Foreign travel advice and immunisations are provided by our Practice Nurse.
It is important when you are planning to travel abroad that you make an appointment 6 to 8 weeks before you travel.
Please complete the travel form below prior to your appointment. You can also download and print the form.
Please also check that you have enough of your regular medication for the duration of your trip.
The following travel immunisations are available for free on the NHS:
- Polio (given as a combined diphtheria/tetanus/polio jab)
- Hepatitis A
The following travel immunisations are not available on the NHS and have to be paid for:
- Hepatitis B (£30.00 per dose – course of four doses)
- Meningitis (40.00)
We do not provide the following travel immunisations:
- Japanese encephalitis
- Tick-borne encephalitis
- Tuberculosis (TB)
- Yellow Fever
Please note Yellow Fever vaccines are from designated centres only. A list of centres can be found here
You can find out which vaccinations are necessary or recommended for the areas you’ll be visiting on these websites:
Travel Clinic Fees
|Hepatitis B (If required solely for travel)||£30.00 per dose (course of four doses)|
|Prescription-only medication (e.g. antimalarials, altitude treatment)||£10.00Please note additional Pharmacist costs.|
|Insurance claim for travel cancellation||£50.00|
|Confirmation that you are fit to travel (including flying during pregnancy)||£40.00|
|Negative HIV certificate||£12.50|
|Freedom from Infection certificate||£12.50|
|Certificate that you need to take needles and syringes etc. in your hand luggage (though the list of your medications on the right side of your prescription is usually accepted – check with the airline)||£15.00|