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Cromer Surgery Travel Vaccination Service


Cromer Surgery offers a Travel Vaccination Service ONLY.


Cromer Surgery is registered to Travax which has the latest travel information for all destinations worldwide.


If you wish to use this service please complete our Travel Vaccination Assessment Form which is available from the surgery or by clicking here to download. Please return your completed form at least 4 weeks before you travel, if possible as some vaccines may need to be ordered in. Some vaccinations we may not be able to get hold of and we may ask you contact one of the local specialist travel clinics.


Completed forms will then be assessed by our Practice Nurse and you will be informed by one of the secretaries from the surgery which vaccinations you may require for the destinations that you intend to visit.


Patients will also be informed if Malaria tablets are recommended for the areas of travel. If anti-malarial tablets are recommended the patient will need to assess their own risk and decide which anti-malarial tablets they require.Information to help patients is availiable from many sources.


Not all vaccinations are free on the NHS, even if they’re recommended for travel to a certain area. Cromer Group Practice only offers NHS vaccinations, and does not administer medication prescribed on a Private Prescription. You may be asked to contact a private travel clinic.



Choosing a Drug to Prevent Malaria print out is also available from the surgery, Or is availiable to download from CDC at http://cdc.gov/malaria/travelers/drugs.html


Advice on medication, prices and availability can be obtained from most chemists.


The Internet has many useful sites including NHS Choices http://www.nhs.uk and National Travel Health Network and Centre http://www.nathnac.org/travel/


If you require a private prescription for anti-malarial tablets please phone the surgery stating which medication you require and for how many days you require treatment for and a prescription will be generated for you.


Cromer Surgery is unable to give patients in depth travel advice so if you require more information re your travel health you will need to contact one of the local specialist travel clinic; contact details for one of them is listed below:


The Globe Travel Health Centre, 26 Cattle Market Street, Norwich, NR1 3DY

Telephone 01603 667323. Website http://www.globetravelhealthcentre.com

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