Travel Clinic

Wherever you are travelling, our Travel Clinic in Penkridge will ensure that you travel safely and are protected throughout your journey. We are also a yellow fever vaccination approved centre.

Why Is It Important To Be Vaccinated Before Travelling?

Travelling to a more exotic country exposes you to pathogens that might harm your body because of a lack of protection. This is what’s termed “immunity”, hence the term “immunisations”. Pathogens may cause diseases and infections like Hepatitis A or Typhoid which leads to illnesses. These illnesses can sometimes be severe and even fatal. By receiving a vaccination prior to your travelling, you will protect your body against them. This is vital because some illnesses are life-threatening.

How Do These Travel Vaccines Work?

Travel vaccines work in the same way, and a variety of them offer immunity against different types of diseases. We will inject you with a solution that copies the way the disease’s pathogen work. This triggers the stimulation of the immune system to generate antibodies that can combat the particular infection. Consequently, if you expose yourself to the virus or bacteria, your body’s fighting mechanism will fight it off before it harms you.

We recommend that you receive your vaccination at least 21 days before travelling to another country or other destination. It can be more days for other vaccines like the Rabies vaccine. This gives your body some time to generate all the antibodies required for optimum protection.

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The Bank of Wellbeing is protecting people in Penkridge and the surrounding region

We have vaccination experts who can administer all types of travel vaccinations and also prescribe antimalarial medication. Our Travel Clinic services in Penkridge also involve giving you thorough health information and advice before you travel to fully understand the involved risks. It includes malaria prevention as well.

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The Bank of Wellbeing Price List

Please note: Prices are per dose and not per course. Prices as of January 2024 but are subject to change*

Vaccine (cost is per dose not per course) Price Per Dose Doses Required



£30.00 x2
Dengue Fever


£100.00 x2
Diptheria, Tetanus and Polio (DTP)

(The primary course of diphtheria, tetanus and polio is
part of the standard UK childhood immunisation
programme. If you received the primary course you
may need a booster of 1 dose)


£32.00 x1
Hepatitis A

(For primary course excludes booster)


£59.00 x1
Hepatitis B


£49.00 x3
Hepatitis A & B


£77.00 x3
Japanese Encephalitis


£98.00 x2
Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR)

(Course may require TWO or more doses)


£45.00 x1
Meningitis ACWY


£55.00 x1



£62.00 x3
Tick Borne Encephalitis

(Two doses to be given before travel with an
optional third booster dose available 5-12
months after the second dose. Ask the
pharmacists for more information)


£65.00 x3


£35.00 x1
Yellow Fever

(You can request a yellow fever certificate replacement from us for £15.00)


£69.00 x1

Please note, a consultation fee of £15.00 may apply should you choose not to receive the vaccines or antimalarials recommended during your consultation.

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