The Practice holds travel vaccines clinics where our practice nurses can offer medical advice regarding travel and administer vaccinations where appropriate.
It is very important that you plan far enough ahead of your travel, and that you make an appointment for at least 8 weeks before your date of travel. Before you book your appointment you will need to fill out a travel risk assessment form which you can pick up from reception or download from our website, and return to the Practice once completed, at least one week before your appointment.
The practice is not able to offer travel vaccine support at short notice.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Yellow Fever and some other immunisations have to be done at a designated centre. We are unable to provide these vaccines at the Practice.
Vaccines which we can administer at the Practice include Hepatitis A, Typhoid, Tetanus, Diptheria and Polio.
Vaccines which we cannot administer at the Practice include Yellow Fever, Rabies, Meningitis, Japanese Encephalitis, Hepatitis B.
Information about countries and vaccinations required can be found on the links below:
Europe and Russia North America
Central America South America
Middle East Central Asia
East Asia Australasia and Pacific
To help us offer the appropriate advice:
Please print out and then complete the form below and hand it into reception. Once you have handed in your form please make an appointment with the Practice nurse for at least a week ahead to enable time for your form to be processed
Blank travel forms can also be collected from the reception desk.