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Blyth Road Medical Centre8 Blyth RoadMaltbySouth Yorkshire, S66 8JDTel: 01709 812827
These clinics are available by appointments only (* after consultation with GP only).
To make an appointment at one of the above clinics please telephone 01709 812827.
Over the past few year travel medicine has become increasing specialised, we are finding that patients are travelling to ever more exotic locations. There may be a number of complicating factors and failure to cover all aspects could nowadays be a potentially serious issue. For this reason, in accordance with current guidelines we request that all patients complete our Travel Vaccination Questionnaire. By clicking on the link below, you can complete and submit it online, or you can print the form off and return it to Reception.
There is further information about countries and vaccination required on the links below.
Travel Vaccination Questionnaires should be completed preferably 2 months before your departure date. Vaccines need to be given in plenty of time in order to take effect in the body and offer protection. Also some vaccines require a course of injections, which are separated by a number of weeks and not frequently used vaccines will need to be ordered in. Vaccines can be given closer to your travel, this is better than not to have them at all, but they will not offer the full protection.
You should allow at least 1 week between handing in your completed form and your appointment with the Practice Nurse, to enable the Nurse enough time to look through your questionnaire and find out what vaccinations you need. Depending on your requirements, the Nurse may contact you prior to your appointment to discuss this.
Travel Health Questionnaire
We do not provide Yellow Fever vaccinations. Please go to www.nathnac.net to find out where the nearest Yellow Fever centre is, or the Practice Nurse can provide you with up to date information at your appointment.
Please note the following vaccines are only ordered on demand and there is a charge. The charge will depend on the cost from the supplier at the time of ordering.
Tick Bourne Encephalitis
Malaria tablets are available on a private prescription or over the pharmacy counter (depending on the type of malaria tablets). You will be charged at the pharmacy for the cost of the tablets, which will vary depending on the type of malaria tablets.
Travelling in Europe
If you are travelling to Europe the EU has published useful information for travellers on the European website.
Some services provided are not covered under our contract with the NHS and therefore attract charges. Examples include the following:
The fees charged are based on the British Medical Association (BMA) suggested scales and our reception staff will be happy to advise you about them along with appointment availability.
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