WITH 7 TRAVEL CLINICS IN HERTFORDSHIRE
CITYDOC IS YOUR LOCAL LEADING PROVIDER OF TRAVEL VACCINATIONS
22 High St,
224 High St,
45 High Road,
24 High Street
84 High St,
Unit A, Ellis House,
364 St Albans Rd,
QUICK & EASY ONLINE BOOKING AT ONE OF CITYDOC’S HERTFORDSHIRE TRAVEL CLINICS
TRAVEL CLINIC FEES
|VACCINE||PRICE PER DOSE|
|Initial Vaccine Assessment||£10*|
|* A £10 consult fee is charged at the initial vaccine assessment.|
This fee does not apply to followup visits.
|Cholera||£32.50 per dose, 2 doses|
|Diphtheria, Tetanus and Polio||£40|
|Hepatitis A (Adult)||£60|
|Hepatitis B (Adult)||£60|
|Hepatitis A and B (Adult)||£85|
|Hepatitis A (Paeds)||£55|
|Japanese Encephalitis||£95 per dose, 2 doses|
|Measles Mumps Rubella||£50 - Limited stock - (Telephone Booking Only)|
|Rabies||£65 per dose, 3 doses|
|Tick Borne Encephalitis (adult/junior)||£65* per dose, 2 doses|
|Yellow Fever including certification||£65|
|Chickenpox||£70 per dose, 2 doses|
|Hepatitis B (Paeds)||£40|
|Hepatitis A and B (Paediatric)||£65 - select locations|
|Gardasil 9||£165 per dose, 3 doses - select|
locations - Telephone Booking Only
|Meningitis B||£130 per dose.|
Telephone Booking Only
|Whooping Cough Vaccine||£95. Telephone Booking Only|
|BCG Vaccine||£85. Central London. Telephone to Book|
|Shingles Vaccine||Currently Not Available|
* Not routinely stocked apart from Flagship Locations
Our Hertfordshire Service
CityDoc’s mission is to provide high quality healthcare clinics across Hertfordshire. Local services, with a standardised evidenced based approach to travel health . We utilise Travax ( an NHS resource specifically for health care professionals, which is regularly updated to take account of the latest disease outbreaks)
We are pleased to offer:
- Same Day Booking
- Expert Travel Consults
- Full range of vaccinations
- Anti-malarials dispensed on-site
- Full range of vaccinations including rarer jabs such as Japanese encephalitis.
CityDoc is one of the UK’s largest travel health networks, with over 150 locations and is a trusted organisation, having seen over 250, 000 clients since 2006. Your health care information, is securely held on our our online consultation software for future reference.
See our numerous vaccination pages for comprehensive reference material. Each page is designed in a set format to include – disease information, inclusion criteria, pregnancy/breast feeding considerations, side effects, interactions and common FAQs.
MOST COMMON RECOMMENDED VACCINES
After carrying our travel consultation, we will advise you of the recommended vaccines for your specific trip. We will divide our recommendations into those vaccines that are highly recommended and inoculations to consider.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED VACCINES
A viral infection,which can cause liver inflammation. Over 1.4 million symptomatic cases world wide each year. Spread is via oral/faecal route.
|Age range||Number of doses||Interval Between doses||Booster Requirement|
|From 1 year of age||2 doses||6-12 months||Booster required after 25 years for ongoing risk|
Typhoid fever , a bacterial illness spread through contaminated food/liquids. Highest incidence in countries with poor sanitation.
|Age range||Method of Administration||Number of doses|
|From 2 years of age||Intramuscular injection to the deltoid muscle||1 dose|
Tetanus is caused by the bacterium Clostridium tetani’s spores, which are found in soil and animal manure. Causes damage to the nervous system, leading to muscle spasm and occasionally respiratory failure as result for muscle weakness.
Polio is a viral illness which affects the spinal cord and central nervous system of infected individuals. Spread because of poor sanitation from person-person. Paralysis the most severe complication very rarely occurs occurs.
|Age range||Method of Administration||Number of doses||Booster Requirement|
|From 10 yrs of age||Intramuscular injection to the deltoid muscle||1 dose||Booster required every 10 yrs if travelling to developing countries|
SOMETIMES RECOMMENDED VACCINES
Hepatitis B is the leading cause of liver cancer world wide. It is a virus transmitted via blood and sexual contact. It can be easily prevented through a vaccination programme as outlined below, which then lasts for life.
The rabies vaccination is an inactivated vaccine containing dead virus. It cannot cause the disease in the vaccinated individual, but allows effective antibodies to form against the virus which can defend the body quickly if exposure to rabies virus occurs.
Vaccination prior to travel to be considered for anyone going to live in or who are travelling to high risk destinations. This is particularly important if their travel activities are likely to increase the risk of exposure, such as trekking or travel in rural areas. It should also be considered if travelling to countries or areas where post exposure medical care may not be accessible within 24 hours.
The rabies jab is particularly important for children going to live or stay for prolonged periods in high risk destinations, as they have an increased chance of being exposed and developing symptoms rapidly.
|Age range||Method of Administration||Number of Doses||Interval Between Doses|
|From Birth onwards|
|Intramuscular injection to the thigh or deltoid depending on age||3 doses||2nd dose given minimum 7 days after first and third dose given minimum 14 days after 2nd dose.|
|From Birth onwards|
(where insufficient time for standard)
|Intramuscular injection to the thigh or deltoid depending on age||3 doses||2nd dose given at least 3 days after first dose and 3rd dose given at least 4 days after 2nd. Followed by a 4th dose 12 months after dose 3.|
Travel Health – Book Online 24/7. Appointments Monday-Saturday.
Speciality Children’s Vaccines – Chickenpox vaccines, Group B Meningitis
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