If you are going overseas on holiday or business be sure to check on vaccination requirements. Our team of nurses are available to advise when these should be done. If you are travelling abroad you will need to start thinking about your travel vaccinations 4-6 weeks before you’re due to leave as some vaccinations can take time to become effective.
Please visit Fit for Travel website for more useful information. Some travel vaccinations are not provided by the NHS and are subject to private fees – please check with the nurse prior to travel to find out which vaccinations are required and the cost.
Before travelling overseas, it is important to be aware of the possible health risks and how to prevent problems, or minimise the chances of them occurring. Most importantly, you should know:
- whether there are any specific health risks in the country you are travelling to for which you need to take precautions – for example, malaria
- how to avoid becoming ill when you are abroad
- what to do if you do become ill when you are abroad
- how to get emergency medical treatment when you are abroad
Please fill in this Travel Vaccination Document and bring with you to your appointment.
- Travel Illnesses and Vaccinations – NHS Choices
- Fit for Travel
- Travel Health
- FCO Travel Advice
PLEASE NOTE: We are no longer a provider of Yellow Fever, you will need to visit a registered Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre.