Phone our reception team to book your travel appointment with one of our nurses now.
Our nurses are able to provide a full travel advice and immunisation service. This includes vaccinations and certificates for Yellow Fever. They can also give advice on prevention of malaria and they will liaise with our doctors if you need a prescription for medication to reduce your chances of contracting malaria, while abroad.
If you have a trip booked, then please advise our receptionists that you would like to see a nurse for a travel appointment. You will be required to give them some basic information about your planned trip so that your advice and immunisations are appropriate for your trip.
It is sensible to book an appointment with a nurse well in advance of your planned trip as some of the immunisation programmes require several appointments over a prolonged period of time. You can make an appointment in any of our nursing slots, including our extended hours. Hence you can be seen from 7.30am on Wednesdays, or in our once a month Saturday morning sessions. Please note that there will be a charge for some of our travel services as they are not available on the NHS.
Please see the NHS Choices website for more information on travel vaccines:
Before travelling overseas, it is important to be aware of the possible health risks and how to prevent problems, or minimise the chances of them occurring. Most importantly, you should know:
Please look at the following websites, to read the information for the county you are visiting: