Hampshire Travel & Vaccination Clinic

HEPATITIS A UPDATE: The vaccine is currently available

We have recently received a small batch of 10 x Hepatitis A vaccines. To make an appointment with our travel nurse please see the contact details below.


HEPATITIS B UPDATE: The vaccine is currently unavailable.

We regret to announce there is a global shortage of the Hepatitis B Vaccine, and we therefore have not been able to order any in. When we have some in stock we will post an update. Thank you for your patience.




We offer a fast, flexible travel health service designed to meet your personal needs. Our clinic is open from Tuesday - Friday from 9am to 5pm and if you require an appointment, please call the team on

01243 388718 or click here to use our contact form.


Our travel clinic is accredited by the Care Quality Commission, and we are Yellow Fever Registered. We also provide the Meningitis B Vaccine.




Only £15

Drop in appointments or call the clinic on 01243 388 718 to book yours today.


Hepatitis A Information:

Hepatitis A vaccine shortage

During this shortage additional advice is available - see full article below



What's the risk for overseas travellers?

Hepatitis A is a viral liver disease for which vaccination is routinely offered to people planning to travel to parts of the world where hepatitis A is endemic. Although unpleasant, hepatitis A is not usually serious if contracted, with the majority making a full recovery in around two months.



However, illness may persist for several months and, in rare instances, it can cause life-threatening liver failure.

In areas of the world where hepatitis A is more common it is routinely contracted in childhood (under 6 years of age), when the symptoms may be so mild as to go unremarked, and such children will then go on to develop a lifelong immunity to further disease.



Estimated Hepatitis A prevalence worldwide [Source: U.S.CDC]


In areas of the world where hepatitis A is less common due to improved sanitation levels, the chances of contracting the disease as a child are lower, and thus the chances of acquiring immunity are much reduced.  For those who then travel as adults to higher risk areas their chance of catching the disease is increased.  For those over 50 years of age there is also increased risk of more serious fulminant hepatitis A infection.



Estimated adult susceptibility rate to Hepatitis A worldwide [Source: WHO]


This is why vaccination is provided for unprotected persons travelling from low risk to high risk areas, but at the time of writing there is an international shortage of hepatitis A vaccine, which has led to rationing and non-availability(see p.8 here).




One of the principal ways by which hepatitis A is caught is from drinking contaminated water.  To reduce the risk of infection an aquapure traveller will purify drinking water containing hepatitis A, as well as a broad spectrum of other waterborne viruses, bacteria, parasitic protozoa (cysts) and helminths (worms), and will also protect against heavy metals, pesticides and volatile organic compounds that can contaminate water sources.


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Address: Hampshire Travel Clinic, c/o Hampshire Health
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Did you know?

In 2012 more than 1400 travellers returning to the UK were diagnosed with malaria and tragically, two died.

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