Travel health services in Leeds
Travel health experts recommend starting your fit-for-travel health regime six to eight weeks before you depart by making an appointment with a travel health nurse or pharmacist.
We have plenty of travel health advice appointments at our Leeds travel health clinic. Use our online booking system to see all travel health appointments close to your home or workplace in the next few days.
Make your appointment for travel vaccines today
At your first travel health appointment, we’ll take some information and make some recommendations. It may even be possible to have the first doses of some shots at your first travel health appointment, although you may have to return to get further doses of some vaccines.
You can make one appointment for each person in your group. For complex health needs and expeditions or longer trips, please make back-to-back appointments.
Appointments for travel health advice at the last minute
Don’t worry if you are travelling sooner than six to eight weeks: we can still help with safe travel advice. And it is possible to give some multi-dose vaccines on an accelerated schedule. Just let us know when you’re travelling and we’ll work out a health regime that will give you the best protection possible.
Advice and travel vaccines in Leeds
Whatever your reason for travelling, we can help with advice and travel vaccines.
Travel advice for groups in West Yorkshire
We can help groups of travellers with vaccines and health advice. Make appointments for everyone in your travel group, or send them the link to our booking page so they can choose their own appointment.
Hajj and Umrah vaccines
Come to us for the vaccines and certificates you need for pilgrimages to Saudi Arabia. We can organise a proof of vaccination certificate that you need to get a visa for travel to Saudi Arabia for Hajj or Umrah.
Travel advice for business and work travellers in Leeds
If you’re working abroad and need to get vaccinated against diseases that affect travellers, come to NX Healthcare Leeds. Tell if you expect to visit farms, markets or remote areas on your travels, and we will make sure that you have the vaccinations you need to keep you safe.
Feel free to bring any information supplied by occupational health or your GP. We can administer any vaccines that have been recommended to you.
Services for travellers with health conditions
Have a health condition and want tailored travel advice? When you come for your travel health appointment, we can tell you all the risks you will be exposed to and recommend vaccines to reduce the impact of any diseases you may encounter. You can take the list to your usual healthcare team and they can advise on any changes you need to make to your usual meds and health routines.
What health risks might I face while travelling?
Travellers are at risk from environmental conditions that are different from what they are used to in Yorkshire. These include:
- extreme heat and humidity
- extreme cold
While travelling you may be exposed to pathogens that cause diseases including:
- dengue fever
- hepatitis A and B
- Japanese encephalitis
- tick-borne encephalitis
- yellow fever
What advice can I get at a travel health appointment?
At your travel health appointment in our Leeds clinics, we give evidence-based advice about avoiding insect bites, sun safety, how to cope in humid heat and dry heat, accessing safe drinking water, food safety and altitude health.
Get vaccinated for travel at our Leeds travel clinic
We stock most of the commonest travel vaccines, including:
- chicken pox and shingles
- hepatitis A and hepatitis B
- Japanese encephalitis
- tick-borne encephalitis
- yellow fever
We can also prescribe and dispense antimalarials.
Why get your travel shots with NX Healthcare?
Our travel health advisers dedicate themselves to travel health services and they have the most up-to-date information and data about every destination in the world.
You can depend on NX Healthcare in Leeds for a confidential, reliable service. We are constantly comparing our prices with other travel centres in Yorkshire, as we like to stay competitive. So you know you’re getting the best price for your travel health vaccines.
Our travel vaccine centres in Leeds are located centrally and we have plenty of appointments. We have a good stock of vaccines and it may be possible to have some shots at your first travel health appointment.
What should I bring to my travel health appointment
At your first travel health appointment, the adviser will ask some questions about you and about your planned trip abroad. They will use this information to decide what health risks you will face while travelling. It can be helpful to bring some info about your health and your trip to your travel health appointment. This includes:
- vaccine records
- travel health certificates
- itinerary information
- activities you have planned
If you’re travelling for work, we’d like to see any information from your occupational health department. And if you’ve seen your GP for travel health advice, we’d like to see what they recommended.
What if I need antimalarial meds?
Malaria is a tropical disease that is caused by a parasite that is transmitted by mosquitoes. malaria can be fatal, and it may take a very long time to recover from malaria. To avoid catching malaria, we recommend you take steps to avoid mosquito bites. And we may recommend a course of antimalarials. These are drugs that, should you be exposed, will stop the malaria parasite taking hold.
You often need to start taking antimalarials before you arrive in an area where malaria is endemic, and carry on taking them after you’ve left. Our travel health experts can recommend the right malaria pills for your trip, and they can tell you when to start and stop taking them.
Book your travel health appointments online
It’s quick and easy to make an appointment for travel health and vaccines. Pick the clinic that is close to your home or work to get started.
Where to learn more about travel health and safety
It’s best to see a travel health nurse or pharmacist before you leave the UK, but here are some recommended resources to back up our advice.
All travellers going abroad should take a look at the country-specific travel advice issued by the Foreign Office. We also recommend TravelHealthPro, which is a library of information from the National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNaC). And the NHS has some information about travel vaccines.