Travel advice clinic

Make sure you plan your holidays and travel well in advance, as you may need a course of vaccinations and these can take some months to complete.

We provide a full range of travel health services including up-to-date information on vaccinations, anti-malarial treatments and IV travel kits.

Yellow fever vaccinations cannot be given with other vaccines and need a two week period clear before other vaccines can be given. We recommend that you make an appointment to see the practice nurse at least eight weeks prior to travel to discuss your trip and any vaccines needed. Please fill in a holiday form (available at reception or to download below) giving full details of your travel place. On receipt of this, the receptionists will make an appointment with the practice nurse you to have your vaccination programme.

We are a Registered Yellow Fever Centre

Download our form

You can now download and print off our travel advice form before making your appointment with our travel advice service. Please complete one form for each person requiring travel advice.

Click here to download the form

Make an Appointment - call 01420 562922

When you come to the travel consultations please bring with you any previous vaccination records and your travel itinerary so that your travel health needs are addressed appropriately.

Useful links

Reciprocal Health Agreements within the EC and applying for the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC)

The National Travel Health Network and Centre
promotes standards in travel medicine, providing travel health information for health professionals and the public.

Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Foreign travel advice

Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Foreign travel advice

Travel health advice

World Health Organisation