Services

Confused about which vaccination you need? We offer a complete travel advice for you holiday.Expert travel advice from our trained pharmacist.Traveling last minute, we can help you with a same day appointment.

Services

  • Free Travel Health Consultations.
  • Same Day Appointment*.
  • Yellow Fever vaccines and certification.
  • Extensive range of vaccines always in stock.
  • Anti-malarials dispensed on site.
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About Us

We have a fully trained and qualified team to advice you on you vaccination needs.

Travelling Aboard?

Last minute trip? Ideally you should start your travel vaccinations at least 6-8 weeks before you depart,to allow time to complete any course of vaccinations you may need.However we will vaccinate up to the last minute,though full protection cannot be guaranteed and the full course should be continued when you return.We have urgent daily appointments*.

Same day and saturday appointments*

We have a time slot that will suit your busy life.

Professional Consultation

  • Free Travel Health Consultations.
  • Yellow Fever vaccines and certification.
  • Extensive range of vaccines always in stock.
  • Anti-malarials dispensed on site.
  • Download the medical form here.
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Destination specific vaccination advice

We will do a full assesment on you , your medical history and destination.Then advice you to your vaccination requirments for your trip.

Competitive pricing

  • Discounted Essential Travel Vaccine Package.
  • 10% OFF All your holiday shopping from our pharmacy when you have your vaccinations with us.
  • Pricing

    We offer competative prices and offer the best value in the area.Download our full price list Download here.

    Yellow Fever

    £65.00

    FREE certificate with vaccination


    Hepatitis A

    £52.00

    Per dose

    In stock


    Hepatitis B

    £40.00

    Per dose

    In Stock


    OFFER

    10% OFF

    All your holiday shopping from our pharmacy when you have your vaccinations with us.


    Vaccinations

    Hepatitis A

    Hepatitis A is an infection of the liver caused by the hepatitis A virus. It is spread through contaminated water and food, especially shellfish or through person to person contact where personal hygiene is poor. Hepatitis A occurs worldwide, mostly in countries where sanitation is poor. It is now rare in Western Europe, Scandinavia, North America, Japan, New Zealand and Australia. Most cases imported into Britain have been contracted in the Indian sub-continent. The Illness The illness of all forms of hepatitis is similar. Symptoms include mild fever, gastro-intestinal upset, nausea/vomiting, diarrhoea and abdominal pain. Jaundice may also occur. Infection with hepatitis A results in lifelong immunity. Recommended vaccination Avaxim (Hep A) or Twinrix (Hep A & B) or Viatim ( Hep A & Typhoid)

    Typhoid

    Typhoid is an infectious disease caused by Salmonella typhi which causes severe symptoms in the digestive system. It can be life-threatening, but if treated early antibiotics are effective. The disease is transmitted from human to human via food or drinking water, and it is therefore mainly hygiene and sanitary conditions that determine its spread. It is primarily for this reason that it is mainly seen in areas with poor sanitation/living conditions. The Illness The incubation period is 10 to 20 days and depends on, among other things, how large a dose of bacteria has been taken in. In the mild disease, the bacterium is eliminated very early in the course of the disease and there are perhaps only mild symptoms. It is possible to become a healthy carrier of infection. A more serious case of typhoid may include high temperature, sweating, cough, headache, vomiting and constipation (diarrhoea in children). Recommended vaccination Typhim (Typhoid) or Viatim (Hep A and Typhoid)

    Hepatitis B

    Hepatitis B is an acute infection of the liver. It is usually spread through contaminated blood via sexual intercourse, needle sharing, blood transfusions and injections.The virus can also be passed from mother to baby. Tattooing, body piercing and acupunture are other ways in which the virus may be spread. Hepatitis B occurs worldwide. Areas where there there is a higher risk of exposure to hepatitis B include Eastern Europe, Russia, India, China, South and Central America, Africa, South East Asia and many south pacific islands. The Illness The illness of all forms of hepatitis is similar however infection with hepatitis B is more serious than hepatitis A. Symptoms include mild fever, gastro-intestinal upset, nausea/vomiting, diarrhoea and abdominal pain. Jaundice may also occur. The illness lasts for about six months. Occasionally, the virus can persist for more than six months in individuals who become chronically infected with hepatitis B. These individuals may be referred to as carriers. Up to a quarter of individuals who are carriers have progressive liver disease which can cause cirrhosis and cancers of the liver. Recommended vaccination Engerix B or HbvaxPRO

