See our separate section Travel Vaccination and Advice for more specific information related to travel.
Vaccinations for the Under 1's
- UK immunisation schedule
- Vaccination tips for parents
- What to expect after vaccinations
- Using paracetamol to prevent and treat fever after MenB vaccination
- How to take your baby's temperature
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Vaccinations for children over 1 year old, teenagers, adults, pregnant women and at risk groups of people
If your child has possible side-effects, including fever after vaccinations, for 24 hour emergency advice call 111. For non emergency advice go online at 111.nhs.uk or book an appointment with a GP at the Camden Hub out of hours service (Weekdays 6:30-8pm, weekends 8am-8pm)
Vaccinations given abroad
Immunisation schedules can vary between European countries and internationally. If you are unsure whether you/your child is fully protected according to the UK schedule please email a copy of your immunisation records to us for the attention of the practice nurse and book a follow up telephone appointment with the Practice Nurse allowing sufficient time for the records to be checked and recorded.
Vaccines which are not available/you are not eligible for on the NHS schedule, such as varicella (chickenpox) and hepatitis B, may be obtained locally at pharmacists offering vaccination services or travel clinics. There is a large availability of these in London. Please check with the individual provider for vaccine availability/costs
- Clinics & Services
- Test Results
- Blood Taking Services
- Cryotherapy & Verrucas
- e-Referral Service
- Electronic Prescription Service
- Flu Vaccination
- Pregnancy or Antenatal
- Private Fees
- Screening Services
- Summary Care Record
- Travel Vaccination
- Urgent Walk-In Wound Care Services
- Unplanned / Termination of Pregnancy
- Ear Wax Removal
- Palliative Care
- Sexual Health
- Mental Health & Wellbeing
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