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Appointments

How to make an Appointment

  1. To make an appointment, please telephone 01793 787462 between 9am and 3pm, Monday – Friday to speak to one of our Secretarial staff.
     
  2. When you call, you will be asked for the number of adults and children that are travelling and that need to be seen so that we can allocate the appropriate length of appointment. As a guide, we usually arrange a 30 minute appointment for 1 adult, 40 minutes for 2 adults and up to 60 minutes for 2 adults plus children.
     
  3. We will ask you for a non-refundable consultation fee of £20.00 per person at the time of booking. Please have a debit/credit card ready when you call so that we can process this transaction. In addition, at your appointment, you will be charged for any vaccinations/malaria tablets you receive. A list of prices can be found in the ‘charges for’ section of this website.

Before you attend your Appointment

To ensure that we have all the relevant information relating to your travel plans we ask that you complete a Travel Health Questionnaire for each person.

Complete our travel questionnaire HERE. Please complete this at least 1 week before your appointment.

What to Expect At Your Appointment

At the initial appointment the nurse will go through your travel plans and decide with you what immunisations and medicines that you might need for your journey.

If your trip is complicated or you are going off the beaten track or doing something like backpacking, we may advise that you need additional immunisations to the usual expected holiday jabs.

If we can we will start any immunisations that you need at the first appointment but if the immunisation schedule requires it or you are not well on that day it may be necessary for you to come back for further appointment(s).

Even if you do not need any immunisations we will advise you on travel health, tailored for the type of trip you are making.


Travelling in Europe

If you are travelling to Europe the EU has published useful information for travellers on the European website.

 
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