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Travel Clinic

global air travel

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THERE IS CURRENTLY A WORLDWIDE SHORTAGE OF VACCINES FOR HEPATITIS A & B

We are now able to provide a comprehensive Travel Service to our patients and are a Certified Yellow Fever Centre

Yellow Fever Leaflet 

Please note it is advisable to make an enquiry at least 6-8 weeks before travelling.

What You Need To Do

1)  Complete a Travel Health questionnaire from reception  or alternatively download our application form.

EBMC Travel Form

2)  Obtain a printed copy of travel health requirements  for each country to be visited from one of the following dedicated websites:

- http://www.masta-travel-health.com/

  - http://www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk

3) Hand in your completed questionnaire form and travel advice pack from your chosen website to reception and  the practice nurse will assess your travel needs and the surgery will contact you to advise you.

It is important to obtain your travel advice pack and make an initial appointment as early as possible - at least 6 weeks before you travel.  Some of these vaccines may have to be ordered and therefore you may need a second appointment which needs to be at least 2 weeks before you travel to allow the vaccines to work. If your travel is booked at short notice or is unexpected and you are unable to give us a minimum of 4 weeks notice, we may be unable to offer you travel health advice.

Vaccinations

Japanese encephalitis
Rabies
Hepatitis B
Yellow Fever including certificate
Junior Hepatitis A*
Chickenpox
Tetanus*
Meningitis B
HPV (Gardasil & Cervarix)
Shingles

Typhoid*
Cholera
Hepatitis A*
Tick-bourne
Encephalitis
Meningitis ACWY
Diptheria*
Polio*
MMR*
Pneumovax


All vaccines marked * are free with the NHS. ALL others are chargeable - please ask for further information.

                                       



 
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