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Travel Medicine

Before heading off overseas for holidays or work, you may need to consider seeking travel advice from your GP, or receive country-specific vaccinations. 

Your GP can provide specific advice on how to manage your health conditions overseas, provide letters for medications, and organise vaccinations against common infectious diseases found in foreign countries such as malaria, typhoid and Hepatitis A.

Please make an appointment with your doctor 2–3 months prior to your departure date if possible, as some vaccines will need to be ordered by our nurses in advance to booking your vaccinations. If you would like to book in for a travel consultation, please call reception, or book an appointment through the patient portal and put ‘travel consultation’ in the description line.  

Travel Vaccinations

Some countries require proof of vaccination against certain diseases in order to enter the country, so it is important to check the requirements before you travel.

Click the button below to go to the CDC (Centres for Disease Control and Prevention)  website, which highlights the different diseases that are prevalent in each country worldwide, health advice,  and a list of vaccination requirements by country.