Middleton Health Centre provides a weekly travel vaccination and advice clinic for its registered patients.
If you are travelling within the next two weeks unfortunately we will be unable to vaccinate you at Middleton Health Centre. Please ask at reception or see below for a list of travel clinics in the local area who may be able to help you.
Ideally we need 4 weeks notice in order to give the vaccinations you may require. We ask for this notice period as some vaccines need a few weeks to take effect, we may not have in stock the vaccine you require and finally we may not have your medical records to see what you have had done previously.
If you are going away on holiday and need travel vaccinations please follow the instructions below.
1Call into the surgery and pick up a travel vaccination form or download the form from this page. We ask that you complete the form with as much information as you can on this form to help our Nurse who runs this clinic. Once the form is complete please hand it back in at reception or email it to HMRCCG.MiddletonHC@nhs.net
2Our Nurse will then review the form, see what vaccines you will need for your destination and check your records for any previous vaccinations (if we do not have your records it may take a little longer). Our nurse will either contact you to go through the form with you in a bit more detail or to book an appointment.
3At the appointment you will be given the vaccines and then be given chance to discuss any other travel questions you may have.
4Please be aware that some you may be charged for some vaccines and you will have to pay for a prescription for anti-malarials tablets. For more info on our fees please click here (link to ‘other info’ page
Travel Health Advice
For travel health advice and vaccine information please visit the Fit For Travel website.