FAQ

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General

Who will I See?

You will be seen by a experienced travel nurse who has up to date knowledge of travel vaccines, disease processes and malaria prevention. We work with the Department of Health and World Health Organizations to  provide our patients with the most up to date information on travel health, specific to the planned destination.

 

What vaccinations do I need?

This varies from country to country and depends on your previous history and itinerary. Our specialist travel nurse will provide you with the most up to date information on travel health, specific to the planned destination. You can look to see our general guideline for recommended vaccines for each country in our Vaccination guideline.

 

What do I need to bring?

Bring the risk assessment form that you received on e-mail and any past vaccination history you have.

If you have chronic or complex health problems please bring a letter from your GP or Specialist with you in preparation for administration of  travel vaccinations or medication.

How much does it cost?

For a list of vaccination and malaria tablet prices follow this link: Vaccination and Malaria tablet prices.