Cervical cancer vaccine

Protection in 3 easy steps

Have a consultation with your pharmacist and receive your course of vaccinations.

Choose an appointment

Use our easy calendar to book an appointment that suits you.


Visit your local pharmacist for a consultation.


Receive your vaccinations provided by your pharmacist.

Should you have the cervical cancer vaccination?

Vaccination against HPV is the best way to prevent cervical cancer. You still need to attend your cervical screening even if you have been vaccinated. The HPV vaccination can also protect against the types of HPV which account for most cases of genital warts. The vaccine, Gardasil, can be given to both males and females aged 9-27.

It is a private service from your pharmacist but girls ages 12-18 may be eligible for this service on the NHS and boys aged 12-13 will be eligible starting in September 2019.

Find out your eligibility

Consult with a pharmacist

Receive first vaccination

Return for full course of doses

Make sure to attend cervical screenings

The HPV vaccine is the best way to prevent cervical cancer

"There is a national vaccination programme in schools against HPV which is shortly being extended to boys as well. If you have missed these vaccinations, it is still possible to obtain them privately through your pharmacist."

Dr Sarah Jarvis MBE

Register now for quick and easy online access to your local GP services.