Hepatitis B: Unavailable worldwide.
Hepatitis A: In worldwide short supply and only available in limited quantities. We can't guarantee stock at the moment but we do have a few in the fridge.
Combined Hep A & B: No longer available
Combined Hep A & Typhoid: Not available at present.
Typhoid: In worldwide short supply but we have limited availability
Chickenpox: short supply. We're limited to ordering 4 vaccines per month by our supplier.
If this all sounds a bit ridiculous, rest assured we agree with you. Unfortunately, for each of these vaccines we may only have access to a single supplier so shopping around is not an option for us.
If you are planning a trip and think you may need vaccines, we suggest you phone us and book an appointment with one of our travel specialists.
Don't forget, most vaccines give 10 years of immunity so there's no point in waiting until the week before you fly.
Thanks, GBMC Travel Medicine Dept.
You can now be referred for testing if you are in one or more of the categories for priority testing and meet the testing criteria below.
If you are not in a priority group we cannot refer you for testing at this time........
As you will know, GPs can only refer patients for Covid19 tests who fit the current criteria for testing - meaning a fever plus either cough or shortness of breath, along with being in one of the at risk groups.
Since Monday 16th March, GPs can order a test for Covid-19 by electronic referral following a phone consultation with the patient..........
As we all know by now, we have seen the first cases of Covid-19 (Coronavirus) in Ireland over the past few days.
We have yet to receive confirmation of the delivery date for the 2019 'Flu vaccines but we hope to have them by end of September.
We will update once we know more...