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Mercer's Medical Centre

General Practice & Family Medicine

Travel Vaccinations

Submit our Travel Vaccination Booking Form and a member of staff will be in touch with you within one working day to arrange an appointment. Please have a look at the information and advice below and our prices before you fill in the form, as you will be offered an appointment if you fill in the form. 

You can also use this link below ("Masta") to make a list of your travel destinations and get an overview of vaccinations needed for each of the countries you intend to visit during your trip.

Find out which vaccinations you need

This is for information purposes only and what you require may be different depending on your vaccination/medical history, and any up to date information we receive about the country/ies you are visiting. A full, personalised and up-to-date health briefing will be given to you at your attendance at our nurse-led clinic.

There is a worldwide shortage of certain vaccines which can mean that we may be unable to supply all the recommended vaccines for all patients. Unfortunately, this is outside our control and every effort will be made to offer you the best possible protection available. 

Please note that some vaccinations are administered as a course which can take some time to complete. Although we will do our best to accommodate you, please ensure that you allow plenty of time before travelling to receive your vaccinations.

Travel Vaccination Booking Form

Please complete a questionnaire for each member of your travel party. Once we have received your completed form, a member of our Reception staff will contact you by phone within 1...
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Travelling with children

Remember your baby or child will require an up-to-date passport and your travel insurance policy should include your child. Factor in extra time into your travel plans when travelling with children.
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Travelling when pregnant

Pregnant women can normally travel safely by air, but most airlines restrict travel late in pregnancy.  It is important that you check with your individual airline before you book your...
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Travelling when breastfeeding

It is not advisable to get the Yellow Fever vaccination if you are breastfeeding, unless travel to a yellow-fever endemic area absolutely cannot be avoided or postponed.
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Visiting friends or relatives abroad

Compared with tourists, people who are visiting friends or relatives abroad are often at an increased risk of contracting diseases. 
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Staying safe in the sun

Short term overexposure to sun can cause burning. The skin becomes red, hot and painful. After a few days the burnt skin may peel.
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Travel Checklist

We’ve put together this travel checklist to help you plan for your trip abroad and stay safe whilst you are there. 
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Travel Health Costs

Consultation with Travel Health Nurse: Per adult €55 Per child €25 Per couple €90 Per family (2 adults, and 1 or 2 children) €120
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