Travel Health & Registered Yellow Fever Centreglobal air travel

Anyone considering travelling abroad is reminded to look at the latest Foreign and Commonwealth Office travel advice, listed by country at  

Whether you're off on a package holiday to relax, trekking through the Amazon, on Safari in Africa or exploring the world, our fully qualified and experienced Travel Health nurses can give you expert advice on staying health and safe abroad. 

  • Registered Yellow Fever Centre
  • Full travel risk assessments and advice
  • Travel vaccinations 
  • Malaria prophylaxis
  • Free parking

Appointments are available throughout the week and you should aim to book your first appointment at least 8 weeks before you are due to travel.  

Travel consultations must be face-to-face in one of our dedicated travel clinics which are carried out by specialist travel nurses. 

We do not offer travel advice over the phone or via email. 

We see both registered and private patients in our travel clinics.  If you are private, then please ensure you bring a copy of your up-to-date immunisation history with you so the travel nurses can assess your history and immunise accordingly.  A credit/debit card will be required upon booking an appointment for private patients.

Your initial appointment will be for 30 minutes and the specialist nurse will run through a personal assessment of risks/needs, taking into account your length of stay, activities and any existing health problems.  This assessment will determine which vaccinations/medication you require.  

If you require any immunisations, the travel nurses will begin these at your first appointment unless there are specific reasons this may not be possible. 

Not all travel immunisations are free on the NHS.  Many travel costs are not covered by the NHS and we have to charge for these. Click on the Travel Vaccinations tab above for a breakdown of prices. 

Subsequent appointments are usually 15 minutes.

Phone us on 01603 251600 and speak to the receptionist about making an appointment!

If you would like some general information, click on a flag below for further information about countries and vaccinations;

Europe Europe & Russia North America North America
Central America Central America South America South America
Caribbean Caribbean Africa Africa
Middle East Middle East Central Asia Central Asia
East Asia East Asia Australasia Australasia and Pacific


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