Starting out as a humble market stall, Nomad offered a range of kit for adventure travel. Passionate travellers, we tried and tested our offering at every opportunity
Finding much of the available travel kit to not meet the demands of the more adventurous tropical traveller, whose main concern is staying healthy, Nomad setup a first of it’s kind travel pharmacy & vaccination clinic in our North London flagship store
Bringing together a Pharmacy, clinic & well tested range of travel kit, we had created an unmatched one-stop service for travellers. Opening locations nationwide, we have been able to help thousands of travellers every year prepare for adventure
A Culture of Excellence
We’ve built a medical team comprising some of the leading academics and physicians in travel health, enabling us to create a truly comprehensive training programme for our travel nurses, office teams and front of hou staff. You’ll always get the best possible advice, backed by the most up to date information. Whether it’s a trek in Nepal, a relaxed break in the Caribbean or an around the world backpacking trip – you can rely on us to know what you’ll need
The Nomad Culture Collective is comprised of over a third of the Nomad workforce at any time and is targeted at the key areas of equality, diversity and inclusion, the environment and community, training and staff development, and staff benefits. These forums feedback development ideas into the company
Investing in the Planet
We work with Ecologi to offset our employees working and personal carbon emissions. We’re investing in projects that preserve and regrow some of the most precious and precarious forests on Earth
A Living Wage Employer
We’re accredited by the Living Wage Foundation
This means we’ve committed to paying our teams the real living wage. Higher than National Living Wage, the real living wage reflects the true cost of living in the UK today
We’re proud to have partnered with TMB, Ireland’s leading provider of travel clinics, to offer our travel health services across both the UK & Ireland. Combining decades of expertise, we’ll be here to ensure everyone leaves travel ready
Andrew Lewis is CEO of Tropical Medical Bureau, with headquarters Dublin, Ireland. He joined TMB as Financial Controller in 2009 and has played a key role in the company’s growth and development. He continues to undertake additional advanced qualifications in international accountancy. At Tropical Medical Bureau his work includes developing the TMB brand and organisation, especially, promoting health awareness and disease prevention among international travellers.
Operations Director, UK
Laura has worked in the outdoor and travel industry since completing her Law degree in 2005. She joined Nomad in 2009 as a Store Manager of the heritage location in Turnpike Lane. Since that time Laura has worked in a number of roles for Nomad and now is the lead for the UK business. Laura’s work at Nomad revolves around the smooth running of day to day operations and business development.
Dr Graham Fry
Group Medical Director
The Tropical Medical Bureau was established by Dr Graham Fry in Dublin in 1988. Since then it has expanded greatly and today TMB is the largest travel vaccination organisation in Ireland with over 20 clinics nationwide. As medical director, Dr Fry plays a pivotal role in the organisation, whether consulting with patients, lecturing medical students or dealing with media focused travel and tropical issues on radio and television.
Dr Caroline Evans
UK Director of Medical Services
Caroline is the senior partner in a busy practice where she is a travel medicine specialist and GP trainer. She has worked as a doctor in Australia and Sri Lanka and is an experienced expedition doctor, advising many expeditions & journalists on preparation for overseas trips. Caroline has worked with Nomad since 1998 providing clinical support and oversight and is currently Secretary of the British Global and Travel Health Association.
Head of Medical
Jason joined Nomad in 1999, completing the post graduate diploma in Travel Medicine shortly after. An enthusiastic independent traveller he spends his days in the pharmacy designing and preparing medical kits for expeditions, maintaining the pharmaceutical supply chain to the Nomad clinics and creating bespoke kits.
Dr Daniel Campion
Travel Health Physician
Daniel came to Nomad in 2017 after working at InterHealth, where he provided medical and occupational health support to clients in the humanitarian aid and development sectors. He has a broad medical background including qualifications in emergency medicine, general practice and tropical medicine. He is an enthusiastic traveller and has worked in Australia, Viet Nam, Guatemala and Peru.
Dr Kunal Patel
Travel Health Physician
Dr Patel lectures internationally on the interface between technology, health education & training. His extensive work within the international development sector, forming partnerships and developing research, has been instrumental for primary care system strengthening and in advocating for greater health education globally.
Head of Operations
Marc is a keen and seasoned traveller with a background in outdoor sports retail. He settled into his preferred niche of travel with Nomad in 2013, as manager of the Manchester store. Marc now works in all parts of the business both operationally and as part of the commercial team.
Head of Business Services
Elly completed a Policy degree in 2013 and has worked in the operational side of the travel health sector since 2014. After working on the UK’s Ebola response, and spending 18 months travelling New Zealand and Australia, Elly joined Nomad in 2017 as the Client Account Manager. Her role involves onboarding new clients, supporting Nomad’s Screening services and working on business development.