    Japanese Encephalitis

    It is a viral illness transmitted by mosquitoes. It can cause inflammation of the brain (encephalitis). It is found in most rural parts of Asian countries. The Illness It is a rare illness. Approximately 1 in 250 people became unwell after infection. Symptoms include high fever, convulsions, headache and neck stiffness. 1 in 300 people develop encephalitis. 20-30 % of severe cases are fatal. Recommended vaccination Ixiaro

    Meningococcal Meningitis

    Meningitis is an inflammation of the lining of the brain and spinal cord and can become very serious. Meningitis is often associated with septicaemia, otherwise known as blood poisoning, which can also be extremely serious. It is spreads through the air by coughing sneezing or with direct contact of the respiratory secretions of an infected person. Although most people recover from the disease, some are left deaf or blind, and in others it may prove fatal.?One of the biggest problems with meningitis is that it can develop very quickly. A child (or adult) can seem perfectly well and then, just a few hours later, be extremely ill with the disease. Another problem is that the symptoms can be difficult to distinguish from other, less serious infections. The Illness Cold hands and feet, fever, headache, abnormal skin colour, leg pains, aching muscles/joints, stomach pain, pupuric purple red rash (which does not disappear if pressed with a glass tumbler) Recommended vaccination ACWY Vax or Menveo. We provide a free certificate.

    Rabies

    Rabies is an acute viral infection that causes inflammation of the spinal cord and the brain (encephomyelitis). It is usually spread through an infected bite or scratch from a rabid animal, most commonly through a dog bite. In other parts of the world other animals such as bats, monkeys and cats are a source of potential exposure to the disease.Rabies is found in all continents of the world except Antarctica. There are more human cases of the disease in Asia, Africa and South and Latin America. The Illness The incubation period for the disease is usually between 3 to 12 weeks but may range from 4 days to 19 years in some cases. The virus causes headache, fever, general weakness and numbness or tingling around the wound site. The disease progresses to muscle spasms, hydrophobia (fear of water) and convulsions. Death is the usual outcome if infected with the rabies virus. There is no specific treatment available for rabies once symptoms develop. Recommendations for Travellers Pre-exposure treatment Vaccination is recommended for all travellers who will be living or travelling in endemic areas and who maybe exposed to rabies because of their travel activities i.e. trekking, working or living in rural areas. Some individuals may require vaccination based upon their occupation. Such occupations include bat handlers, those working in animal quarantine centres and certain HM revenue and customs officers. Post-exposure treatment It is imperative to seek medical attention as soon as possible if a bite or scratch is sustained in any rabies endemic area even if pre-travel vaccination has been given. Saliva should be thoroughly washed with soap and water for 10 mins and the wound irrigated with iodine solution or alcohol. This is very effective in removing virus from the bite site, providing it is prompt and thorough. Suturing of the wound site should be avoided and tetanus vaccination should be considered. Recommended vaccination Rabies Vax or Rabipur

    Yellow Fever

    Yellow fever is a serious viral infection, transmitted by mosquitoes in tropical regions. In mild cases the symptoms are similar to influenza, but serious cases develop a high temperature and may have a series of after effects, such as internal bleeding, kidney failure and meningitis. In the UK you can only obtain the yellow fever vaccination from a designated Yellow Fever Clinic like ours. The Illness The incubation period from infection to developing yellow fever is 3 to 16 days. Symptoms include: high fever, generalised symptoms like violent headache, muscular pain, upset stomach and loss of fluid. The fever dies down after three to four days and the general condition improves. However, in about 15 per cent of cases the fever returns within 24 hours various systems in the body are affected during this phase. Anaemia (lack of red blood cells) develops as well as liver inflammation, hepatitis and jaundice. The kidneys are also affected and bleeding from the mouth, nose and stomach may occur, which leads to blood in vomit and faeces. The majority of patients who experience bleeding die in a short space of time. Recommended vaccination Stamaril yellow fever

