Travel Clinic in London

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Get the right travel vaccinations and travel advice to ensure your trip is worry-free.

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Protect yourself from typhoid fever, a serious illness caused by contaminated food and water. Vaccination can prevent severe symptoms and complications.

Required For: Africa, Asia, and South America.

DTP (Diphtheria, Tetanus, Polio)

Ensure protection against three dangerous diseases: diphtheria, tetanus, and polio. This vaccination is crucial for avoiding life-threatening conditions and ensuring long-term health.

Required For: Africa, Asia, and parts of South America.

Hepatitis A

Safeguard your liver from hepatitis A, a virus transmitted through contaminated food and water. Vaccination prevents acute liver disease and severe illness.

Required For: Africa, Asia, Central and South America, and Eastern Europe.

Hepatitis B

Protect against hepatitis B, a viral infection that affects the liver and can cause chronic disease and liver cancer. Vaccination is essential for long-term health.

Required For: Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, and parts of South America.

Yellow Fever

Prevent yellow fever, a potentially deadly mosquito-borne disease. The vaccination is highly effective and often required for entry into certain countries.

Required For: Sub-Saharan Africa and South America.


Shield yourself from rabies, a fatal viral disease transmitted by animal bites. Vaccination is crucial for those travelling to high-risk areas or engaging in outdoor activities.

Required For: Africa, Asia, and Latin America.

Meningitis ACWY

Protect against meningococcal meningitis, a serious infection of the brain and spinal cord. Vaccination is vital for preventing outbreaks in high-risk regions.

Required For: Africa (the meningitis belt) and parts of Asia.


Guard against cholera, a severe bacterial infection causing acute diarrhoea. The vaccine is important for travellers to areas with poor sanitation and limited clean water.

Required For: Africa, Asia, and parts of the Caribbean.

MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)

Ensure immunity against measles, mumps, and rubella, which can cause serious health complications. Vaccination is key to preventing these highly contagious diseases.

Required For: Globally, but especially in regions with low vaccination coverage such as parts of Africa, Asia, and Eastern Europe.

Travelling can expose you to various health risks - without proper vaccinations, your trip could become a nightmare.

Contracting life-threatening diseases

Travelling without proper vaccinations poses a significant risk of contracting severe illnesses such as yellow fever, hepatitis A, typhoid, and Japanese encephalitis, which can result in serious or long-term health complications.

Medical emergencies abroad

Experiencing a medical emergency while travelling can lead to hospitalisation. This situation becomes particularly daunting when the healthcare system is under-resourced and the associated costs are high.

Spreading diseases globally

Remember the COVID-19 pandemic? Contracting a vaccine-preventable disease while travelling could unknowingly initiate an outbreak, contributing to global health crises.

Legal and travel restrictions

Certain countries, such as Kenya, require proof of vaccination, such as a yellow fever certificate, for entry. Failure to comply can result in being held at the airport, denied entry, quarantined, or even facing legal consequences.

Why Choose The Star Pharmacy Travel Clinic in London?

Star Pharmacy’s London travel clinic has provided quality patient care for over 70 years. Our vaccinations team learns more about your travels and provides the right advice to keep you safe while giving you and your family the travel jabs you and your family need to have the best time without worrying about getting infected or becoming unwell.

Ready to plan your next adventure? Book an appointment at our London travel clinic and meet our team of experts. Our convenient booking system lets you secure your spot in just a few clicks.

My saviors ! I was on holiday and suffering from a very strong travel sickness and they were so efficient by giving me a very good medication. Also, they kindly offered me a little space for taking care of my baby. If you are in London and need something, don’t hesitate to go to this pharmacy ! 🤗 …

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Planning Your Vaccinations At Our London Travel Clinic

Getting your vaccinations 4-6 weeks before your trip is recommended to ensure maximum effectiveness. When a vaccine is taken, your body needs the appropriate time to get used to and adapt to the vaccination.

That’s why sometimes, once you’ve taken a vaccine, you may experience headaches, nausea and more. Our travel clinic expert will provide you with the necessary information and guidance.

Things To Take And Keep You Safe on Holiday

First Aid

Antiseptic Cream

Travel Insurance

We do not supply travel insurance.

Prescribed Medication

Bug Spray/Mosquito Repellent

Hand Sanitiser

Allergy Tablets

Anti-Diarrhoea Tablets/Sachets

How To Get To Our London, Westminster Travel Clinic

St James's Park To Our London Travel Clinic

Star Pharmacy is a short 4-minute walk from St James’s Park station.

Our pharmacy is a 10 minute walk away from London Victoria.

Star Pharmacy is a 12 minute walk away from Wesminster station

From Pimlico station, we’re a 13 minute walk away

You've Got Questions About Your Travel Vaccinations, We've Got Answers

How do I find out what travel vaccines I’ve had?
  1. Check Medical Records: Your primary care physician or general practitioner should have records of all the vaccinations you have received. Contact their office and request your vaccination history.
  2. NHS App or Online Services: If you use the NHS App or have access to online GP services, you may be able to view your vaccination history there.
  3. Vaccination Booklet: If you have been keeping a personal vaccination record booklet, it will list all the vaccinations you’ve received.

It’s recommended to get travel vaccinations at least 4 to 6 weeks before you travel. This allows your body enough time to develop immunity and ensures that you complete any required vaccination courses.

Some travel vaccinations are provided for free by the NHS, including:

  1. Diphtheria, polio, and tetanus (combined booster)
  2. Typhoid
  3. Hepatitis A
  4. Cholera

However, other travel vaccinations, such as those for yellow fever, Japanese encephalitis, and rabies, are not typically covered by the NHS and will need to be paid for.

Star Pharmacy offers a private travel clinic for those who require vaccinations before they travel. These vaccinations are chargeable and you can discover the price of each vaccination here.

  1. NHS Services: Visit your GP to find out which travel vaccinations are available for free on the NHS.
  2. Local Clinics: Some NHS walk-in centres or travel clinics in London may offer free vaccinations. Check with local health services.
  3. Travel Health Clinics: While many travel clinics charge for their services, it’s worth checking if any offer certain vaccinations for free or at a reduced cost.

The duration of protection provided by travel vaccinations varies:

  1. Hepatitis A: Lasts at least 1 year with the first dose; a booster can extend this to 25 years or more.
  2. Typhoid: Typically lasts 3 years.
  3. Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Polio: Lasts about 10 years.
  4. Yellow Fever: Provides lifelong protection in most cases, though some countries may require a booster every 10 years.
  5. Cholera: Lasts 2 years.
  6. Rabies: Varies, but typically needs boosters if continued risk is present.

For additional vaccine information, please contact the Star Pharmacy travel clinic in London.