About our Clinic

Prices for Vaccinations and Immunisations

Consultation Fee           £10

There is a basic administration charge for all travel advice given by the clinic nurse, although there is no cost if you are a registered patient at Bermuda, or Marlowe Practice.  We think that this is a very reasonable price for an appointment with an experienced travel nurse.

Full Vaccination and Immunisation Price List.

Most travel vaccinations required only for the purpose of travel are not covered on the NHS therefore a private fee is payable.

Seasonal Influenza Vaccine * £15.00
DTP Vaccine * (Diptheria, Tetanus and Polio) £30.00
MMR Vaccine * (Measles, Mumps and Rubella) £50.00
Polio Vaccine (as DTP Vaccine )* £30.00
Meningitis ACWY Vaccine * £70.00
Hepatitis A Vaccine (Single Injection) £45.00
Hepatitis B Vaccine (Course of 3 injections) £34 each
Hepatitis A & B combined £65.00
Tick-Borne Encephalitis Vaccine (Adult – Course of 3 injections) £65 each
Tick-Borne Encephalitis Vaccine (Child – Course of 3 injections) £65 each
Yellow Fever Vaccination & Certificate £65.00
Rabies Vaccine (Course of 3 Injections) £60 each
Japanese B Encephalitis Vaccine (Course of 2 Injections) £90 each
Typhoid Vaccination £32.00
Typhoid and Hepatitis A (Combined)                                                                   £77.00
Cholera Oral Vaccine (2 doses)  £60.00
Whooping Cough £35.00
Shingles  £170.00
Chicken Pox (Course of 2 Injections) £60 each
Meningitis B  (x2 or x3 doses)  £130each

Price List for Further Administration Costs.

A small charge is made for additional administration and paperwork, that maybe required from time to time, the price of any administration fee is kept to a minimum.

Any Letter                     £10

Private Prescription     £15

Contact us today to make an appointment

Our prices change from time to time depending on the suppliers we use to provide us with the vaccinations, an up to date price list can be obtained before your treatment from the nurse.

We can take payment on most credit cards or with cash payments.

Bermuda Practice.

Shakespeare Road.


RG24 9DT

Tel. 01256 354981

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