Holiday Vaccinations at Your Local Private Travel Clinic
|Letter of Confirmation for Travel|
|Nurse Appointment for Follow-Up Injection |
(subsequent injections in course eg course of 3)
For many of us, an annual holiday is the highlight of the year, and a chance to take a break from the usual 9 to 5 and responsibilities of home. While any destination can provide a welcome bit of rest and relaxation, if you’re travelling further afield then you might have some extra preparation to do before you go. If you’re travelling to Asia, South America or Africa, then it’s more than likely that you’ll need some travel injections or preventative medicine to stay safe on your holidays.
Several infectious diseases including malaria, typhoid and tetanus are still present in certain areas, so it’s essential to do your research and make sure you’re protected before you travel. Here at Duality Health, we can provide you with all the holiday vaccinations you need, whichever destination you plan on visiting. Book a comprehensive travel consultation today and we can schedule all the necessary travel injections or medicine you need.
Holiday Vaccinations – What You Need to Know
Different countries present different health risks for the traveller, please see below for a list of regions and the associated health risks, this list is not exhaustive, your private GP at Duality Health will be able to provide more details.
- South East Asia – Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Typhoid, Tetanus, Rabies, Malaria
- Africa – Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Typhoid, Tetanus, Rabies, Yellow Fever, Malaria (some vaccines dependent on specific destination)
- South America – Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Typhoid, Tetanus, Rabies, TB, Malaria
Some specific destinations within the regions detailed above may require additional or
Our Private Travel Clinic
If you are searching for a ‘travel clinic near me’ online, Duality Health will feature in the results. We specialise in all GP services and would be pleased to welcome you at one of our two clinics and advise you on the best course of action based on your destination and duration of travel. We would strongly advise you to make an appointment at our travel clinic at least six weeks in advance of your date of intended travel as some medicines and vaccinations need a certain amount of time to become effective.
Medication and Stocking Up
We can ensure that you have enough of your regular medication while you are abroad. We can also prescribe medication for that “just in case” scenario.
*we do not supply Yellow Fever – the nearest Yellow Fever Clinic is in Lisburn