Binfield Surgery
Terrace Road North
Binfield
Bracknell, Berks
RG42 5JG
Tel: 01344 286264

When Closed: 111

Travel Vaccinations

Before you can be offered an appointment for travel vaccines you will need to complete and return a Travel Risk Assessment Form.

We have Travel Clinics on Monday and Tuesday afternoons. We are unable to guarantee an appointment as these get booked up very quickly. Should you be able to book an appointment, this needs to be at least three weeks ahead of any planned travel.

We advise you to check and read through www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk for the country/countries you are travelling to. It is your responsibility to have done your own research before the appointment and to print off any recommended vaccines and your vaccine history, if you have one. If you are registered with our online services you will be able to obtain this from there.

The surgery is able to provide, free of charge assuming an appointment is available, the following 6 vaccines: Tetanus, Polio, Diphtheria, Hepatitis A, Typhoid and Cholera. Malaria tablets can be purchased via Superdrug.co.uk (telephone 0203 5880 293 for those without internet access).

Any other vaccines required will have to be booked with a private travel clinic.

Masta Travel Clinic - 0330 100 4106
37 Upper Gordon Road
Camberley
GU15 2HJ

Boots Reading Upper Ground Level  MASTA - 0330 100 4292
The Oracle Centre
Reading
RG1 2AH

Day Lewis - 0330 100 4106
19 London Road
Twyford

To make an appointment, you will need to pre-register with MASTA at www.masta-travel-health.com.

External Websites:

Travel Illnesses and Vaccinations - NHS

Fit for Travel

Travel Health

FCO Travel Advice

MASTA 

Videos from NHS:

A simple guide to health precautions when travelling abroad, including vaccinations, taking condoms and a first aid kit, and being careful about drinking water.

 

Malaria is a parasitic infection spread by mosquitoes. This video explains out how the infection attacks different areas of the body and what you can do to avoid getting the disease in the first place.

 

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