Travel Clinic

Travel Vaccinations

Arundel Surgery offers a full range of travel vaccinations and malaria prophylaxis options if you are travelling abroad.

Because guidelines for vaccination change all the time (depending on disease risk in various countries) we ask all patients requiring travel vaccinations to complete a travel questionnaire. This is then cross-checked against up-to-the-minute advice to give you peace of mind when travelling.

Please Note: Some vaccination schedules may need to be started at least a month before travel to afford proper immunity. We would therefore ask that you complete these questionnaires in good time to allow the vaccinations to be correctly scheduled.

Whilst certain travel vaccines are provided by the NHS, some are not and a fee is applicable.

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Complete Travel Questionnaire

If you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel, please complete our online travel form.

Complete a Travel Questionnaire

It is important to make this initial appointment as early as possible - at least 1 month before you travel - This is then cross-checked against up-to-the-minute advice to give you peace of mind when travelling.

These vaccines have to be ordered as they are not a stock vaccine. Some travel vaccines are ordered on a private prescription and these incur a charge over and above the normal prescription charge. This is because not all travel vaccinations are included in the services provided by the NHS.

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Nurse Review

This is then cross-checked by our nurses against up-to-the-minute advice to give you peace of mind when travelling.

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Contact the surgery after 48 hours

Patient's are advised to contact the surgery after 48 hours of initial form submission to find out if any vaccinations are required - at which point they can book an appointment to have these done. 

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Information on how to stay safe and healthy abroad

Fitfortravel is a free public access website providing up to date health information for the UK public on avoiding illness and staying healthy when travelling abroad.


Travelling in Europe

Your rights & EU rules

If you are travelling to Europe the EU has published useful information for travellers on the European website.

As an EU national, you enjoy the right of free movement. This means you’re entitled to travel, work and live in another EU country. If you’re a citizen of a Schengen country – which is most EU countries – you’re also free to travel to other Schengen countries without the need for border checks.

As an EU national, you can also benefit from EU-wide passenger rights for travel into, out of or within the EU by air, rail, bus/coach or ship. You can travel with pets and other animals in the EU provided you comply with the rules (pet passports). There are EU limits on taking alcohol, tobacco or cash with you to another EU country. Each EU country can set its own limits or restrictions, so check before you go.

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