Travel Clinic

Patients travelling abroad require a travel risk assessment in advance of their travel. The purpose of this is to assess an individual patient’s health needs and appropriate vaccinations. Once your online assessment has been reviewed by the travel vaccination clinic you will be contacted. Appointments will be booked with the nurse but alternative services may be advised if you have less than eight weeks to your departure. 

Please read our travel health advice leaflet which will help you stay healthy on your trip. 

If you are unable to be seen at the surgery patients can also access the travel clinic in Southampton.
Southampton:- 023 8063 1922

There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below 

 Europe & Russia  North America
 Central America  South America
 Carribean  Africa
 Middle East  Central Asia
 East Asia  Australasia and Pacific

Travel Vaccination Fees For Patients  

Not all practice services are free to patients; the following list details the vaccinations for which a fee is charged:- 



Blood Test


Japanese Encephalitis (course of 2 injections):  1st dose

2nd dose

Two doses




Tick-borne Encephalitis – 1st dose

2nd dose

Two doses




Tick-borne Encephalitis Junior 1st dose

2nd dose

Two doses




Hepatitis B (course of 3 injections) - (Short-term travel or employment arrangements only) from risk group (see below):  Single dose

All three doses






Rabies – (course of 3 injections):          1st dose

Subsequent dose

All three doses




Yellow Fever (including Certificate)


                    Replacement Certificate


Cholera                                              2 doses



Malarial prophylaxis

Dispensing patients – price from Fordingbridge Surgery dispensary

Non dispensing patients – priced by a pharmacy of patient’s choice


Hepatitis B

Patients registered with this practice who require Hepatitis B for occupational health reasons should consult their own employer.  In the case of the employer/occupational health department being unable to provide the vaccine, the patient must arrange for the course of injections to be administered preferably by another practice.  Their employer will be charged for the vaccine.

Patients NOT registered at this practice who require a course of Hepatitis B for occupational health reasons may be given the course of injections and charged as listed above.  They will be charged for administration of the vaccine (one charge) and for the blood test on completion of the course.


Short-term Travellers

A course of Hepatitis B and blood test (where there is a clear indication for the injections) may be given to any travellers registered at this practice.  They are not charged for this vaccine.