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Travel Advice:calendar

The initial travel appointments can and should be pre-booked with the nursing team via reception, at least 6 weeks before your travel date. Please note you may not receive vaccinations at your initial appointment

Please print out, complete and return this form prior to your appointment.

Most common vaccines stocks are maintained at the surgeries such as Typhoid, Hep A and Hep B.

Other more unusual requirements like Rabies will be available via a private prescription and usually require a course of three injections.

All travel vaccinations should be completed at least two weeks before the travel date.

Please note that we no longer offer the Yellow Fever vaccination at this practice.

Travel Administration Charges:

See link below for the list of of vaccinations, medication and services that are not available on the NHS:

Travel Services and Admin Costs

Travel Advice Leaflet

Click here to download our practice travel advice leaflet

This leaflet contains general advice and information about a variety of aspects that should be considered when travelling abroad. It also contains links to external travel websites for more detailed information.

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