Planning Your Trip

No Matter How Remote The Destination

 

Our nurses give you essential travel and general health advice before you go.

We can vaccinate you against unwanted infections and we can also supply you with prescriptions for the most appropriate antimalarials to protect you during your trip.My Travel Clinic Basingstoke will help you plan you vaccination schedule

Remember

Some vaccinations work better if they are given a few weeks before you travel.

Certain vaccinations need to be given in 2 or even 3 separate injections and boosters may be advised so that your protection lasts much longer.

Often antimalarials need to be started well before you go in order to take effect and to ensure there are no side effects.

To keep you safe we may need to see you at least a few weeks before you go to get your immunisation schedule completed in time.

 

If you have left your vaccines until the last minute don’t worry……. our nurses will try and immunise you the best we can in the time available before you go.

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