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We provide a full range of immunisations and travel vaccinations essential for foreign travel to most destinations however remote. Our nurses are fully trained in travel medicine and are fully supported by our team of experienced GMC registered doctors.

Our Travel Clinic is based in a modern purpose built healthcare facility, we are fully CQC regulated and we stock the latest vaccines and immunisations to keep you healthy whilst you travel.

Contact us today and keep safe and healthy on your trip.

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  • Brazil May 25, 2018
    Summary: Lorry drivers have been on strike across Brazil since Monday 21 May. This is affecting fuel deliveries to petrol stations and many have closed in major cities. Some flights and intercity bus services are subject to disruption and cancellations. You should check with your airline or bus company before travelling.
  • Chad May 25, 2018
    Latest update: Safety and security section (Crime) and summary - the number of reports of car-jackings on roads outside N'Djamena has increased, including during daylight hours; it is recommended that you use a police or military escort when driving outside the capital, and carry working communications equipment
  • Costa Rica May 25, 2018
    Latest update: Summary - Northern Ireland take on Costa Rica in an international friendly match in San José on Sunday 3 June 2018; addition of a link to our information and advice page for travelling fans
  • Panama May 25, 2018
    Latest update: Summary - Northern Ireland take on Panama in an international friendly match in Panama City on Tuesday 29 May 2018; addition of a link to our information and advice page for fans travelling to the match
  • Guinea-Bissau May 25, 2018
    Latest update: Safety and security section (Political situation) - the next parliamentary elections are due to take place in November 2018
  • Uganda May 24, 2018
    Latest update: Health section - addition of information on health screening measures at some airports and border crossings due to Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo