How does it work?
 
All of our customers can expect to receive a full risk assessment consultation, followed by the provision of a personalised travel health brief and then receive the vaccinations or anti-malarials themselves.
 
Travellers will need to book a face to face consultation, and receive their risk assessment followed  by a second visit to receive vaccinations.
 
Whilst many customers still prefer to receive a face to face consultation in clinic, we also cater for customers who prefer to talk through their requirements from the comfort of their home or office, before receiving their vaccinations or anti-malarials in clinic afterwards.
 
Irrespective of how or where our customers receive their initial consultation, our travel clinics is a registered yellow fever centre
 
We are also able to offer last minute, Saturday and evening appointments.
 
Our clinical team constantly monitor disease situations and outbreaks across the world, bringing together health information from many sources and providing it to our expert Travel Pharmacists.
 
Our Travel Health Brief provided for each individual traveller ensures they are fully aware of the additional health risks of travelling to their destinations as well as the vaccination requirements.
 
To book a consultation, please us on 0208 977 1967.