Travel Vaccines & Consultations
|Travel vaccinations are either compulsory or recommended for travel to most countries. Ideally you should start your travel vaccination programme at least six weeks before departure, or earlier if possible.
For advice on which travel vaccinations are required or recommended for specific countries see our Travel Vaccination Country Guide or contact your nearest Nomad Travel Clinic.
By allowing 6-8 weeks for your vaccination programme, you have time to fit in full courses of vaccines where required which provides you with the best possible protection against certain vaccine preventable diseases. Your pharmacy based travel clinic is all vey well but for speciailist advice at the same or lower cost come to Nomad. This is strongly advised if you are on a more adventurous complex itineray or have special medical needs.'
If you don’t have time to complete courses before you go, you risk travelling with little or even no protection against sometimes high risk diseases.
Specialist travel clinics also provide advice on travel vaccinations. Contact details for our travel clinics which offer consultations and a full range of travel vaccinations are listed below.
Meningitis A, C W135 and Y vaccine
|Travel Vaccination and Consultation
A 15 minute travel vaccination consultation with a specialist travel health medical professional at one of our travel clinics costs just £20 or free when you pay for any travel vaccination. Contact your nearest Nomad Travel Clinic for details.
Bishop's Stortford Travel Clinic
Bristol Travel Clinic
0117 922 6567 or Book Here
London Travel Clinics
* Central London: City (Bank) Book Here
* North London: Turnpike Lane 0208 889 7014
* Central London: Victoria 0207 823 5823
Loughton Travel Clinic
020 8508 6626 or Book Here
Manchester Travel Clinic
0161 832 2134
Southampton Travel Clinic
02380 234 920
| Nomad©. This is only intended to be a brief guide. Information may change without notice. Nomad Travel Clinics cannot accept responsibility for any omissions. ALWAYS check with your GP or travel health medical specialist 6 to 8 weeks prior to your departure.