At the Business Medical Fife Travel Clinic we offer all standard travel vaccinations plus a few that are only available at specialist clinics – if required in relation to work.
Not all vaccines are the same, some consist of only a single dose prior to travelling while others require a short course to help ensure an adequate immune response.
Prices of our most commonly prescribed travel vaccinations are listed below:
|Vaccinations:||Unit Cost||Course cost|
|YF exemption or duplicate certificate||£15.00|
|Rabies intra-muscular||£80.00||×3 = £240|
|Hepatitis A + Typhoid (Hepatyrix)||£65.00|
|Hepatitis A + Hepatitis B adult (Twinrix)||£65.00|
|Hepatitis A + Hepatitis B child (Ambirix)||£60.00||×2 = £120|
|Hepatitis A (adult) (Avaxim)||£45.00|
|Hepatitis A (child) (Vaqta)||£35.00|
|Hepatitis B (adult) (Engerix B)||£39.00||×3 = £117|
|Hepatitis B (child) (Engerix B)||£35.00||×3 = £105|
|Japanese Encephalitis (Ixiaro)||£89.50||×2 = £179|
|Typhoid intra-muscular (Typherix)||£30.00|
|Typhoid oral (Vivotif)||£36.00|
|Meningococcal ACWY conjugated (Menveo)||£65.00|
|Meningococcal B (Bexsero)||£130.00|
|Tetanus, diphtheria + polio (Revaxis)||£30.00|
|Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis + polio||£40.00|
|Cholera/ETEC (oral) (Dukoral)||£60.00|
|Varicella (chickenpox)||£60.00||×2 = £120|
|HPV (Gardasil) 9 strains||£150.00||×2 or 3|
|Tick-borne Encephalitis (Adult)||£64.00||×3 = £192|
|ick-borne Encephalitis (Child)||£60.00||×3 = £180|
*This includes a booster at least 6 months after the first dose which extends the protection time against Hepatitis A to life-long.
Yellow Fever Vaccination
Business Medical Fife Travel Clinic is a registered yellow fever vaccination centre.
Rabies is one of the most important travel vaccinations to have before travelling. There are very few countries in the world that are free of rabies.
We prescribe and dispense all the following travel medicines:
The price and dose frequency of our various antimalarial tablets is outlined in the table below. We would advise you on the most appropriate options for your destination, timescale, medical history and budget during the consultation.
|Medication prescribed & dispensed:||Unit Cost|
|Ciprofloxacin 250mg x10 tabs||£10|
|Azithromycin 250mg x4 tabs||£12.50|
|Atovaquone/proguanil (Malarone) tabs each||£2.00|
|Atovaquone/proguanil Paediatric tabs each||£1|
|Mefloquine 250mg tabs each||£3.50|
|Doxycycline 100mg x50 tabs||£22.00|
|Doxycycline 100mg x8 tabs||£6|
|Chloroquine 250mg x20 tabs||£17.50|
|Proguanil 100mg x98tabs||£24|
|Riamet standby malaria treatment (24 tabs)||£42|
|Acetazolamide SR 250mg x30 tabs||£29|
Please note there is no extra prescription charge or dispensing fee for tablets we supply at the travel clinic.
If you would rather obtain your prescription from your own pharmacy, that is your right. We do in these cases however have to charge a modest prescription fee of £15.
Malaria is a medical emergency! If you suspect that you might have malaria and/or are acutely unwell you should contact your GP, Out of Hours Service or local A&E Department as soon as possible. Remember to mention that you have been travelling.
Travellers` Diarrhoea is the most common health problem encountered by international travellers. Depending mainly on the destination, travellers` diarrhoea may affect up to 80% of travellers with 20% confined to bed. As always, prevention is better than cure.
Most cases of travellers` diarrhoea will resolve by themselves given time, rest and adequate fluid replacement. However, a nasty bout can spoil a holiday or business trip. In 5 – 10% of cases it can also lead to post –infectious irritable bowel syndrome.