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.
English Travel website, public and professionals
Public site for patients
Malaria advice for the public
Search for yellow fever vaccination centres near you