WE ARE TAKING TELEPHONE MESSAGES FROM 2nd JULY AND WILL TRY OUR BEST TO HELP YOU. Unfortunately the office is temporarily closed due to pandemic regulations - check out our Facebook page too, AND listen to our telephone message.


NHS VACCINES (Hepatitis A, Typhoid, Dip/Tetanus/Polio) CAN BE AVAILABLE **FREE** on prescription 

Appointments are essential and can be made by telephoning (we can facilitate last minute travellers)

028 9250 1281.

Ideally you should make your appointment to see the Specialist Nurse at least 6 – 8 weeks prior to travel; please bear in mind that clinics can vary due to seasonal demand, therefore it is advisable to ensure you allow 1 – 2 weeks to get an appointment.


Malaria Medication
Malaria Medication is not available on the NHS.

During your risk assessment the Nurse will discuss the type/s of Malaria Medication recommended for the area/s you are travelling to and answer any questions, which will assist you in making your decision.

Malaria Medication is taken before travel, whilst in the risk area and for a period of time after travel – the length of time before and after is dependent upon the type of Malaria Medication you choose to take.


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