We generally need to be advised six weeks before you travel, so that we can put together individual health travel plans for you, which may include immunisations.
A travel form needs to be completed and returned to the surgery before your appointment with the practice nurse – this helps us to tailor your vaccinations and advice to your destination and nature of travel.
Most travel injections must be given at least two weeks before you travel for them to become effective.
Our travel clinics provide travel advice following a risk assessment to ensure you stay healthy while abroad as well as travel vaccinations. We offer up to date information on malaria and other contractible disease prevention. Please make an appointment with our clinic at least six weeks before your travel date.
A charge is made for some travel vaccinations and a tariff is available.
We are not a Yellow Fever Centre.
Useful Links: www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk
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