Travel Clinic

Take simple steps to protect you and your family

We currently offer a travel health service and aim to provide travellers with advice for safe travel which may or may not include travel vaccinations.

In order to be seen for a travel consultation (including vaccination),

You MUST complete the travel health questionnaire (see below) in order to continue with your appointment.

Please make sure you make an appointment  for travel immunisations at least 4 weeks before travelling.

If you do not leave sufficient time for an appointment to be made you will be advised to go to an alternative private travel clinic.

We are a registered Yellow Fever Centre

Hepatitis A and B: NATIONWIDE SHORTAGE

There is currently a national shortage of both Hepatitis B and Hepatitis A vaccines. We have limited supplies of Hepatitis A vaccine but are not able to offer Hepatitis B vaccination to our patients at the current time. New stocks may not be available until the end of this year. We will keep you updated on this page.

Travel Health Questionnaire

Are you a registered patient at Kensington park Medical Centre?

  • Yes
  • No – You will be directed to the patient registration page

Non registered patients (e.g. visitors) can be seen privately for Immunisations – Please answer Yes to above and mention you are not registered when completing the form.

Vaccines available on the NHS

Most common travel vaccinations such as:

  • Tetanus/diphtheria/polio/typhoid/Hepatitis A

Non NHS vaccinations

Certain vaccines are not provided by the NHS and so there will be a private fee payable for these. These include the following:

  • Yellow fever, Hepatitis B, Meningitis ACWY (often given for travel to Mecca for the Hajj), Rabies, Japanese Encephalitis

Please contact reception for current prices

Anti-Malarial medication

This is not available on the NHS and you have to pay a private fee for these tablets.

We charge a private prescription fee for the anti-malarial medicine. You will then need to pay for the cost of the medicines themselves separately at the pharmacy.