Whether you’re travelling to a far-flung corner of the world and need a Hepatitis B injection, or you’re struggling to get routine jabs, like MMR and BCG vaccinations, we’re here to help with great quality, speedy, convenient and same day vaccination clinics in Birmingham.

We have a complete range of travel vaccinations and routine child and adult immunisations, some of which are now not available on the NHS. You’ll be looked after by our team of doctors who will also be able to give you advice on your vaccinations and immunisations. 

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Common travel vaccines

We’ve all been there - you’ve bought the plane ticket, booked the hotel, but forgotten to book in for your vaccinations in advance. That’s why we have same day travel vaccinations clinic in Birmingham city centre where our doctors will both administer your travel vaccinations and give you advice on which travel injections you need.

If you’re planning on travelling to places like Thailand, India and African countries, you’ll need to get the right list of travel injections to stay protected. We have anti-malarial medication, cholera vaccines and more to keep you healthy on your holiday.

We’re here to help with advice and administration of:

•    Yellow Fever vaccines

•    Hepatitis A vaccine (HAV) and Hepatitis B vaccine (HBV)

•    Meningitis groups ACWY vaccines (for travellers)

•    Japanese encephalitis

•    Rabies vaccine

•    Rotavirus (a type of gastroenteritis) vaccine

•    Typhoid vaccine

•    Cholera vaccine

•    and many more


Routine vaccinations and immunisations

Keep your whole family protected against diseases like whooping cough, tuberculosis and polio through our vaccination clinic in Birmingham. We offer a full range of routine vaccinations, many of which aren’t available on the NHS.

All of our vaccinations and immunisations are administered by our expert and experienced doctors and consultants in our beautiful clinic here in Birmingham six days a week.

Our routine childhood vaccinations and immunisations help to protect against measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) and diphtheria, tetanus and polio (DTP) and more. We also offer immunisation boosters for teenagers and adults against the common diseases and bacterial infections like the 3-in-1 DTP booster and BCG vaccination. If your age or job means you’re at risk of flu and pneumonia, our vaccinations help to make sure nothing holds you back from doing everything you want to do.

If you’re over 60 and concerned about your health and being more susceptible to certain illnesses, we also offer vaccines for shingles, pneumonia and flu, to keep you protected.

We’re here to help with:

•    Chicken Pox vaccine

•    Tuberculosis (BCG vaccine)

•    Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR vaccine)

•    Diphtheria, Tetanus and Polio vaccines

•    Flu jabs

•    Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine

•    Meningitis Group C vaccine

•    Meningitis C and Haemophilus B vaccine

•    Whooping Cough vaccine

•    Pneumococcal vaccine

•    Shingles vaccine

•    Rotavirus vaccine

•    and many more


Chickenpox vaccinations

The chicken pox vaccine has been used routinely in the childhood immunisation programme in the United States since 1995 and is an effective prevention against chicken pox. It is given as two separate injections, usually into the upper arm, four to eight weeks apart.

The vaccine can be given to anyone more than 12 months old to prevent the development of Chickenpox in those who haven’t had it and can protect adults who work with children or in a healthcare setting who have never had chickenpox.

BCG vaccinations

We recommend children under six who have not previously had the BCG vaccine can have the BCG vaccine administered here at our beautiful Birmingham clinic by one of our highly trained GPs.

If the child is over the age of six years, they will need a Mantoux test before the vaccine can be administered. If this is negative and your child has not had the vaccine before then they can have the vaccine. If you are an Adult (up to the age of 35) looking to have the BCG vaccine in Birmingham and you do not have a visible BCG scar and are unsure if you are vaccinated, you will need to have a Mantoux test. Once the Mantoux shows up as negative, you can have the vaccine.

The Mantoux test

A risk assessment and scar verification needs to be carried out before the vaccine and, in most circumstances, a Mantoux test will need to be performed. The Mantoux test is the most popular method that screens for TB. It is normally performed prior to giving the BCG vaccination and having the test means you'll need two visits to our clinic to see the GP.

Essentially, part of the protein from the TB bacterium is injected under the skin of the forearm. It usually takes 48-72 hours for a reaction, the arm is then checked and your GP will go through the next steps with you and whether any further investigation is required.

HPV vaccinations

The HPV vaccine protects against several strains of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), which can cause cervical cancer in women, anal and penile cancer in men and genital warts and oral cancers in both sexes. Depending on your age, you will need two to three doses which are typically administered over three to six months. Please bear in mind a vaccination is not a substitute for routine cervical screening.

Hepatitis A vaccinations

If you've never had a Hepatitis A vaccine before, you will need two vaccines 6-12 months apart for lifelong immunity. If you have had it before – depending on how long ago then you may only need another single vaccine for lifelong immunity. Please call us on 0300 247 0121 for more information on our private vaccinations.

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Let us help you start living life better

Our vaccinations and immunisations can be performed within a £35 vaccination appointment. If you would like travel vaccination advice as well, we can give you the advice, and the injections as part of a £55 GP consultation.

For BCG vaccines and Yellow Fever injections, you will need to have a £55 GP consultation.

From the moment you book your vaccination appointment with us, we’ll look after you through the whole process.

1. To book in just call us on 0300 247 0121. You pay when you check out for your appointment

2. Once you’ve booked in, we’ll then text you a reminder of the time and date you should arrive and who you’ll be seeing

3. We’ll ask you to arrive a little early and you’ll be looked after by one of our brilliant team

4. If you are having a course of travel injections or routine vaccinations then we’ll book your next appointment when you check out

We hold ourselves to the very highest standards of confidentiality. Everything we talk about will be confidential.

If you'd like to book an appointment or make an enquiry, please give us a call on 0300 247 0121.