Sameday Doctor

Central London Clinic

14 Wimpole Street, W1G 9SX
020 7631 0090
Clinic open 7 days a week
Walk in Clinic & appointments:

  • Monday to Friday: 8.00 am - 7.00 pm
  • Saturday: 10.00 am - 4.00 pm
  • Sunday: 10.00 am - 2.00 pm

OPEN EVERY DAY. Same Day test results.

City of London Clinic

1 Love Lane, London, EC2V 7JN
020 7600 9304
Clinic open 6 days a week
Walk in Clinic & appointments:

  • Monday to Friday: 8.00 am - 7.00 pm
  • Saturday: 10.00 am - 2.00 pm

Same Day test results. Closed Saturday July 26th. Our Wimpole Street clinic is open 10-4. Sunday-our Wimpole Street clinic is open 10-2


Home STD tests

For prescriptions

Telephone and email advice

Our samedaydoctor Clinics

Yellow fever vaccine available.  Malarone tablets also available.

 Yellow Fever Prevention

Yellow Fever is a viral illness which can be contracted in parts of Africa and South America. There is no cure for the disease but it can be prevented through vaccination.

Countries affected by Yellow Fever require visitors to present a Yellow Fever vaccination certificate. Many countries which are not affected by the virus require visitors arriving from affected countries to also present a vaccination certificate. The private GPs at the travel clinics at samedaydoctor can administer Yellow Fever vaccinations and provide certificates.

While many people who catch Yellow Fever don’t experience symptoms much different to those of a flu, others who have caught the infection will experience a 'toxic phase', consisting of recurrent fever, jaundice, liver damage, abdominal pain, bleeding of the mouth and eyes and vomiting of blood. Around 20% of 'toxic phase' cases can be fatal, so it’s important to protect yourself from Yellow Fever before travelling to an endemic area.

Who should get vaccinated?

Children older than 9 months of age should receive the Yellow Fever vaccination. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should receive a Yellow Fever injection only if travel to an affected region is absolutely unavoidable.

Who should not get vaccinated?

People with diseases affecting the immune system, including HIV, should not be vaccinated against Yellow Fever. Individuals taking medication that affect the immune system, like steroids, and anyone suffering from cancer should not be administered the Yellow Fever vaccine. The private GPs at samedaydoctor will advise on whether the Yellow Fever vaccination is right for you.

Visit a samedaydoctor Travel Clinic

Visiting a walk-in travel clinic before travelling to a region affected by Yellow Fever is an essential step to preventing this avoidable illness. samedaydoctor offers the Yellow Fever injection as part of a travel vaccine package or on its own at one our travel clinics across the UK.

  1. 1
    STD/HIV Test Centres
    Instant HIV Test + STD Tests + Chlamydia
  2. 2
    Private Doctor Walk in Clinic
    MRI scans + Ultrasounds + ECG
  3. 3
    Vaccinations
    YF + Travel Vaccinations + TB + Malaria
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