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How do I know if I need vaccinations for travel?

You can visit the NHS fit for travel website for up-to-date information www.fitfortravel.nhs

The Foreign Office also provides useful advice www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice

How do I access the Travel Health Service?

If you think you might need vaccinations, please complete our Travel Questionnaire (also available from reception) and hand to reception for the nurse to review. We will then contact you to arrange an appropriate appointment with the nurse. Please bring any documents you may have about previous vaccinations with you when you come to see the nurse.

Please ensure you hand your travel form in at the earliest opportunity and at least 6-8 weeks before your departure date. We understand travel plans are sometimes made at the last minute but some vaccinations need to be administered as part of a course and often single dose vaccines take 2 weeks to become fully effective.

Please see our list of fees for vaccines which are not available under the NHS

Prices for Travel Health Services

Further information

 

Fit for Travel – www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk

National Travel Health Network and Centre – www.nathnac.org

Foreign and Commonwealth Office – www.fco.gov.uk

Travel Health – www.travelhealth.co.uk

The Travel Doctor UK – www.traveldoctor.co.uk

British Travel Health Association – www.bgtha.org

International Society of Travel Medicine – www.istm.org

Malaria Hotspots – www.malariahotspots.co.uk

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