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Immunisation Booking and Charging Information

Oxford Private Medical Practice provides an immunisation service. Booking and charging procedures are as follows:

 

Who

How long

How much

National Immunisation Schedule

Nurse

15 Minutes

Vaccine fee only

Chickenpox

Hep B for children

Meningitis ACWY

Meningitis B

Nurse

15 Minutes

Vaccine fee only

Single MMR

Not given at this practice

Where you want to give your baby immuniations on a different schedule to  the National Immunisation Schedule

Doctor

30 minute consultation fee

£180 new patient

£150 existing patient

Advice about vaccines

Doctor

30 minute consultation fee

£180 new patient

£150 existing patient

If under 18’s would like a pediatric vaccination and have not had one before then they need a consultation

Doctor

30 minute consultation fee

£180 new patient

£150 existing patient

 

Immunisation Charges

All immunisation charges are shown per dose.

The required dosage depends on your individual circumstance. Your immunisation schedule and dosage can be discussed with your nurse during your appointment. 

If you would like to discuss immunisations or immunisation schedules prior to your vaccination please book an appointment with one of our nurses who will be happy to advise you.

Occupational Health & Travel Immunisations

 

  
Diphtheria, Tetanus & Polio £60
  
Hepatitis A Adult £85
  
Hepatitis A Paediatric £70
  
Hepatitis B Adult £60
  
Hepatitis B Paediatric £60
  
Hepatitis A & B Adult £90
  
Hepatitis A & B Paediatric £90
  

Other Immunisations

 
  
HPV - Gardasil £175
  
Chickenpox £110
  
Shingles £180
  
Influenza £40
  
Meningitis B £175
  
Meningitis C £90
  
Meningitis ACWY £95
  
Measles, Mumps & Rubella £60
  
Pneumococcal £110
  
Rotarix £95
  
Mantoux Test

£100

Whooping Cough (with Diphtheria and Tetanus, Boosterix)

 £90

Resources that we recommended for vaccine information and scheduling:

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