    Cholera

    Cholera is an acute diarrhoeal infection, caused by the bacteria Vibrio Cholerae. An estimated 1.3 million to 4 million causes of cholera occur per year with between 21,000 and 143,000 deaths.  Outbreaks can occur in any world region, but are more prevalent in regions where access to clean water and sanitation is not available.Cholera is transmitted by drinking contaminated water or eating food contaminated by faeces, such as shellfish. Person to person contact can occur where there is poor hygiene.Cholera is an easily treatable disease. The prompt administration of oral re-hydration salts to replace lost fluids nearly always results in cure in mild to moderate cases. In especially severe cases, intravenous administration of fluids and antibiotics  may be required to save the patient’s life.It is important to maintain food and water hygiene at all times while travelling, particularly so, if you are carrying out voluntary work or are in remote areas. The cholera vaccine is a safe and effective vaccine for those who are at increased risk of contracting this potentially life threatening illness.The cholera vaccine is an oral vaccine containing inactivated cholera bacteria.

    Tick Borne Encephalitis

    Tick borne encephalitis is a viral infection affecting the brain and spinal cord. It is found in Central, Northern and Eastern Europe, Russia, Northern China and Mongolia.Transmission occurs through the bite of an infected tick. Peak transmission is in early spring and summer, but can occur all year around. The ticks are found in forested and rural areas. The infection can also be acquired through drinking unpasteurised milk, especially goats milk.The incubation period for the disease is between 2-28 days. The symptoms and severity depend on the infecting strain. There are three strains; European, Far Eastern and Siberian.

    The symptoms of the European strain include-flu like illness with high fever. 30% develop signs and symptoms of meningitis and encephalitis with persisting neurological complications in 10-20%. The death rate from the European strain is around 1%.

    The Far Eastern strain gives a more severe and prolonged illness with a mortality rate ranging between 5-20%.There is no specific treatment against Tick borne encephalitis.There is a safe and effective vaccine against Tick borne encephalitis. Additional measures include wearing covered footwear and long trousers and checking regularly for ticks after carrying out any outdoor activities in forested areas, such as hiking, camping or fishing.The tick borne encephalitis vaccine is between 98-99% effective against the European strains and is also thought to be as effective against other strains. It is an inactivated vaccine containing dead virus

     

    Destinations

    Just a few of the most common destinations

    India

    Mystical and colourfull

    India have an excellent choice of sites to visit, and it also has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

    Kenya

    Safari & beautiful beaches

    From the clasical safari trips to beautiful beaches,busy city life and remote areas, there are plenty of places to visit and things to see

    Tanzania

    The largest country in africa.

    Tanzania is home to Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest mountain

    Vietnam

    Experience the wonders of Vietnamese culture

    You can head to the countryside for beaches, national parks, ancient ruins and an unspoilt glimpse of rural Vietnam

    Yellow Fever CentRE

    Registered Yellow Fever Centre

    Yellow Fever

    We always hold Vaccine in stock

    Yellow fever is only given at designated Yellow Fever Vaccination Centres (YFVCs).As one we always keep yellow fever vaccinations in stock.We will provide an official certificate, will all vaccinations. Yellow fever is a serious infection spread by mosquitoes. It's found in parts of Africa, South America, Central America and the Caribbean. .Yellow fever is an acute viral haemorrhagic disease transmitted by infected mosquitoes. The "yellow" in the name refers to the jaundice that affects some patients You need to have the vaccine at least 10 days before travelling to give it enough time to work. Your certificate will only be valid after this time.

    Symptoms

    The first symptoms of yellow fever usually develop three to six days after being infected.They include: a high temperature (fever) of 38C (100.4F) or above a headache, feeling sick or vomiting, muscle pain and backache , your eyes being sensitive to light. loss of appetite and feeling generally unwell Most people make a full recovery after three or four days. A few people go on to get more serious symptoms, such as: yellowing of the skin and eyes (jaundice). bleeding from the mouth, nose or eyes, vomiting blood or blood in poo. Up to half of those who get these symptoms die .

    Prevention

    Travellers should be aware of yellow fever risk areas and take care to avoid mosquito bites. Deet, if advised, should be used as instructed by the pharmacist.The vaccine provides lifelong protection, so you won't normally need a booster dose or a new certificate if you've been vaccinated before.

    Download

    You can download our medical forms and price list Download here.

