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Travel Information

Please note that as there is a national shortage of Hepatitis A/B, Hep A, Rabies and typhoid. Unfortunately, we cannot offer you a full service at present. It might be advisable for you to seek advice elsewhere. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Travel Health & Vaccinations

Our nurses are trained to provide travel advice and vaccinations.

To help us offer the appropriate advice, please fill out and submit the travel assessment form using the link below. This should be at least six weeks and preferably eight weeks prior to travel.


Travel Assessment Form


Once you have submitted the form, please call the reception to make a 10 minute phone call appointment with a practice nurse, who will then call you. Please make sure you provide your day-time telephone number.


The nurse will advise you by phone which vaccinations or other health precautions you need. She will also book an appointment for you to have any necessary vaccinations and will advise you of the cost.


Following the telephone call, and in advance of your appointment the nurse will send you an email with links to travel advice which is relevant to your destination.



You can access the form at:



Travel Questionnaire 


Travel Vaccinations Costs


Some travel vaccines are ordered on a private prescription and these incur a charge over and above the normal prescription charge. This is because not all travel vaccinations are included in the services provided by the NHS. Please click on the link below to see our current charges.


Travel Vaccination Charges


Last Minute Travel


If you are travelling within the next 2 weeks we suggest you contact a private travel health clinic to ensure you get your vaccines in time for your trip, as this surgery is not resourced to offer last minute travel vaccination.


Malaria Travel Advice and Prophylaxis

Please click on the link for the list of pharmacies providing  a malaria service to adults.

Malaria Travel Advice - Pharmacies

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