Travel Clinics

Who is the clinic for?

The clinic is for anyone planning a holiday or trip outside of the United Kingdom.

What is the purpose of the clinic?

The clinic provides up to date information on immunisations and appropriate precautions to take whilst traveling abroad.

All travelers should be up to date with tetanus and polio immunisations (within the past 10 years) if you are traveling outside Western Europe and you may need other immunisations or anti-malarial.

If you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel please make an appointment in our travel clinic, if possible two or three months ahead of your trip. Please bring as much information with you. This should include the countries and areas within countries that you are visiting to determine what vaccinations are required. There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below.

What are the clinic opening times?

Information on clinic times can be obtained from:

The surgery reception on: 01865 872448

Who runs the clinic?

Our Practice nurses run the travel clinic.

Useful Links

Fit for Travel – an NHS site written at the Scottish Centre for Infection and Environmental Health

Department of Health (T6 booklet)

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Department of Health Advice on Travel Related Deep Vein Thrombosis

Medical Advice Services for Travelers Abroad

UK travel health - site developed by a nurse

British Airways - for information pre and during flights, fear of flying courses, fitness to fly regulations etc.

World Health Organisation

Centre for Disease Control - in Atlanta

Nomad Travelers Store

Safari Equipment

Homeway Medical

Lonely Planet's website

Tropical Medicine Bureau in Dublin

International Society of Travel Medicine

The Fleet Street Travel Clinic

Health Advice for the Diabetic traveller