When travelling abroad, it is best to contact the surgery at least 6 weeks before your date of departure to complete a travel questionnaire and arrange an appointment with a practice nurse for a travel consultation. If you have not allowed 6 weeks before your travel date, the Practice may not be able to offer you an appointment or full course of vaccinations.
Most adults will have received routine adult immunisations. However, certain foreign travel exposes the traveller to different risks. The precise recommendations for travel vaccines vary from time to time and country to country.
The current recommended website for travel immunisation and malarial advice are the Nathnac and Sanofi websites. These websites have extensive country specific travel immunisation and malarial advice. Please visit these websites to find specific information regarding individual vaccines.
Our travel questionnaire is available either from reception or to download above.
When you attend for your appointment our practice nurse will advise you of the vaccines required and administer them accordingly. If a course of vaccines is required a further appointment will be booked.
Not all travel immunisations are available on the NHS. Therefore, depending on where you are travelling to, you may be required to pay for them in some instances. The Reception Staff can advise you on this. Please see our current Travel Vaccinations Pricelist.
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