Appointments are available through NHS referral or private pay. Please note that an NHS referral is only valid in certain cases.

Please contact us by email:


  • Travel advice and immunisations for babies and infants
  • Specialist consultations for pregnant and breastfeeding women
  • Advice on travel health, anti malarials and vaccinations
  • Risk assessments and management plans for travellers over 65 years
  • Advice on vaccinations and travel health


  • Specialist consultations for travellers with allergies
  • Referral to allergy service for desensitisation/fractionated dosing
  • Previous difficulty obtaining vaccinations/anti-malarials due to allergies
  • Allergy referrals can take up to 8 weeks, please ensure you leave enough time prior to your departure 
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  • Consultations for individuals with haematological or​​​​​​ blood disorders such as sickle cell disease, thalassemia, pro-thrombotic conditions
  • Advice around travel safety and risk management
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Management plans for people whose immune systems are suppressed

  • Immunosuppression through health condition (e.g cancer, bone marrow transplant)
  • Immunosuppression through medication (e.g biological agents – rituximab, infliximab, methotrexate, steroids)

Long term travel

  • Specialist advice for individuals or families
  • Relocating or travelling for > 1 year

Specialist  advice

  • Travellers who have been unable to obtain specific travel advice, vaccinations or anti-malarials

Travel vaccines, anti-malarial medications, private prescriptions and travel related equipment are not covered by the NHS even if you are an NHS patient.
Please be aware there will be a fee. Costs can be found here.