Urgent Care Clinic Fees

Our Urgent Care Clinic offers a range of treatments including vaccinations, sexual health screening and minor procedures. A full list of the treatments we offer and their prices can be seen below.


Doctor consultation £120
Nurse consultation £65
Travel consultation £32


Ear syringing* £118
Removal of sutures From £37 Pending Assessment
Glue and steristrips From £23
Abscess drainage £57
Catheterisation £120
IV fluid administration £145

*Please note we do not perform ear syringing on children



Comprehensive blood test From £137
Blood profile (to determine an infection) £134
Pregnancy test £10
Urine dipstick £10
Urine mid-stream specimen £58
Swabs £58
Heart trace – ECG £68
Bladder scan £195





Consultation for vaccine* £65
Typhoid £39
Hepatitis A £70 (Paediatrics £57)
Hepatitis B £57 (Paediatrics £44)
Yellow Fever £87
BCG £75
Meningitis ACWY £87
Meningitis B £123
Rabies £81
Shingles £221
Pneumovax £124
MMR £63
Diphtheria, tetanus, polio £50
Gardasil £211
Chickenpox (varicella) £59

*For vaccinations there is a £65 nurse consultation charge in addition to the vaccine.

Sexual health screening

Basic £175
Comprehensive £275

Take-home items

Plaster casts and back slabs From £36
Air select walker boots (short) £120
Air select walker boots (long) £150
Crutches £30
Wrist Splint £18
Thumb Splint £12
Sling £15
Pack of takeaway dressings From £12


Repeat prescription £39
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Our Hospital is renowned for providing exemplary levels of care across more than 90 services. From orthopaedics, to urology, our private GP practice and Urgent Care Clinic, our services are led by some of London’s leading Consultants. For more information, and to find a service suitable for your care, find out more about the services that we offer.

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