GP’s do not deal with travel immunisations and antimalarial medication: You will need to see the Practice Nurse or Physician Associate.
Travel vaccinations and advice are available by appointment. Please tell the receptionist when you book the appointment that it is for travel advice/medication. Please send us a completed Travel Clinic Questionnaire when booking your appointment. It is important that we receive the completed form as soon as possible so that we can ensure we have sufficient stock of any vaccines you may require.
We have appointments available throughout the week. The surgery is a registered Yellow Fever Centre.
In order for you to receive maximum protection, we advise that you make an appointment to be seen 8 weeks before you travel. However, should your trip be sooner we will still be able to help, so please contact us as soon as possible.
There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below:
|Europe & Russia||North America|
|Central America||South America & Antartica|
|Middle East||Central Asia|
|East Asia||Australasia & Pacific|
Injections which are given free to registered patients are:
Please note, if you are not a registered patient at Swiss Cottage Surgery, there will be a charge for the above injections.
The following vaccinations are not free under NHS care, and are chargeable for all patients as follows:
|Adult Hepatitis B (course of 3 injections)||£35/injection|
|Paediatric Hepatitis B (course of 3 injections)||£32/injection|
|Yellow Fever (vaccine + certificate)||£60|
|Meningitis ACWY Conjugate (+ certificate)||£45|
|Rabies (course of 3 injections)||£55/injection|
|Japanese Encephalitis (course of2 injections)||£90/injection|
|Tick-Borne Encephalitis (course of 3 injections)||£55/injection|
|Yellow Fever Exemption certificate||£15|
|Private prescription for Malaria tablets||£15*|
|Private prescription for Antibiotics||£15*|
|Private prescription for other medication||£15*|
We accept payment by credit/debit card only.
*Please note, this charge is for the prescription only – there will be a fee payable for the medication at the pharmacy.