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Travel Vaccinations

If you are require vaccinations for foreign travel, please complete the questionnaire below detailing the particulars of your trip. Most vaccinations need to be administered at least 4 weeks prior to departure, so the surgery will need receipt of these details a minimum of 8 weeks before you are due to travel. The questionnaire can be either completed and submitted on line using the link below, or you can a print the questionnaire and complete it by hand. For completion by hand, please either email it to or hand it in at reception.

Some travel vaccinations are provided to our registered patients under the NHS (free of charge), but many unfortunately do incur a fee. Please find below the surgery's private fee list which includes a travel vaccinations section. Please note that travel vaccinations can also be obtained from your local travel clinic. 

WVS Private Fee List 2019

Once we receive your travel details, a member of our administrative team will call you within 24 hours on the number provided to arrange a telephone consultation with the nurse. The nurse will review your travel itinerary and advise of the vaccinations recommended and associated fee. Payment must be received before any appointments can be booked. Please bear in mind that the vaccines are not stock items and will be need to be specially ordered in readiness for your appointment with the nurse to administer them.

PLEASE NOTE : A failure to attend appointments with the nurse will result in a forfeit of the full fee. 

Click the following link which gives excellent advice, detailing vaccinations recommended for the specific areas you are travelling to TRAVEL HEALTH PRO

Travel Health Questionnaire

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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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