PLEASE NOTE AVAILABILITY OF VACCINES MAY BE AFFECTED BY NATIONAL SHORTAGES
Travel advice appointments can be booked with the nurses where they can give travel injections that are available free of charge on the NHS. Any additional vaccines will need to be sourced from a private travel clinic, this includes anti-malaria medication, if required.
If you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel, please contact the surgery and arrange a telephone appointment with one of the nurses. At this time, we will give advice on the vaccines that are recommended and arrange a face-to-face appointment to administer any vaccines. Further information can be found on the Travel Health Pro website: Travel Health Pro
It is important to make your initial appointment as early as possible - at least 6 weeks before you travel as some vaccinations need more than one dose in a course. Vaccinations should be completed at least 2 weeks before travelling to allow maximum protection.
Please note that if there are 2 weeks or less before you are due to travel then we cannot guarantee that we will have the availability to see you and you may be advised to visit a private travel clinic.