Travel Vaccinations

Please find below some advice on travel vaccines as well as the form to be filled in should you require travel vaccines.

Travel Advice

Travel Risk Assessment Form

Travel Health Pro (www. travelhealthpro.org.uk ) is the recognised NHS website offering extensive travel and vaccination advice for people travelling abroad.

 

If you are unaware of your vaccination status please do not hesitate to request this from our reception staff.

 

Should you require any of the NHS funded vaccines as outlined below, please book a 10 minute appointment with a Practice Nurse so that these can be administered but please note they will NOT be able to give any travel advice.

 

 

Diptheria, Tetanus, Polio (single vaccine)                  Combined Hep A & Typhoid   (where appropriate)  

Hepatitis A              (single vaccine)                                                                                               

Typhoid                     (single vaccine)                                     Cholera (single oral vaccine) 

 

 

Further , Travel Advice including additional ‘private’ vaccines can be obtained from the following Private Travel Clinics

 

Masta Travel Clinic 

Gatwick Airport

AddressRoom 1-3, Jubilee House, Furlong Way, Gatwick RH6 0JW

Phone0330 100 4174

 

Jenhams Travel Clinic

45 South St, Dorking RH4 2JX

Phone01306 884444​

                                                              

Sussex Travel          

(Based in Hove)                       

01273 749100   www.sussextravelclinic.com

 

If you require Yellow Fever only, this is available privately at Park Surgery. However, you will need to telephone Park Surgery on 0844 815 1511 to book your private appointment and be aware that a waiting time of up to 4 weeks should be expected.

 

 

 

Travel Health Pro (www. travelhealthpro.org.uk )

MALARIA ADVICE

If you feel you require further malaria advice , this should be sought through a Pharmacist who can advise whether or not ‘over the counter’ medication such as Chloroquine and Proguanil can be purchased direct from themselves.

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