Travel Advice

Travel Advice

Travel Clinic


For further information about travel vaccinations visit the following websites:

If you require any travel vaccinations because you are travelling to another country, you need to make an appointment at a local pharmacy who offer travel advice to discuss your travel requirements. This will include letting them know which countries and areas within countries that you are visiting to determine what vaccinations are required for the area.  You will also be advised of which vaccines can be administered at your GP surgery free of charge and which ones you will have to pay for.

The pharmacy will supply you with a travel risk assessment form that needs to be filled out and brought to your appointment.

Local Travel Clinics –

Boots – Middle Street, Yeovil (Pharmacy) 01935 426673 have free travel consultation and only pay for vaccines – Mon to Wed pm only (no yellow fever) telephone or call in the make an appointment.

Boots Babylon Hill, Yeovil (Pharmacy) 01935 434621 free consultation and pay for vaccines.

Appointments can also be booked online via their website.


Travel clinic – Dorchester 0333 0069976

Please note this list is a few examples of local services and not all inclusive.

Travel advice for registered patients

Once you have had travel advice from a travel clinic, you can book an appointment to have any of the following depending on stock availability free on the NHS at your GP practice.

Please allow 6 to 8 weeks prior to travel to allow time to book an appointment

  • Tetanus and polio(given as a combined diphtheria/tetanus/polio jab)
  • Typhoid
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B – only available on the NHS for high risk patients
  • MMR

All Travel health advice and other vaccines must be provided by a private travel clinic.