WITH 5 TRAVEL CLINICS IN SUFFOLK
CITYDOC IS YOUR LOCAL LEADING PROVIDER OF TRAVEL VACCINATIONS
The Guildhall Surgery (Abbey Pharmacy)
Lower Baxter Street
Bury St Edmunds
61 The Guineas,
6 North Street Parade,
Bury Saint Edmunds
QUICK & EASY ONLINE BOOKING AT ONE OF CITYDOC’S SUFFOLK TRAVEL CLINICS
TRAVEL CLINIC FEES
|VACCINE||PRICE PER DOSE|
|**FREE Consultation - if any purchase is made during the initial consultation|
|Diphtheria, Tetanus and Polio||£40|
|Hepatitis A (Adult)||£60|
|Hepatitis B (Adult)||£60|
|Hepatitis A and B (Adult)||£85|
|Hepatitis A (Paeds)||£55|
|Measles Mumps Rubella||£50|
|Tick Borne Encephalitis (adult/junior)||£65*|
|Yellow Fever including certification||£65|
|Hepatitis B (Paeds)||£40|
|Hepatitis A and B (Paediatric)||£65 - select locations|
* Not routinely stocked apart from Flagship Locations
Our Travel Health Service
CityDoc has seen over 250,000 clients since 2006. Our pre-travel consultations are with experienced staff who use Travax ( an NHS based resource for health professionals) to determine the most appropriate inoculations for your trip. Our competitive pricing and high street locations makes us your ideal first choice provider for all your vaccination needs. CityDoc is run by a team of travel health doctors based in Harley street, who provide support to our Nationwide network of clinical staff for more complex cases. We are able to see clients of all ages and can assess clients with challenging itineraries or significant health conditions.
Services provided at CityDoc Suffolk
Travel Health – Complete travel health service customised to your individual needs.
Speciality vaccines – MMR, Chickenpox
Private Blood tests – Hepatitis B and C, Chickenpox, MMR
Healthcare Worker – Occupational vaccinations including hepatitis B/MMR, immunity blood tests, BCG scar checks
OUR ESSENTIAL TRAVEL VACCINE PACKAGE
Please review our destination travel advice and feel to review the comprehensive inoculation information provided on the CityDoc website. Our vaccination page resources include common side effects, interactions with other vaccines, schedule/booster requirements and common vaccine ingredients and contraindications. We have formulated a discounted Essential Travel Vaccination package which includes hepatitis A, typhoid, diphtheria/tetanus/polio (suitable for adults), which are usually required for the majority of destinations in developing countries.
After taking a travel health history (includes destination plans, activities, duration of stay and any background chronic medical issues), we will advise which are our strongly recommended jabs and those that you should additionally consider for long term risk reduction.
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|