Private Vaccinations and Travel Clinic
Get the vaccinations you and your family need from our private clinics in Manchester, Liverpool and Newton-le-Willows. We have a full range of routine and travel vaccines for adults and children. We also offer non-NHS vaccinations including those needed by infants in the UK and for parents matching vaccines required by infants for the country of their birth/origin.
All of our clinics are able to offer most travel jabs too. Our Manchester clinic is also able to offer Yellow Fever vaccines being a registered Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre (NaTHNaC). This is ideal if you are travelling abroad, or working abroad in an area that requires immunisations including Yellow Fever or need malaria medication. As with any other type of disease, prevention is the best protection!
All of our privately administered vaccinations include a short appointment with a qualified medical professional such as a GP or Nurse. If you are unsure about what vaccines you need, ask our helpful customer service team, or you can book a one-off consultation with a private GP or Nurse who can provide specific advice about the recommendations for the country you are visiting.
Our clinics are open 6 days a week from Monday to Saturday. We have same and next day appointments available, including times inside and outside of school & working hours for that extra convenience of fitting in with your home life. It’s easy to book your private jabs with Pall Mall Medical whether for yourself, your family or your children.
What is the difference between vaccination and immunisation?
Vaccination is when a vaccine is administered (usually in the form of an injection into the body). Immunisation is what happens in your body after you have the vaccination. The vaccine stimulates your immune system to produce the antibodies it needs so that it can fight infections or viruses, and recognise disease and protect you from future infection (i.e. you become immune to the infection).
Travel Health Consultations & Malaria Tablet Advice
Pall Mall Medical now offer a full travel health consultation with a Nurse in Manchester City Centre, this covers:
- A detailed review of your medical history
- Risk assessment based on style and length of your trip
- Advice on preventative measures you can take to stay healthy
- Malaria tablet advice (plus prescription if needed); which ones to take, when to start/stop and how to take them
- Guidance on which medical kit you should travel with for peace of mind
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Frequently Asked Questions
Our clinic facilities in Liverpool, Manchester and Newton-Le-Willows are wheelchair friendly, with full disabled access; provide FREE wifi and access to hot/cold drinks.
There are a number of other vaccinations which may be recommended to pregnant women depending on their circumstances, such as travel vaccinations for countries which have a high risk of certain diseases. Speak to one of Pall Mall Medical’s experts if you are planning to travel to a high risk country while pregnant or planning to conceive.