If you are travelling abroad it is sensible to make provision well in advance of your expected date of travel, if possible a minimum of four to six weeks.
The Surgery can give full guidance on health matters relating to travel abroad and long haul flights.
Our practice nurses have up-to-date information and would be delighted to discuss your individual requirements.
The Surgery keeps a stock of travel forms that we ask you to complete for the nurse before your appointment. By assessing your itinery and using the latest medical global information she can plan the best advice on your personal travel requirement.
Please ask for a form at reception or alternatively you can download the form from here.
Please note that you will be charged for some of your holiday vaccinations.
2018: Please note there is currently a national shortage ofAdult Hepatitis B. Travellers should be aware due to very limited stock, priority will be given to patients who are clinically indicated to require the vaccine only.
You can save time by printing and completing our holiday travel questionnaire, please bring the form to your appointment.
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