Travel Immunisation

This service is for registered patients at Asplands Medical Centre and Woburn Surgery ONLY.

Have you booked your holiday?

Please allow at least 8-10 weeks before travelling to visit travel clinic, or longer if your schedule is complicated and lengthy. Living and working in some of these countries you may need quite a few vaccines.

Travel Clinic is on Monday afternoons 2.30pm - 5.30pm

  • Please complete a Travel Assessment Form as soon as possible. This can be obtained from Reception, downloaded below or from our online services.
  • The Practice Nurses will look at your Form and assess which vaccines you will need, what travelling advice to give you and whether anti-malarial tablets are needed.
  • Contact Reception 7 days later to make an appointment with the Practice Nurse.

It is very important if your schedule is complicated i.e. Backpacking or travelling to Far East, India, Africa, Central and South America  or indeed going to live and work in these countries for a while, to give us as much information as possible i.e. exact locations and what you will be doing in these countries, what sort of transport and accommodation.

NB. Different locations and types of work need different vaccines and anti-malarial tablets.  It can depend on your 'risk factor', what you are doing and where you are staying and for how long.

  • Please remember that some immunisations involve a course of vaccines which can only be given effectively over a period of time. A good immunity against some of the diseases can take time to obtain. This may involve up to 4 or 5 appointments.
  • There is a cost involved with some of these vaccines.
  • We are a Yellow Fever Centre.

NB. Yellow Fever has always been very common in Central African Countries but now is on the increase in parts of South America. You may be asked for a certificate in a country which does not have Yellow Fever if travelling from one that does.

If you have a chicken/egg allergy the Yellow fever Vaccine cannot be given.

Also if you have serious health problems the Yellow Fever vaccine may not be effective or can increase the risks of complications of the vaccine itself and may not be advised to be given.  Therefore in these cases careful consideration should be taken as to whether you should be travelling to these countries. 

Time in our Travel Clinic is limited and it is very useful if you have researched your holiday yourself before coming to the Clinic. You may find these websites useful: 

The Travel Clinic is an additional service we offer and not all patients will be able to attend, you may wish to make alternative Travel Clinic arrangements.

The nearest private Travel Clinics are:

  • Masta Travel Clinic, Newport Pagnell.
    Appointments 0330 100 4268
  • Superdrug Clinic, Milton Keynes
    Appointments 0845 026 0830

Leaflets on Masta Travel Clinics can be obtained from Reception, (there are quite a few all over the country and in London) 

For Travel Vaccination Charges click here

For information from the Practice on health risks when travelling abroad click here.

For more information on European Health Insurance cards click here.

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