Travel Vaccinations 

From Friday 1st April 2022, the way you access travel vaccinations will change. Vaccinations previously delivered at GP practice will be the responsibility of NHS Lanarkshire. 

These vaccines are: 

  • Hepatitis A
  • Typhoid
  • Hepatitis A & Typhoid combined
  • Cholera
  • Revaxis (Polio/ Diphtheria/ Tetanus)

The consultation and vaccinations will continue to be free of charge for people who live in Lanarkshire, or who are registered with a Lanarkshire GP practice. For information on the travel vaccination service in other health boards, visit 

If you need any of the above vaccines for travel, you can now contact participating community pharmacies directly and staff will advise you of the process. 

Please make sure you know the vaccination requirements of the country you are travelling to, and allow for sufficient time to be vaccinated. You can check this at before arranging your appointment at a Pharmacy. Please note, this service does not include the Covid-19 vaccine. 

Some travellers may need vaccines and anti-malarials which are not provided free of charge through this NHS service. Pharmacies may provide this additional service, however there will be a charge for it. 

For details of local participating pharmacist, visit:

General travel health advice is available at: 

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