If you are travelling abroad it is sensible to make provision well in advance of your expected date of travel, if possible a minimum of six weeks.

The Surgery can give full guidance on health matters relating to travel abroad and long haul flights.

Our practice nurses have up-to-date information and would be delighted to discuss your individual requirements.

The Nurse will need to know all of the countries that you plan to travel to and an up to date list of your vaccinations (the surgery will have a list of your vaccinations but if you have had any elsewhere please can you bring the record of this to the appointment).

By assessing your itinery and using the latest medical global information she can plan the best advice on your personal travel requirement.

Please note that you will be charged for some of your holiday vaccinations. Vaccination charges.


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Travel Health Pro

This is a helpful website if you are planning to travel abroad and we advise all travellers to have a look at the country or countries they are travelling to to get up to date advice on immunisations or any other health related issues that may be important.

Nathnac was set up by the Department of Health in 2002 with the broad aim of protecting the health of British travellers. They can provide up to date health advice for travellers.


Private commercial services

Patients requiring travel immunisations at less than 6 weeks notice are advised to check with the surgery whether a short notice appointment is available but must be prepared to contact one of the organisations currently providing a private commerical service if we cannot meet your requirement in time:

Horton Pharmacy and Travel Clinic
Unit 7 Horton Retail Centre
KT19 8HJ

01372 742204

Horton Pharmacy Travel Clinic


Surrey Travel Clinic
Heathcote medical Centre
KT20 5TH

01737 366221

Surrey Travel Clinic


For immunisations near airports also see:

Gatwick - Masta Travel clinic

0330 1004174

Masta Gatwick Travel Clinic


London Travel Clinic

0208 261 7558


Useful websites:

Fit for Travel - a public access website provided by the NHS (Scotland). It gives travel health information for people travelling abroad from the UK

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Vaccine advice for UK migrants

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