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We offer a wide variety of private vaccinations (including travel vaccination and immunisations) at The Hove Practice. We are happy to follow British and International immunisation schedules for babies, children and adults.
Our Family practice physicians and nursing staff are able to provide vaccinations outside of the NHS schedule for those that wish.
The vaccination will be given by a doctor or nurse according to your wish following their review in our comfortable family practice setting.
When booking, please allow 48 hours to ensure sufficient time for your medical records to be prepared, and inform the reception staff if you would like to see the doctor about any other medical problems, to ensure sufficient time can be reserved.
Please note, we do not currently provide Yellow Fever vaccinations. Otherwise, if you don't see the vaccine you require listed below, please email us as we will often be able to request it from our supplier.
We are proud to have helped patients from all over the South East, including Brighton, London and beyond.
An essential part of the infant immunisation schedule.
An oral vaccine to prevent a common cause of childhood diarrhoea and dehydration.
Meningitis B is a severe disease to which babies and young people are particularly vulnerable.
This protects against a common bacterial cause of childhood infection infection including pneumonia, meningitis and sepsis.
Protection against Haemophilus Influenzae and Meningitis C
A major cause of childhood illness and harm, this live vaccine is offered to children and adults who may not have completed the course of two vaccinations previously.
A major advance in recent years, this vaccine protects against cervical, vulvar, vaginal, anal and head and neck cancer and is important for men and women alike. This vaccine protects against 9 strains of HPV and is licenced for people between the ages of 9 and 45 years.
Shingles is due to the reactivation of the chicken pox virus and, as anyone who has experienced it will tell you, best avoided.
Pneumovax protects against pneumococcal bacteria which can lead to pneumonia. It is for adults and has been found to be around 50-70% effective at preventing pneumococcal disease.
This vaccination is very popular with parents who are following international schedules and those who are keen to avoid their children catching Chicken Pox.
An increasingly common illness in Europe and recently identified in the UK, this vaccination helps protect against this debilitating illness.
Both vaccines are available as individual courses or combined as "Twinrix" for adults and children.
Please email us an enquiry and we will do our best to help you!