Who is the clinic for?
The clinic is for any of our patients who are 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 travelling abroad.
All travellers should be up to date with tetanus and polio immunisations (within the past 10 years) if you are travelling outside Western Europe. You may need other immunisations or anti-malarial tablets.
If you think that you will need vaccinations before you travel we ask that you try to book your appointment with the travel nurse well in advance of your departure date, at least 6 – 8 weeks before travel.
Morland House Surgery is only able to provide vaccinations that are available on the NHS. This includes Diphtheria, Tetanus and Polio, Hepatitis A and Typhoid.
Private vaccinations such as Hepatitis B, Rabies, Yellow Fever, Japanese Encephalitis and Tick Borne Encephalitis are only available at Private Travel Clinics and you will need to make your own arrangements if you think you need any of these vaccinations.
Please see Travel Health Information here.
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.
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