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Travel Vaccinationsglobal air travel

You can book appointments with one of our practice nurses for travel advice and immunisations. Please book the appointment for at least 8 weeks before the date you are due to travel.

When you book an appointment for this service please drop a completed ‘Travel Advice’ form in to us for the nurse to review prior to seeing you – this form is available in reception or from Here.

CLICK HERE for more comprehensive travel advice

Strictly, this is not NHS work, but the practice provides the service free-of-charge, except for the cost of certain vaccines and medications: vaccinations provided free of charge include diphtheria, tetanus, polio, typhoid and Hepatitis A. Vaccinations that incur a charge (costs will vary) are Hepatitis B, rabies, Japanese encephalitis, Tick-borne encephalitis and the meningitis vaccination for the Hajj. Some anti-malarials are available over the counter at pharmacies; a private prescription is necessary for others, and there will be charge both at the practice and the pharmacy.

There are alternative providers available for private travel advice. 

Useful Websites: 
English Travel website, public and professionals
Public site for patients
Malaria advice for the public

Search for yellow fever vaccination centres near you

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