Instant and laboratory covid testing available at our clinics. Please call or book online for an appointment.
|Instant Covid Antibody test||£70||15 min|
|Laboratory Antibody test||£125||2 working days|
|Swab test||£149||4 working days|
Travelling abroad exposes you to a number of diseases which are far less common or non existent in the UK. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office currently advise that you seek specialist medical advice at least six weeks before you intend to travel to check what medication or other preventative measures you may need to help keep you safe overseas.
|Cholera Vaccine||2x £20||2||2 years|
|Hepatitis A Vaccine||£82||2||25 years|
|Typhoid & Hepatitis A Vaccine||£110||1||See individual vaccines|
|Hepatitis B Vaccine||£62||3||Life cover after a full 3 dose course|
|Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine||£105||2||1 year|
|Meningitis ACWY Vaccine||£90||1||5 years|
|MMR Vaccine (Measles, Mumps and Rubella)||£55||2||Life|
|Rabies Vaccine||£87||3||10 years|
|Tuberculosis Test (Mantoux)||£87||1||-|
|BCG Vaccine - Tuberculosis||£70||1||25 years - life|
|Tetanus, Diphtheria, Polio Combined Vaccine||£50||1||10 years|
|Tick-Borne Encephalitis Vaccine||£70||3||3 years|
|Typhoid Vaccine||£56||1||3 years|
|Yellow Fever Vaccine||£85||1||Life long|
|Influenza - Flu Vaccine||Price not found.||1||1 year|
|HPV Vaccine- Gardasil 9||£155||3||Life|
|Varicella Vaccine (Chickenpox)||£99||2||Life long|
|Whooping Cough Vaccine||£99||-||-|
|Meningitis B- Bexsero Vaccine||£155||2-4||Life long|
Many professions now ask for blood tests as a requirement of employment. We offer blood tests for Hepatitis B, C, HIV, MMR and Varicella antibodies. Please note: we only offer blood testing to children and adults aged 12 years and over. Please contact your local GP or hospital if your children require blood tests.
|Hepatitis B Antibody||£40|
|Hepatitis B Antigen||£40|
|Hepatitis C Antigen||£55|
|HIV 1 and 2||£55|
|MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)||£45|
|T-Spot- TB Blood Test||£140|
Malaria is spread through the bite of an infected mosquito. The mosquitoes that spread malaria are most active between dusk and dawn. Malaria is not present in the UK, however, every year approximately 1500 people catch malaria on a trip abroad. In 2017 six UK travellers died from malaria contracted abroad.