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About Us

We are an NHS pharmacy in Hampstead, North London running under the same ownership for the last 40 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.  Please bring records of any past vaccinations, the personal child health record (Red Book) and the itinerary to your appointment, as appropriate. 

Home visit for vaccinations can be arranged; for details please email us at info@hhpharmacy.co.uk

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 in South End Road and South Hill Park but NOT in Heath Hurst Road.

We are closed on Sundays and bank holidays.

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Vaccination appointments count as an important medical reason to leave your home. The national immunisation programme is highly successful in reducing the incidence of serious and sometimes life-threatening diseases such as pneumococcal and meningococcal infections, whooping cough, diphtheria and measles. During this COVID-19 pandemic it is vitally important that vaccine uptake remains high to prevent a resurgence of these infections.

As long as you, your children, or anyone in your household does not have any symptoms, you should still go to your appointments.

www.gov.uk/government/publications/the-complete-routine-immunisation-schedule

Shared by www.hhpharmacy.co.ukDuring COVID-19 it's still vital to take your children to get their vaccinations to protect them from preventable diseases.

As long as you, your children, or anyone in your household does not have any symptoms, you should still go to your appointments.

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26 May 2020 – We have both pneumococcal vaccines (also known as pneumonia vaccine) in stock:

1)  PPV23 (a non-live vaccine); vaccination fee: £50 inclusive.

2) PCV13 (a non-live vaccine); vaccination fee: £100 inclusive.   

To book an appointment call us on 020 7435 7075

We cannot arrange appointments via email.  Currently, we only have appointments on Saturdays.

The stock / appointment is going to be allocated on first come first serve basis.

See the price guide page for more details about our vaccinations services

Our price list is also available to download here


 

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), Pneumonia Vaccines: PPV23 & PCV13, Single MeaslesWhooping cough (pertussis)

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

Our price list is also available to download here


  • Vaccinations are done at our clinic in London or at your home
  • To book an appointment in our clinic, please call us on 020 7435 7075
  • We are unable to book appointments for our vaccination clinic via email
  • For home visit enquiries, email info@hhpharmacy.co.uk
  • The vaccination home visit fee is £40 for London and £2.00 per mile from NW3 for outside London.  To arrange a home visit, please email info@hhpharmacy.co.uk
  • Please bring records of any past vaccinations, the personal child health record (Red Book) and the itinerary to your appointment.
  • Our telephone line is open Mon – Fri 9:00 to 18:30 & Sat: 9:00 to 17:30.
  • We are closed on Sundays and bank holidays.

Currently, measles outbreaks continues to be reported across the world.

Ensuring protection against measles:
• It should be confirmed that children AND adults have received 2 doses of a measles containing vaccine which is usually the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine; if unsure or no reliable history get vaccinated
• Doses of MMR vaccine given prior to 12 months of age should not be counted
• 2 doses of MMR vaccine should be given irrespective of history of measles, mumps or rubella infection and/or age
• Infants from 6 months of age travelling to measles endemic areas or to an area where there is a current outbreak should receive MMR.

If the measles containing vaccine is given to someone who turns out to be already immune either due to previous infection or previous vaccination, will it do any harm?

No. There are no ill effects from vaccinating such individuals as they will have pre existing immunity that inhibits replication of the vaccine viruses.

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.