London Vaccination Clinic Spaces
35 New Broad Street, London
8 St Thomas Street
239 Kensington High St
Hanover Square, London
The Engine Room Battersea Power Station, 18, Circus Rd S, London SW11 8BZ
MMR stands for Measles, Mumps, and Rubella.
Measles is a highly contagious viral infection characterised by a distinct rash, fever, and respiratory symptoms.
Mumps is a viral infection that primarily affects the salivary glands, causing swelling and pain, and is transmitted through respiratory droplets.
Rubella, also known as German measles, is a contagious viral infection characterised by a rash and fever, and it can cause serious complications if contracted by pregnant women.
The most effective way to minimize the risk of contracting measles, mumps, and rubella is to ensure vaccination with the MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccine, maintain good hygiene practices such as regular handwashing, and avoid close contact with individuals who are infected with these viruses.
Practice safe sex: Use barrier methods, like condoms, to reduce transmission during sexual activity.
Vaccination can be given to children and adults aged 9 months and over. Vaccination should not be given to pregnant women and women should avoid conceiving up to one month after the second dose. Those who are immunosuppressed due to medications or disease need to speak to one of our nurses prior to vaccination.
Vaccine name – Priorix
Property – A live vaccine given by injection into the deltoid muscle of your arm or into the deep subcutaneous fat in your upper arm.
Course – 2 doses a minimum of 4 weeks apart
Booster – None. Just a single course of two injections
Side effects – Mild pain, redness or swelling at the site of the injection. Sometimes rashes and flu like symptoms.
Special Certificate requirement – None
Special instructions- None
Because we specialise in vaccinations, we’re the ideal London Vaccination Clinic for locals and visitors alike.
£60 per dose – two doses required (min of 4 weeks apart for adults – for children please speak to one of our Nurses)
For most people vaccination provides lifelong protection and does not need to be repeated.
Our London Travel Clinics
All 5 of our centrally located travel clinics are convenient for people living and working in London. Liverpool Street, London Bridge, High St Kensington, Battersea and Mayfair. We are open early morning, lunchtime, evening and weekends and provide all of the vaccinations and medications that you need.