Travel Health Services
Your Local, Trusted, Expert General Medical Practice
Our specialist GP’s can provide comprehensive travel health advice. We stock all travel vaccinations including Yellow Fever Vaccination. For some areas anti-malarial tablets will also be necessary.
Whether you’re looking for a particular travel vaccine or you would like to consult with us about an upcoming trip, we can advise you on the appropriate vaccinations, administer the vaccines and also advise which medications might be useful to bring as a precaution all at very competitive prices.
The vaccinations you may need will vary according to your destination and your existing vaccination status. Some vaccinations take time to become effective, we recommend booking your travel health consultation with the GP approximately 6-8 weeks before you travel to maximise your protection.
Please see Useful Documents & Medical Links below
To arrange a travel consultation, please contact reception to book a travel vaccination consultation. Please arrive 10 minutes early for your appointment to allow time to fill in a Travel Consultation Checklist.
It’s important to arrange your travel vaccination appointment early. You may need to return for vaccinations if we need to order specific vaccines. It is important, if possible, that you bring a record of your previous vaccination history. This will guide our doctors in advising which vaccines may need booster.
Need To Book An Appointment?
Simply call our team on 01 492 2665. Monday to Friday: 8.30am to 17.30pm
Closed for lunch 12.30 pm to 13.30pm. Closed Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays
Vaccinations constitute only one part of the plan to prevent disease when you are travelling. For general information and the overall package to consider when travelling overseas, please refer to the ‘useful document & medical links’ below.
The following immunisations are available from Harolds Cross Medical Centre:
Yellow Fever – Clinic licensed to offer this.
Tetanus & Diphtheria
Hepatitis A & Hepatitis B
Some vaccines require more than one shot, please try to make your first appointment a couple of months prior to travel if possible. Last minute travellers should still seek advice, as vaccines given later are better than no protection at all.
New Patient Registration
We welcome new patients to our surgery.
If you would like to see one of the doctors, please phone reception in advance to discuss registering and making an appointment. Our team will be happy to chat to you about the practice and our services and assist you with making an appointment.
To register with Harolds Cross Medical Centre you will need to provide the Clinic with your contact details. A registration form will need to be completed prior to your first doctor’s appointment, to register online please click the button below to complete the form. If you would prefer to submit the form in writing, please contact our reception to discuss further or download our patient registration form HERE and post or drop it in to the practice.
The registration process is completed following a consultation with one of the Clinic’s doctors.
You will be asked to arrange for past medical notes from a previous GP to be forwarded to Harolds Cross Medical Centre. This process is required for both private and medical card patients.