The Travel Clinic and what it offers
If you are travelling abroad, you may require extra immunisations and injections. In order that we can organise to give you these, we need to know the full details of your travel plans. We therefore ask that you make a telephone appointment with one of the qualified Practice Nurses to discuss travel vaccinations and advice. Based on this discussion, the Nurse will then agree with you an appointment for you to attend one of the Surgeries to have whatever vaccinations are appropriate.
Please note that we need advance notice of your travel plans : if you telephone less than 4 weeks of your planned travel date, we may have to redirect you to another travel service.
A fee is payable for some vaccinations required for travel purposes. Details of these charges are available at the Surgery.
Links to External Sites:
Note: Rycroft Primary Care Centre is not responsible for the content of any of these websites, we also do not endorse them.
Holiday Travel Vaccinations
If you are travelling abroad it is sensible to make provision for any vaccinations well in advance of your expected date of travel, if possible a minimum of four weeks.
for information on what vaccines you may need.
Other 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.
111 is the NHS non-emergency number. It’s fast, easy and free. Call 111 and speak to a highly trained adviser, supported by healthcare professionals.
The NHS website. Take control of your health and wellbeing. Get medical advice, information about healthcare services and support for a healthy life.
Patient is one of the most trusted medical resources online, supplying evidence based information on a wide range of medical and health topics to patients and health professionals.