Latest News – MENINGITIS B Bexsero, is out of stock until the summer – read more on the latest situation
We are holding a waiting list for new clients when stock returns to normal, please email us if you wish to be added to this. Any clients who are due boosters will be contacted directly by the clinic as to when they can attend for a booster dose which is also limited until the summer.
Other News - We now have our flu vaccine in stock, so don’t spoil your holiday and ensure you have yours before you travel for £12 – BCG vaccine is currently unavailable.
Welcome to JABS travel clinic.
The team of nurses here aim to give a professional, caring and individualized service to all travellers.
- Business Travellers
- Working abroad
- Volunteers, charity or aid relief
- Gap Students
- School, College or University Trips
We specialize in all aspects of travel health and immunisations providing a comprehensive travel assessment for everyone, including vaccines, malaria tablets, travel accessories information and health advice in comfortable clinics.
We want you to be safe and healthy to enjoy your travels.
JABS travel clinic offer out of hours appointments on request (weekday evenings) out of normal hours and are open all day Saturday, we welcome families and groups who can book extended appointments to be seen together.
We are located on two sites with easy access by public transport and some local parking.
Don’t put your health at risk when travelling abroad, get professional advice and be safe!
If you know which vaccination(s) you need you can simply make an appointment with us to have them. If you need to discuss your vaccination requirements please book an appointment for a travel consultation with one of our travel nurses. Whilst we may be able to answer some simple questions via e-mail we are not able to give on-line travel consultations.
Our receptionists are not able to give travel health advice but will be happy to book you an appointment with one of our travel nurses for a travel consultation.
Useful things to know
Some injections need to be taken some weeks in advance of travelling so please get advice as soon as possible.
If you have details of previous vaccinations, or you can obtain them from your GP, and bring them to your consultation it is really helpful, and may save you money.
For initial basic country by country guide advice on travel heath visit http://www.nathnac.org/ds/country_list_C.htm but please be advised that this is no substitute for contacting a health care professional, such as your GP or ourselves, who will have access to the most up to date information.