Vaccination Clinic


Our vaccination clinic can provide a number of vaccines.
We can check your funding eligibility and check vaccination history to see if there are any gaps in the record.
For travel vaccinations please contact your GP.

  • MMR

    This vaccine protects against Measles, Mumps, and Rubella.
    Measles is one of the most infectious diseases in humans and is now the third most common vaccine-preventable cause of death among children throughout the world.

    This vaccine is currently available to anyone who doesn't have 2 confirmed doses on their record.

    A course of MMR consists of 2 doses spaced 4 weeks apart.

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  • Boostrix

    This vaccine provides protection against Tetanus, Whooping Cough, and Diphtheria.

    Recommended at ages 45 and 65 or if it has been 10 years since your previous dose.

    Highly recommended for pregnant women after the first 16 weeks of each pregnancy.

    A primary course consists of 3 doses spaced 4 weeks apart.

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  • Flu

    Subject to availability, please call to check stock level.

    Funded for Children aged 12 and under.
    Adults over 65.
    Pregnant women.

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  • Meningitis

    Meningitis is potentially fatal within 24 hours and requires urgent medical attention. 10-20% of people will die from it even with early identification and treatment, and about 20% of those that survive are left with long term health consequences.


    There are 2 Meningitis vaccines available and you need both to be fully covered.
    Bexsero protects against the B strain and requires 2 does spaced 8 weeks apart.
    MenQuadfi protects against the A, C, W, Y strains and is a single dose vaccine.

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  • HPV

    This helps protect against the various strains of Human papillomaviruses, a group of viruses that can lead to a range of cancers including cervical and prostate.

    This vaccine is funded between the ages of 9-26 inclusive. The course consists of 2 doses 5 months apart, or 3 doses 2 months, then 4 months apart depending on your age.

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  • Shingles

    Shingles is caused by the same virus that causes chickenpox. After becoming infected with chickenpox it lies dormant and can re-emerge as Shingles.
    Shingles is very painful and presents as a painful, blistering rash that follows a nerve path.

    The vaccine is recommended for anyone over the age of 50 but is only funded for those in their 65th year.

    It consists of 2 doses spaced 2-6 months apart.

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