When travelling abroad it is essential to investigate the health risks associated with your trip. You should seek advice at least 8 weeks before you travel due to time frames needed between vaccines and your body developing an immune response to the vaccine to provide you with protection.
Our practice does not offer speciality travel clinics as this is not a part of standard NHS services. However, we do offer the NHS vaccines. The NHS covers the cost of these vaccines which are:
- Hepatitis A
- MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)
For travel vaccines other than those above, advice or malaria prophylactic medication you need to attend a specialist travel service, these services are private and therefore subject to charges.
How to Find out information relevant to your Travel
Visit the following websites for advice:
Travel Health Pro - click HERE
Fit For Travel - click HERE
Where to go for Non NHS travel vaccinations
Appointments can be made online through your chosen website or by visiting one of the local travel clinics.
If you have more complex travel requirements you could get advice from a private travel service, you will be charged a consultation fee but this is often reimbursed against the cost of injections. You will need to know what vaccines you have had already so ask our Receptionists to print out the immunisations that we have recorded for you.
Masta Tel: 0330 100 4200 or visit Masta Travel Health
The Globe Clinic, 26 Cattle Market Street, Norwich. NR1 3DY. Tel: 01603 667323 or visit Globe Travel
University of East Anglia Medical Centre, UEA, Earlham Road, Norwich. NR4 7TJ. Tel: 01603 251600 or visit UEA Medical Centre
Boots: Chapelfield Shopping Centre, Norwich. Tel: 01603 629208 or visit Boots Travel Health Services
Superdrug: 12 St Stephens Street, Norwich, NR1 3SA. Tel: 01603 762327 or visit Superdrug Travel Vaccinations
Other Useful Web Links
Some of the websites below may provide valuable information about travelling, your destination and how to keep safe
Fit for Travel
Foreign Travel Advice
Sun, UV and Cancer
Remember...If you require a list of the vaccinations we have recorded for you, please ask one of our Receptionists for a computer print-out
There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below:
Travelling in Europe
If you are travelling to Europe - then don't forget your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC), for more information about covering your healthcare whilst on holiday visit NHS Choices Health Care Abroad