Travel Clinic

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Our nurses are able to give advice on the injections and possible healthcare you may need. In addition to providing the usual vaccines we can supply travel packs for you to take on holiday with you. Please book your Travel Clinic appointments in the Treatment Room at least 4 – 6 weeks in advance.

Our Travel Clinic is held on:

Wednesday Afternoon 2:00 – 5:20pm

Friday Afternoon 2:00 – 5:20pm

or you may be seen at other times by request in the Treatment Room.

Diphtheria, hepatitis A, typhoid and yellow fever are just some diseases that you may need to be vaccinated against if you are travelling abroad. While rare in this country some holiday destinations are not so fortunate. Not all vaccinations are provided free of charge by the NHS and therefore it is always best to ask your Practice Nurse what you actually need. She will also be able to give you advice on how to protect yourself from malaria and other infectious diseases.

To book an appointment, please phone 01635 867171 and ask to be put through to the Treatment Room.

If you unsure what vaccinations you need? Please telephone the Treatment Room for further advice.

A useful guide to likely vaccination requirements can be found on the Foreign & Commonwealth Office website.

Please note: This service is available to non-registered patients at the discretion of the practice. However, if you are not registered with the Practice there may be a fee payable for some vaccinations that could be provided free of charge if given within your own practice.

Please make sure you read the General Travel Advice Leaflet. The content will help you to stay healthy on your trip.

Travel fees

View our Travel Fees leaflet