Consider health situation at destination. www.doh.gov.uk/traveladvice

See your GP to discuss vaccinations/repeat prescriptions/special medicines

Allow sufficient time for vaccinations usually 6 weeks minimum

Order sufficient repeat prescriptions in good time

Check if drugs you are taking are legal in destination countries

Take a photocopy of current prescriptions/notes for use

Keep enough medication in your hand luggage in case you baggage is lost

Ensure that your travel insurer is FULLY aware of existing   medical conditions

For Europe get your E-111 stamped at the post office and make a copy

Discover local hospital arrangements including payment methods

Ask GP for notes/ECG/other relevant papers about your condition if there is a real risk of treatment being required while you are away

Take proof of immunisation for certain illnesses, some countries require it

Note the generic names of medicines. Brand names may vary with country

Take a copy of the prescription for your glasses

If you have a pacemaker/metal hip/other joints be aware of airport security devices

Stick rigidly to anti malaria regime before/during/after trip

Have statement of relevant allergies/blood group/medical conditions

Check with airline about carriage of hypodermic needles/ refrigerated drugs if required

Sunburn/travel sickness/indigestion/migraine/diarrhoea remedies/insect repellent

Condoms

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 ARUN TRAVEL CLINIC SUGGESTED TRAVEL LIST

 Passports

Visas

Tickets

Money

Travellers cheques

Credit cards

Immunisation record

Second photographic ID

Insurance document/policy number

Photocopies of all important documents/tickets

Five Villages Pharmacy

Travel Vaccinations

Arun Travel Clinic

We provide a full range of travel clinic services, support and assistance for your trip. We are a fully accredited yellow fever centre and can supply all travel vaccinations and malaria tablets


We also stock other travel medicine and accessories, eg medicines for diarrhoea and indigestion, first aid kits, expedition kits, insect repellents,  mosquito nets, flight socks and sun creams.


Vaccines

Hepatitis A Adult                       £60               2 doses per course £120

Hepatitis A (under 16)               £35               2 doses per course £70

Hepatitis B Adult                       £50               3 doses per course £150

Hepattis B (under 16)               £30               3 doses per course £90

Diphtheria/tetanus/polio            £38

Typhoid                                     £35

Rabies                                       £70                 3 doses per course £210

Meningitis ACWY                      £55

Cholera                                     £32                  2 doses per course £64

Japanese encephalitis              £105                2 doses per course £210

Tick born encephalitis               £65                  3 doses per course £195

Yellow fever vaccine                 £70

Yellow fever certificate              £15

MMR                                         £45                  2 doses per course £90


Dengue Fever vaccine for people who have experienced a previous confirmed dengue fever diagnosis

                                                  £125                2 doses per course £250


Malaria prevention

Maloff (over 18) 24 or 36 tablets

Atovaquone/proguanil tablets

Doxycycline 100mg capsules

Lariam tablets


Terms and conditions.

Prices correct as of 01/12/2023 and are subject to change without prior notification. The charges include a consultation fee and the price of the medicines.


Ask

Date of travel, ideally 6 to 8 weeks prior to travel.

Bring along record of past vaccinations.