Travel Vaccine Schedules
Don’t travel abroad without ensuring you have had the right vaccines. Unlike other clinics , we do not charge any booking or consultation fees(Nomad £25, Citydoc £20)
Redwood Pharmacy provides easy access to expert travel advice. Our experienced team of pharmacists are trained to provide the latest information directly tailored to your individual travel needs.
|Name of Travel Vaccine
|Diphtheria Tetanus, Polio Vaccine
|Single dose if vaccinated as a child.
If never vaccinated 0,1 and 2 months
|Hepatitis A Vaccine
|2nd dose 6-12 months later will give 25 years immunity
|Yellow Fever Vaccine
Certificate valid for life.
|Hepatitis B vaccine
|0,7,21 days and 12 months
0,1,2, 12 months,
0,1, 6 months
|Single booster 5 years after primary immunization may be required for those at high risk or occupational risk
|0,7, 21/28 days or rapid schedule day 0, day 3, day 7 and 4th dose at 12 months
|Booster doses depend on risk. For travellers-1 year after completion of standard schedule.
For occupational or high risk-depends on antibody levels.
|2 doses at 0 and 1-6 weeks for adults and children over 6 years.
3 doses at day 0, 1-6 weeks and 3rd dose 1-6 weeks after 2nd dose for children 2-6 years.
|2 years for adults and children over 6 years
6 months for children 2-6 years
|Meningitis ACWY Vaccine
|Nimenrix or Menveo
(5 years Hajj)
|Japanese Encephalitis vaccine
|0, 28 days or rapid schedule 0, 7 days
|12-24 months depending on risk.
|Hepatitis A/B Combined Travel vaccine
0,7,21 days and 12 months
|Booster of Hepatitis B 5 years if at high risk.
Booster Hepatitis A at 6-12months lasts 25 years
|Typhoid/ Hepatitis A vaccine
|Booster of Hepatitis A 6-12 months
Typhoid 3 years
Standard Travel Vaccine Recommendations
Our recommended vaccines for the most common travel destinations outside of Europe includes Hepatitis A, Typhoid and Diphtheria, Tetanus and Polio (DTP) vaccines.
For travellers who are visiting the developing world on a regular basis or for prolonged periods of time, we would recommend considering hepatitis B vaccine.
Cholera is worth considering for travellers visiting rural areas of developing countries. The vaccine against cholera (Dukoral) also reduces the risk of the most common form of traveller’s diarrhoea caused by E coli. Dukoral is an oral vaccine given in two doses one week apart.