Please note: We are only able to provide travel vaccinations to our registered patients.
If you think you may require vaccinations for your up coming foreign travel, you will need to complete a Travel Questionnaire form.
Please red the following information carefully before filling in your questionnaire.
We are only able to provide the following vaccines free of charge:
- Hepatitis A
- DTP – Diphtheria, Tetanus & Polio in one vaccine.
Any other vaccines you need, such as Yellow Fever, will need to be sourced from a Travel clinic and you will be required to pay for those vaccines.
We will not provide information relation to the Covid-19 vaccination. It is your responsibility to check the entry requirements of the country you are travelling to and then source a Covid-19 vaccination appropriately. Current government foreign travel advice can be found here.
Any required vaccines need to be given as early as possible – ideally 6 weeks before you travel. These vaccines may have to be ordered as they are not a stock vaccine, it also gives the vaccination time to take effect. Most vaccines need to be given at least 2 weeks prior to departure, sometimes longer, depending on your length of stay and countries to be visited.
This means Travel Vaccination forms should be completed at least 8 weeks before your intended travel date.
We cannot guarantee availability of appointments or vaccines if you do not complete your request within the above timeframe.
Once you have completed the questionnaire it will be passed to a Nurse to determine what vaccines you need. If any vaccines are required for your travel we will contact you to book an appointment or direct you to a Travel Clinic.
Please allow 7 working days for your form to be processed, if you have not heard from us after this time then please call reception to check that your form has been processed.
Please complete the Travel Questionnaire Form in as much detail as possible to ensure we are able to offer the most appropriate advice.
There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below;
|Europe & Russia
|Australasia and Pacific