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London Travel Vaccination Clinics

Our Travel Clinics in London are conveniently located for people living and working in London. Oxford Street, London Bridge, Liverpool Street and Notting Hill. We are open early morning, lunchtime evening and weekends and provide all of the vaccinations that you need.

Notting Hill

5a Lucerne Mews
London
W8 4ED

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Oxford Street

36 Soho Square
London
W1D 3QY

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London Bridge

8 St Thomas Street
London
SE1 9RR

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Liverpool Street

2-8 Victoria Avenue
London
EC2M 4NS

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What vaccinations are available?

We provide essential travel vaccinations to keep you safe, no matter where in the world you’re going, including the top ten most popular inoculations. And we take pride in staying bang up to date with the latest travel warnings, advising you about which vaccinations will best suit your specific circumstances.

  1. Cholera – Common in Africa, Central America and Asia, cholera is an infection spread by bacteria in contaminated food and water.
  2. Hepatitis A – Contaminated faecal 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
  3. Hepatitis B – Unprotected sex is usually responsible for hepatitis A infection, along with sharing needles, visiting dirty tattoo parlours, unhygienic barbers shops and nail salons. It’s common in both undeveloped and developed countries
  4. Japanese Encephalitis – 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
  5. Tick-borne Encephalitis – A tick-borne virus found in eastern, northern and central Europe as well as eastern Russia, east Asia, China and Japan
  6. Malaria – A highly dangerous disease spread by infected mosquitoes, malaria is common in the equatorial tropics and subtropics
  7. Meningitis – 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
  8. Rabies – Infected animal and human bites and scratches spread this awful disease, which is particularly common in Thailand, Brazil and India
  9. Typhoid – Bacteria are responsible for this infection and it’s found throughout the world, a risk wherever sanitation and hygiene are poor
  10. Yellow Fever – 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

Got your own Questions?

Feel free to contact us whatever your travel vaccination questions or requirements.
You can trust us to tailor your inoculations to your personal circumstances so you’re properly protected.

Give Us a Call

If you have some questions about the vaccinations for your trip give us a call on
020 7112 5198 and we will talk it through with you.

Contact Support

Or if you prefer email, send your questions through to info@londonvaccinationclinic.co.uk and we will get you the information that you need.

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