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About Us

We are an NHS pharmacy in Hampstead, North London running under the same ownership for the last 38 years.  For information about our team see here.

We provide full range of pharmacy services and a home visit osteopathy service.

We offer travel health consultations, vaccinations, anti-malarials and travel related retail items, as well as a wide range of non travel vaccination services (non-NHS).  

We are a Designated Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre

To book an appointment please call 020 7435 7075. Our telephone line is open Monday – Friday 9:00 to 18:30 & Saturday: 9:00 to 17:30.

Location: 35 South End Road, London, NW3 2PY.

We are based opposite the Hampstead Heath Overground Station. 

The nearest tube station: Belsize Park station, on the Northern Line, a ten minute walk.

Parking: On-street pay and display parking bays.

We are closed on Sundays and bank holidays.

Our Facebook Posts

5 misconceptions about Rabies:

1. Rabies is only transmitted by animal bites: FALSE.
2. A bite from an animal will be obvious: FALSE.
3. Animals will clearly appear rabid and unwell: FALSE.
4. The symptoms of a Rabies infection will appear shortly after a bite: FALSE.
5. You can only get vaccinated against Rabies after a bite: FALSE.

Read more about why rabies is still a concern, how travellers are at risk, and what you can do to be prepared: ➡️ www.iamat.org/blog/5-misconceptions-about-rabies/

The benefit of the pre-exposure vaccination is that after potential exposure to the Rabies virus, only 2 post-exposure vaccines are required and Human Rabies Immunoglobulin (HRIG) is not needed. This greatly simplifies post-exposure care, as unvaccinated travellers may need to be emergency evacuated or travel to another country to find HRIG and adequate post-exposure medical care. The need to seek vaccination promptly and the high cost of HRIG can easily derail a trip and lead to unexpected expenses.

Watch this short video to understand the risk of rabies when travelling abroad, how they can minimise risk and importantly, what action is needed if a potential exposure occurs, by Jane Chiodini the dean of the Faculty of Travel Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow: ➡️ www.youtube.com/watch?v=xj-d7l0EV28
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We offer all pre-travel vaccinations, related medicines and products via consultations on evenings Mon-Fri (17:30 to 18:30) and Saturdays (09:00 to 16:00).
To book an appointment please call 020 7435 7075
hhpharmacy.co.uk/travel-vaccination-clinic/

#travel #travelhealth #traveladvice #travelmedicine #travelvaccine #Rabies #yellowfeverThis short video aims to help travellers understand the risk of rabies when travelling abroad, how they can minimise risk and importantly, what action is nee...
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We have a limited supply of the new non-live shingles vaccine – For more information, please see our shingles vaccination page here.


Currently, our travel and vaccination clinic runs Mon-Fri (17:30 to 18:30) and Saturday (09:00 to 16:00) clinics.  

To book an appointment please call 020 7435 7075.


Non travel vaccination services – Please click on each vaccine for more information:

BCGChickenpoxHPV, Shingles (Including The New Non-live Vaccine)Meningitis B (MenB)Meningitis ACWY (MenACWY), Single MeaslesWhooping cough (pertussis)

See the price guide for our travel health consultations and vaccinations services here.


To book an appointment please call 020 7435 7075.
Our telephone line is open Monday – Friday 9:00 to 18:30 & Saturday: 9:00 to 17:30.
We are closed on Sundays and bank holidays.
We are unable to book appointments via email.

Your Best Shot – Shingles Vaccine

Shingles is a painful rash caused by the chickenpox virus. Around 1 in 3 people will get shingles in their lifetime. Vaccination is your best shot against shingles. Learn more: https://hhpharmacy.co.uk/shingles-vaccine/

Are vaccines safe? How do vaccines work? Why do some people claim there is a link between vaccines and autism?

This video looks at why some people are afraid of something that has saved so many lives, and look at the history and science of vaccines.