Travel Clinic

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GO Health Services offers a travel clinic service at a competitive cost. It is available to members of the public aged over 12 years.

We are a registered centre for Yellow Fever vaccine and certification. Yellow Fever is spread by a day biting mosquito which is found in many different African and South American countries.

Our trained and experienced nursing and medical staff offer specialist advice on health precautions for all types of travel; business or leisure, 5-star or backpacking, in any part of the world.

By completing a thorough travel risk assessment our travel recommendations will be specific to you and your proposed trip.

In order for the travel nurse to provide the full range of travel immunisations and anti malarial prophylaxis appropriate to your needs, please complete the Travel Health Questionnaire below at least 4 weeks prior to departure date and return to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

For further information please call 01224 553663 (Aberdeen) or 01343 567386 (Elgin) between 9am and 4pm.

Appointments are available Monday, Wednesday or Friday mornings and once a month on a Saturday morning.

Please find below some documents you may find useful:

Travel Health Questionnaire

Travel Clinic Prices

Travel Clinic Products

Travel Clinic Leaflet (Aberdeen)

Travel Clinic Map (Aberdeen)

Travel Clinic Leaflet (Elgin)

Travel Clinic Map (Elgin)

Useful websites for further information:

Information about countries and vaccinations required can be found on the links below:

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

Your GP surgery may be able to provide some vaccines free of charge. Please contact them for more information prior to returning your form.

If you would like any further information on our travel clinic services, please contact us on the above number where we can deal with your enquiry.

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