WITH 10 TRAVEL CLINICS IN KENT
CITYDOC IS YOUR LOCAL LEADING PROVIDER OF TRAVEL VACCINATIONS
37 Golf Rd,
141 Folkestone Road,
2 Hales Drive
4, Block 1,
12A Defiant Cl,
The Square, Lenham,
465 Canterbury St,
94 Calverley Rd,
31 Azalea Drive,
4 The Pantiles,
QUICK & EASY ONLINE BOOKING AT ONE OF CITYDOC’S KENT 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 - Subject to Availability|
|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|
|HPV Vaccine||£165 per dose, 3 doses|
|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
CityDoc’s aim is to provide our clients with standardised travel vaccine advice, at easily accessible local clinics, throughout Kent. We are Kent’s largest provider of travel health services
We are pleased to offer:
- Same Day Appointments
- Expert Travel Health Consultations
- Discounted Essential Travel Vaccination Packages
- Full range of vaccines always in stock
CityDoc was first established back in 2006, and we have seen over 250,000 clients since this time, across our nationwide network of private clinics. Your vaccine records are securely held online, and can be accessed from any of our locations. Our clinical staff are supported by a team of experienced general practitioners based in Harley street. They use Travax (an NHS resource specifically for health care professionals) in order to access the latest inoculation advice for your chosen destination.
Our advice is based on your exact destination, duration of your travel, activities to be undertaken, your age and any pre existing medical issues. We see clients of all ages, but please see the individual vaccines pages, as some vaccines are only suitable for certain age groups.
ESSENTIAL TRAVEL VACCINATIONS
After carrying our travel risk assessment, we will advise you of the appropriate vaccines for your specific itinerary. We will divide our recommendations into those jabs which are highly recommended and those which should be considered.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED VACCINES
A viral infection, which can cause inflammation of the liver. Generally those infected full recover, a tiny minority can develop acute live failure. Travellers are typically infected when they eat contaminated food/water.
|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 is a serious bacterial infection transmitted when travellers eat contaminated food or water. It is most commonly seen in developing countries with inadequate sanitation.
|Age range||Method of Administration||Number of doses|
|From 2 years of age||Intramuscular injection to the deltoid muscle||1 dose|
Tetanus is a serious infection caused by the bacterium Clostridium tetani’s spores, which are found in soil dust and animal faeces. These spores gain access to the body through abrasions and cuts leading to severe injury to the nervous system.Death can occur when the nervous supply to the muscles concerned with breathing are affected. Tetanus is found across the globe but certain countries are considered more high risk.
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. The virus itself is swallowed and transmitted to the blood stream. From the blood stream it gains access to the nervous system. Paralysis the most severe complication occurs in a small minority of those affected and many will improve greatly but some never recover.
|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|