Nurse led children’s Vaccination service’s now right here in Canary Wharf, Friday afternoon from 2-5 pm.
I know that many of our patients have difficulty accessing the NHS services to provide vaccinations for their children, at a time that works for them. Some vaccinations such as chickenpox, meningitis B and Gardasil, for instance, are not routinely available on the NHS. The children’s clinic is run by Ms Lare Adebayo, our very experienced paediatric nurse from Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital.
If you know which vaccine your child needs, please email me at email@example.com, so I can check if the vaccine is in stock. If it isn’t and providing I am able to source it, we should be able to get it in within a week. We cannot guarantee supply as this is dependent on our suppliers having it.
For more complicated vaccination issues, children with allergies, vaccine schedule planning or vaccines that need to be given by Dr Cottrell, such as Yellow Fever, we require a planning appointment. During this consultation , we will go through what vaccinations your child has had and discuss any concerns or contra indications to vaccinations or allergies. These appointments can be booked with the nurse by calling the clinic.
The cost of a vaccine planning consultation with our nurse, is £65 per child and can be done face to face or over the phone. This cost doesn’t include the vaccination costs and is non-refundable, whether you decide to go ahead with the vaccines or not.
Once we have ascertained that it is safe to proceed with the vaccinations and have addressed any concerns that you might have, your child will be booked in with the nurse on a friday afternoon between 2-5pm, on a date that suits you. Ms Adebayo has over 10 years’ experience of working with children.
Unfortunately due to occasional supply issues we cannot guarantee we will have stock of all the vaccines listed and also please check prices beforehand by calling the clinic, as these can vary with very short notice due to supply issues. We appreciate your understanding.