Hepatitis A is a type of viral liver infection which is widespread in certain parts of the world, such as Africa, central and south America, the Far East and eastern Europe. Hepatitis A is transmitted through contaminated food and water.
Doses: 1 - 2
Cost: £90 per dose
Information: Hepatitis A is available to people over 16. Hepatitis A Junior is also available to children between 12 months and 16 years. One injection is required 4 to 6 weeks before you travel. Protection against Hepatitis A begins two weeks after the first dose of Hepatitis A vaccine. A booster dose is recommended 6 to 12 months after the primary dose. An initial vaccination plus booster dose is believed to give protection for over 10 years.
Cost: £120 per dose
Information: The Combined Hep A & B Adult Vaccine is not advised for those under 16 years of age. There is a Paediatric version available for those aged between 1 - 15 years of age.
If you are unsure which vaccines you require for an upcoming trip IGP provide a travel telephone consultation with a trained practice Nurse to advise on the vaccine requirements for your upcoming travel. During this appointment the Nurse will conduct a detailed assessment and create a schedule of your required vaccinations.
On booking your travel consultation you will receive an email confirming your appointment details with a link to a 'Travel Risk Assessment Form' that we ask you to completed prior to your appointment.
Time: 10 minutes
Cost: £30 (Discounted from the total cost of any future vaccines administered)
Please note that vaccine cost is the cost per dose to have the vaccine with a nurse and not a GP. There is an additional fee of £25 for the vaccine to be administered by a GP. The number of doses required indicates the number of doses for a standard course. An accelerated course can impact the number of doses required. It is strongly advised that you leave plenty of time to complete the course before your trip. Some vaccination courses, with more than one vaccine required, may take up to a month or longer and many vaccinations will not become fully effective until weeks after the course completion. The brand of vaccine we supply may also vary depending on the current supply status of a particular vaccine.
If you cancel your appointment 24 hours before it starts, then you will receive a full refund. However, If you cancel your appointment within the 24-hour period before the appointment is due, then you will be liable to pay the cost of the consultation. If you do need to reschedule please contact us as soon as possible.
We want to ensure that all of our patients receive the information they need to make an informed decision about their healthcare. If you have any questions or if you require assistance with anything, please let us know.