We are able to arrange most vaccinations required for foreign travel. Please consult the practice sufficiently early.
We usually need at least six weeks prior to departure to allow an appropriate interval between vaccinations if needed, and ensure that you are offered appropriate advice.
Please note that, although most travel vaccinations are available from the surgery, some drugs such as for malaria prophylaxis have to be purchased by the patient from a pharmacist (some on a private prescription). Please note that not all vaccinations including drugs for prophylaxis of infections when travelling are not free of charge on the NHS.
For a list of up-to-date fees and a timetable for vaccinations:
Please ask reception for the current charges when you book your visit.
Our practice nurses will give advice where required.
You can save time by downloading and completing the holiday vaccination questionnaire
Useful websites (click to visit)
- a public access website provided by the NHS (Scotland). It gives travel health information for people travelling abroad from the UK
- the most comprehensive, up-to-date and accurate source of information on vaccines, disease and immunisation in the UK.
Private commercial services
Patients requiring travel immunisations at less than six weeks notice are advised to check with the surgery whether a short notice appointment is available but must be prepared to contact one of the organisations currently providing a private commercial service if we cannot meet your requirement in time:
Bristol Travel Clinic
MASTA Travel Clinic, 14 Overnhill Road, Staple Hill
Avon BS16 5DN
Tel: 0117 975 5500
Nomad Travel Clinic
43 Queens Drive, Clifton Bristol
Tel: 0117 922 6567
Lisson Grove Medical Centre
3 -5 Lisson Grove, Mutley
Devon PL4 7DL
Tel: 01752 205 556
Summary: We normally require six weeks notice for travel immunisations. If you are unable to give six weeks notice you may wish to check whether we have a short notice cancellation but should be prepared to arrange your immunisations through a private clinic if no appointment is available.
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