Central Travel Clinic
Travel Vaccination Service

What We Offer

Travel Vaccinations

We offer a full range of travel vaccinations for all destinations. Our travel health professionals will let you know exactly what you need to stay safe on your trip abroad.

Designated Yellow Fever Centre

Central Travel Clinic is a designated yellow fever centre. We can provide you with an official yellow fever vaccination certificate to allow you entry to countries where vaccination is mandatory.

Lowest Price Guarantee

We aim to provide a competitive price for all our services. We offer a lowest price guarantee and will refund the difference if you find a lower priced comparable service. (see terms).

Last-Minute Bookings

Booked a last-minute holiday? We have you covered. We offer same-day bookings at our central London location.

About Us

travel clinic We offer a full range of travel health services at our central London Travel Clinic based at Med Express Pharmacy Liverpool Street (EC2M) and Pharmica Pharmacy Farringdon (EC1M). We provide support, advice and health services before, during and after your trip including: travel vaccinations, immunisations, medicine and injections. Book a free consultation with one of our travel health professionals today and ensure you have safest travel experience.

Recent Travel Alerts

Alert - Zika Virus in Montserrat


Public health officials have reported that mosquitoes in Montserrat are infected with Zika virus and are spreading it to people.

Alert - Zika Virus in The Bahamas


Local mosquito transmission of Zika virus infection (Zika) has been reported. Local mosquito transmission means that mosquitoes in the area are infected with Zika virus and are spreading it to people.

Alert - Zika Virus in Palau


Local transmission of Zika virus infection (Zika) has been reported. Local transmission means that mosquitoes in the area have been infected with Zika virus, spreading it to people.

Watch - Measles in Romania


A measles outbreak has been reported in Romania. CDC recommends that travelers to Romania protect themselves by making sure they are vaccinated against measles, particularly infants 6–11 months of age (1 dose of measles vaccine) and children 12 months of age or older (2 doses of measles vaccine). Clinicians should keep measles in mind when treating patients with fever and rash, especially if the patient has recently traveled internationally.

Watch - Chikungunya in Fiji


The Pacific Public Health Surveillance Network (PacNet) has reported local transmission of chikungunya in Fiji. Local transmission means that mosquitoes in the area have been infected with chikungunya and are spreading it to people.