HPV Vaccination Service

For women & men. Helps protect against cervical cancer, genital warts & some other types of cancers


The HPV Vaccination Service is suitable for people aged between 16 & 45 years*. Available in selected pharmacies nationwide

About the HPV Vaccination Service


At Boots, we recognise that some people may wish to consider vaccination against HPV, either for themselves or their children, but that they're outside the inclusion criteria for the national HPV Vaccination programme.


The Boots HPV Vaccination Service is available privately for both men and women aged 16 to 44, subject to eligibility criteria*. The service is offered by specially trained Boots pharmacists in selected Boots pharmacies.

HOW IT WORKS

STEP 1

Have a HPV Vaccination Consultation

Complete your HPV Vaccination Consultation with your doctor.

You can complete this online if you wish, by clicking one of the links below**^

Online HPV Vaccination Doctor consultation with MyClinic**^†

†By clicking on either of the links above you will be leaving www.boots.ie and visiting a site that is operated and controlled by a third party. Boots is not responsible for the content provided by this third party and disclaims liability for any content, advice or services provided by the third party. Any information you provide to the third party site will be collected by that third party and not by Boots, and will be subject to that party’s privacy and security policies.

STEP 2

Book an appointment at Boots

Once you have completed the online consultation and if the vaccination is suitable for you, the prescription will be sent to a pharmacy of your choice. You will also be emailed a link to book an appointment in your chosen Boots pharmacy. 


If you already have a valid prescription that includes an administration instruction** please click here to book your appointment.

STEP 3

Get your vaccination at Boots*

Attend for your first vaccination at the designated time. Future appointments if required will be scheduled once you have received your first vaccination. 


Note: If you have a fever on the day of your appointment, you may be asked to return when you're better. 

How long will my appointment take?


The pharmacy consultation will take approximately 10 minutes. You'll need to stay in the pharmacy for around 15 minutes after your vaccination, just in case you have any immediate side effects.


To avail of the service, you’ll first need to complete your HPV Vaccination Consultation with your doctor. You can complete this online^ at MyClinic by clicking here. Once you've completed the consultation, you’ll need to book an appointment in your chosen Boots pharmacy and your prescription will be sent via Healthmail, ready for your appointment. You'll need to pay for your vaccinations, but not until you've attended your appointment.


Please note that HPV vaccination is not recommended routinely for all adults aged 27 through 45 years. If you are aged 27-44 it is recommended that you discuss with your doctor whether HPV vaccination may be of benefit to you. Please see the Frequently Asked Questions below for further information.


Price


The number of vaccinations that you need to complete the vaccination course will be decided by your doctor, this might be one, two or three doses. The price of each vaccination is €185.


What pharmacies are providing the HPV Vaccination Service? 


The service is available in the following pharmacies:


• Cork, Half Moon Street 

• Dublin, Blanchardstown Shopping Centre

• Dublin, Donnybrook

• Dublin, Grafton Street

• Dublin, Jervis Shopping Centre

• Dublin, Liffey Valley Shopping Centre

• Dublin, Omni Shopping Centre

• Donegal, Letterkenny Retail Park

• Galway, Shop Street

• Limerick, Childers Road 

• Louth, Dundalk

• Kildare, Maynooth

• Wicklow, Abbey Street

• Westmeath, Athlone Golden Island Shopping Centre

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*Subject to eligibility and availability. Selected stores only. Charges apply. Valid prescription required. 
**Administration of the HPV vaccine(s) as part of the HPV Vaccination Service requires doctor consultation and is subject to valid doctor prescription containing specific administration instruction as follows: “Administration required. Only to be administered by a pharmacist who holds all valid and necessary certification as approved by the Registrar of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland for the provision of vaccination services by a registered pharmacist. Administer in accordance with the Summary of Product Characteristics of the product being administered and the Immunisation Guidelines for Ireland, as published and updated by the National Immunisation Advisory Committee of the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland”.  Note: Most doctors in Ireland will prescribe a HPV vaccination, where indicated, following a consultation.  Most doctors will not include the administration instruction above as standard. Boots pharmacists can only administer the vaccine where the administration instruction above is included. 
^A separate charge applies for the doctor consultation.