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Travel Vaccinations Clinic

Bring back memories, not diseases. Have you thought about what you need to protect yourself on your next holiday? Many countries have a risk of serious diseases that you may not be aware of before you travel. Whether it’s for work or pleasure it’s always worth checking. Our travel clinic offers a comprehensive range of essential travel vaccinations alongside a full suite of travel related services.

Why choose Elegant Travel Clinic?


Here to help

Preparing for a trip abroad can be stressful, and the to-dos can feel endless. We will help you by identifying and carrying out the vaccinations you need for the country you’re visiting, allowing you to tick that off your list.


Protect your family

We provide vaccinations for children and the elderly, so that you can relax in knowing that your whole family is protected ahead of your travels.


At your convenience

We are often available for same day or walk-in appointments, and we are competitive on vaccination and medication pricing. We are also able to offer discounts for large travel groups.


I was so pleased that I used the travel clinic at Elegant Aesthetics. I was able to chat through my requirements with the pharmacist and book in all of my jabs easily and have my malaria tablets dispensed at the same place. It was really straightforward. A great service! Thank you

Ian Jenkinson

Elegant travel

Travel Vaccinations Clinic FAQ's

The most common vaccinations include:

1. Cholera vaccination

Although this vaccine isn’t routinely needed, but it is recommended for air workers and people likely to have limited access to medical services – people working in refugee camps. Most of cholera cases were noted in regions with poor sanitation and water hygiene, including parts of:

  • sub-Saharan Africa

  • south and southeast Asia

  • the Middle East

  • Central America and the Caribbean

The vaccine is usually given as a drink in 2 separate doses, taken 1 to 6 weeks apart with the 2nd dose taken at least a week before you travel.

2. Hepatitis A vaccination

Hepatitis A is recommended if you are travelling to countries with poor sanitation and hygiene.

These places include:

  • sub-Saharan Africa

  • Asia

  • the Middle East

  • South and Central America

The vaccination against hepatitis A is usually given as a single initial injection, two weeks before you leave, with a second dose 6 to 12 months later. Two doses should protect you for at least 20 years.

3. Hepatitis B vaccination

Speak to us about having this medication if you are traveling to countries where Hepatitis B is common, including:

  • Africa

  • Asia

  • The Middle East

  • Southern and eastern Europe

You will need three injections. We advise you to start the injections 6 months before you travel. However, it is possible to have them over the course of three weeks before you travel. You may also be advised to combine this vaccine with Hepatitis A.

4. Japanese Encephalitis vaccination

Japanese encephalitis (JE) is a viral infection of the brain transmitted to humans by mosquitoes in parts of Asia and the Pacific Rim. Vaccination against Japanese encephalitis is usually recommended if you're planning a long stay (longer than a month) in a country where you could get the condition.

Consider having this vaccine if:

  • you're visiting country with a tropical climate

  • you're going to visit rural areas, such as rice fields or marshlands

  • you are planning on taking part in any activities such as cycling or camping

Vaccination against Japanese encephalitis usually consists of 2 injections, with the second dose given 28 days after the first.

5. Rabies Vaccinations

Rabies are usually transmitted to humans by a bike or a scratch from an infected animals, usually a dog. It is recommended to get this vaccination, if you are travelling to a country with many rabies cases, you are planning to stay there for a month or longer and you are unlikely to have access to medical care.

Rabies can be found in many parts of the world. GOV.UK provides a detailed list of countries that have rabies in domestic animals or wildlife. The list can be found here.

Vaccination involves a course of 3 injections before you travel, usually given over a period of 28 days.

6. Typhoid vaccine

Typhoid infection is acquired by the ingestion of food or water contaminated by the bacteria Salmonella Typhi or Salmonella Paratyphi.

High-risk areas include:

  • the Indian subcontinent (Bangladesh, Pakistan, India)

  • Africa

  • parts of south and southeast Asia

  • parts of South and Central America

  • parts of the Middle East

Ideally, the typhoid vaccine should be given at least 1 month before you travel, but it can be given closer to your travel date if necessary. If you are regular traveller, you should get a booster vaccination every 3 years.



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Shikha's Comment


A word from Shikha on Elegant Travel Clinic

As a fully qualified prescribing pharmacist, I am well versed in advising on and administering travel vaccinations. It would be my pleasure to help you safely equip yourself and your family ahead of your trip!

Shikha Banner

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