.