    Price List

    We have a competative price list, offering the best value locally

    Download our full price list


    Medical Form

    Please complete and return this form to us.

    Download Medical form

    Please note we always need the medical form first, so our pharmacist can make a medical assesment for your vaccination needs, before an appointment is made


    SPECIAL OFFER

    10% off all your travel items

    We offer a 10% discount on all travel related purchases, made at the same time as your appointments

    Registered UK Yellow Fever CentRE

    We are fully registered with NaTHNac , NPA & GPHC

  • NOTE: British travellers should also ensure they have adequate protection from MEASLES, MUMPS and RUBELLA and TUBERCULOSIS, which are normally given as part of the childhood vaccination schedule.

     

    About Us

    About our service

    Welcome to Holiday travel clinic. We offer a complete vaccination and antimalarial service that is delivered from one of our private consulting rooms. Our service is available throughout the week, including Saturdays .

    Our travel clinic is regulated by the General Pharmaceutical and is registered with the National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNac). We are a designated Yellow Fever centre

    Do I need vaccination?

    Travel vaccination information can be found on the NHS fit for travel (http://www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk/destinations.aspx) public access website. This provides general information about the vaccinations that may be required. However, you should discuss your specific needs with ourselves as individual risk may depend on the duration of your visit, the nature of the planned activities, the time of the year and any medical conditions.

    Please attend 4-6weeks prior to travel to complete a course of vaccines. If you only require a booster, then 14 days is usually sufficient. For Yellow Fever, vaccination is required at least 10 days prior to travel.

    Who will I see?

    You will be seen by our lead pharmacist, Vipul Patel, who has up-to-date knowledge of travel medicine, disease processes and malaria prevention.

    What do I need to bring?

    Please bring any information about previous vaccinations with you and the details of your itinerary. If possible, please fill in our assessment form (link to PDF form) prior to arrival.

    What to expect on arrival?

    Our pharmacist will assess your itinerary, vaccination history, past and present health and recommend a vaccination schedule and antimalarial tablets where needed. General travel health advice is also provided to ensure you have a safe trip.

    Regulators

    Surrey PCC NHS England
    2nd Floor
    York House
    18-20 Massetts rd
    Horley, Surrey
    RH6 7DE
    An independent complaints advocacy service (ICAS) is available to provide advice and support for people who wish to complain about the NHS.
    Clarendon House
    9-11 Church Street
    Basingstoke
    Hampshire
    RG21 7QG
    Disabled Customers
    We have a disabled car place outside pharmacy and a ramp to enterance.

    Contact details

    Vibikas ltd, 12 walton st, Tadworth, KT20 7RT Reg 4646182, Tel 0844 288 0300 or 01737 813251

    When we are closed

    When this pharmacy is closed, health advice and information, including details of other local health services, is available around the clock from NHS direct. You can use:
    � NHS Direct online at www.nhs.uk
    � NHS Direct Interactive on digital satellite TV
    � The NHS Direct telephone service. Call 0845 4647.
    Walton Pharmacy reg 1123568

    12 Walton St
    Tadworth
    Surrey
    KT20 7RT
    Telephone 0844 288 0300
    OPENING HOURS
    Monday-Friday 9am to 6.3 Saturday 9am to 2pm

    Your Pharmacist:
    Mr V Patel MRPharmS reg 2032911

    This pharmacy is owned by:
    Vibikas ltd
    12 Walton St
    Tadworth
    KT20 7RT

    Terms


    Holiday Travel clinic and Walton Pharmacy has been trading on the internet since 2001.Is Fully registered with all UK pharmacy bodies such as The GPhC and is registered as an online pharmacy, offering prescriptions, medicines and thousands of other health & beauty products at low prices. Walton Pharmacy provides information only and is not a substitute for professional medical help. Walton Pharmacy recommends that you carefully read the information leaflets provided with your medication. You should always seek help from your doctor if you are currently being treated for any conditions and you should always inform your doctor and Pharmacist of any medication you are taking. If you feel that you require further help, please consult your local pharmacist or contact our online pharmacy team on 0844 288 0300 (Calls to this number are charged at 5p per minute plus your telephone provider's access charge).Please see our terms & conditions for more information,

     

    Contact

    Feel free to contact us for advice and appointments.