18/11/17 – We have both children and adult hepatitis A vaccines in stock.
We also have the Hepatitis A + Typhoid combination vaccine (i.e. one injection) for 16 years of age and over.
We have hepatitis A+B combination vaccine but no single hepatitis B vaccine.
Travel Health & Vaccination Clinic
Off on your travels? Make our travel clinic your first destination
If you are planning to travel abroad, even in Europe (e.g. tick-borne encephalitis is now found in more than 20 European countries), it’s important to know:
Whether vaccinations are required or recommended based on the very latest information
If malaria is present in any areas of the countries you will visit and which antimalarials is best for this region
How to protect yourself from insect bites and take sensible precautions to reduce the risk of traveller’ diarrhoea
If you should be aware of other health risks where there are no travel vaccinations available
Book an appointment with our specially-trained travel health and immunisation pharmacist who will make sure you get the right personalised protection you need.
Please download the pre-travel questionnaire here or pick one up from the store and bring it with you to your appointment.
Please download the pre-immunisation (for non-travel related vaccines) questionnaire here or pick one up from the store and bring it with you to your appointment.
We do not charge any consultation fees, however should you attend an appointment and not require any medicines from us, a £20 consultation fee shall apply.
To book an appointment call: 020 7435 7075
We stock some of the main products of Lifesystems:
First Aid Kits.
We also stock Moskito Guard which is a DEET-free insect repellent, containing 20% picaridin recommended by WHO and Public Health England.
Infographics: Prevent Bug Bites
What to know before you go. Bugs can spread diseases.
Travelers to tropical and other destinations should take steps to prevent bug bites.
Protect yourself. Wearing insect repellent with at least 20% DEET protects against mosquito and tick bites.
Apply protection. When applying both sunscreen and insect repellent, apply sunscreen first, let it dry, then apply insect repellent.
Other ways to prevent bug bites:
Wear long sleeves and pants.
Use permethrin-treated gear and clothing.
Sleep in places that are air conditioned or screened against bugs.
Sleep under a bed net if sleeping area is exposed to the outdoors.
See a doctor if you get sick after traveling and tell the doctor you traveled
Food and Beverage Safety for the International Traveler: What’s Safer and What’s Not
Unclean food and water can cause travelers’ diarrhea and other diseases. Travelers to developing countries are especially at risk. In otherwise healthy adults, diarrhea is rarely serious or life-threatening, but if can certainly make for an unpleasant trip. Take steps to avoid diarrhea when you travel. Source: USA Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).