Services & Fees: Vaccinations

All our vaccinations are given by a GP. During the vaccination appointment, you will have time to discuss any queries or concerns you may have, and the doctor will explain the pros and cons associated with a given vaccination, including any possible side effects. This appointment is free; you will only pay the fee for the vaccination.

The prices are per vaccine, not per course. The length of the course can vary depending on your age and clinical risk assessment. The doses listed below are for a typical healthy person.

  1. Hepatitis A: £50 (1 Dose)
  2. Hepatitis B: £70 (3 Doses)
  3. Hepatitis B: £50 Fast Schedule (4 Doses)
  4. Hepatitis A and B: £65 (3 Doses)
  5. Typhoid: £35 (1 Dose)
  6. Hep A and Typhoid: £75 (1 Dose)
  7. Meningitis ACWY: £60 (1 Dose)
  8. Diphtheria/Tetanus/Polio: £35 (1 Dose)
  9. Yellow Fever: £65 (1 Dose)
  10. Rabies: £65 (3 Doses)
  11. Japanese B Encephalitis: £115 (2 Doses)
  12. Flu Vaccine (Influenza): £15 (1 Dose)
  13. Nasal flu for children: £30 (1 Dose)
  14. Pertussis (Whooping cough): £50 (1 Dose)
  15. Pneumococcal (Pneumonia) £50 (1 Dose)
  16. MMR: £50 (2 Doses)
  17. Chickenpox: £65 (From age 12 months – 2 doses)
  18. Shingles (Zoster)-over 50s: £160 (1 Dose)
  19. Meningitis B: £140 (2 Doses)
  20. HPV (Gardasil 9): £160 (9-14 yrs old – 2 doses) (15-26 yrs old – 3 doses)
  21. Rotarix (2 Doses of Oral Liquid) £82.50
  22. Cholera (2 Doses of Oral Liquid) £45