Tel: 02920 388081
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Traveling outside the UK, you may need to be vaccinated against some of the serious diseases found in other parts of the world.
Vaccinations are available to protect you against many travel-related infections, such as yellow fever, typhoid and hepatitis A.
In the UK, the childhood vaccination programme protects you against a number of diseases such as tetanus, but it does not cover most of the infectious diseases that are found overseas.
Some countries require you to have an International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis (ICVP) before you enter.
Not all vaccinations are available free on the NHS, even if they're recommended for travel to a certain area.
Private travel vaccinations
You' will to have to pay for travel vaccinations against:
Yellow fever vaccines are only available from designated centres.
To find where to get a yellow fever vaccination. Please click HERE to find where to get a yellow fever vaccination.
There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below
It is important to make an appointment as early as possible - at least 6 weeks before you travel. An appointment will be required with the practice nurse to receive the vaccinations. These vaccines have to be ordered as they are not a stock vaccine.
You are required to complete the travel Travel Assessment form before your appointment.
After completing the form please contact the surgery to arrange your appointment with Practice nurse.
If the surgery is unable to offer you an appointment within this time then you will be asked to contact a travel clinic.
We offer the travel health service free of charge, but unfortunately the NHS does not cover the cost of all the treatments you may need. Therefore, for some services you may
need to pay.
Alternatively, you can visit a local private travel vaccination clinic.
Long-term illnesses are managed by the whole health care team.
Chronic disease refers to medical conditions that may have an ongoing impact on your health. In particular we use this term to refer to the following conditions:
Hypertension, Diabetes, Asthma, COPD, CKD (Chronic kidney disease),
Mental Health conditions such as schizophrenia or bipolar depression,
Ischaemic heart disease, Heart Failure, Stroke, mini-stroke (TIA), Rheumatoid , Arthritis, Osteoporosis, Thyroid disease, Atrial Fibrillation,
Peripheral arterial disease
We encourage our patients to take an active role in helping to manage their own conditions, but it is helpful to come for a review once a year.
We would like to ask for your help in this matter. By taking responsibility for your medical condition you can help ensure that you are having the best possible care.
This review process is important and we will not be able to continue prescribing repeat medications without it.
Patients can take a greater involvement in their own healthcare via the internet, in a similar way to shopping or banking online.
My Health Online gives patients the opportunity to book GP appointments order repeat prescriptions update their general details such as change of address all from the convenience of your own computer or device.
Contact the Surgery to get access Online.
Carers Week is an annual awareness campaign to celebrate and recognise the vital contribution made by the UK’s 6.5 million carers
Carers Week will take place from 10 - 16 June 2019
Details to follow
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