Travel Vaccinations

If you are travelling abroad and think you may some travel vaccinations, please refer to the websites below to find out what you need.

We provide Cholera, Hep A, Polio, and Typhoid as part of our NHS contract free of charge, if it is clinically appropriate for you to have them. We do not provide any other vaccinations.

PLEASE NOTE YOUR APPOINTMENT MUST BE AT LEAST 3 WEEKS PRIOR TO TRAVEL. If we are unable to vaccinate, you will need to book in with the Well Travelled Clinic (details below) for which they charge.

To book an appointment, please  complete the form below. Our Travel nurse will risk assess your form and then invite you in for your vaccinations. Forms should be submitted at least 12 weeks before travel to ensure vaccinations can be given before travel. We only have a limited number of appointments available each week for travel vaccinations. If we are unable to vaccinate you, due to not having an available appointment, you will need to go to the Well Travelled Clinic at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. There will be a charge for that service.

For travel advice via GOV.UK website click here.

Or for travel advice from The National Travel Health Network and Centre website click here.
0151 652 1688
The Paxton Building, 161 Park Road North, Birkenhead. CH41 0DD
0151 705 3223 or complete an Appointment Request Form online
Well Travelled Clinic, Liverpool School Of Tropical Medicine, Pembroke Place, Liverpool. L3 5QA

Travel Risk Assessment Form

Type of travel and purpose of trip - tick all that apply
Are you fit and well today?
Any allergies including food, latex medication?
Have you, or anyone in your family, had a severe reaction to a a vaccine or malaria medication before?
Do you have a tendency to faint with injections?
Any surgical operations in the past, including e.g. open-heart surgery, spleen or thymus gland removal?
Recent chemotherapy/radiotherapy/organ transplant
Bleeding /clotting disorders (including history of DVT)
Heart disease (e.g. angina, high blood pressure)
Additional needs and/or disability
Epilepsy/seizures (or in a first degree relative?)
Gastrointestinal (stomach) complaints
Liver and or kidney problems
Immune system condition e.g. blood cancer
Mental health issues (including anxiety, depression)
Neurological (nervous system) illness
Rheumatology (joint) conditions
Respiratory (lung) disease
Spleen problems
Any other conditions?
Are you or your partner pregnant or planning a pregnancy?
Are you breast feeding (if applicable)
Have you or anyone in your family undergone FGM / been cut / circumcised
Please supply information on any vaccines or malaria tablets taken in the past
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.