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Oct 2016
Travel Health Clinic
Dear Patient, We have recently started a Travel Health Clinic! This means we can provide you with expert travel health advice for your country of destination and adminster travel vaccinations to protect against harmful diseases such as cholera, hepatitis A and B, meningococcal disease, rabies, polio, tetanus and typhoid to name a few. We can also provide antimalarial medication; most antimalarial medication can be bought over the counter but some would previously require a prescription from your surgery. Our new clinic can provide ALL types of antimalarial medication without the need of a prescription or a visit to the surgery. We accomodate for ALL types of travel. Be it a simple beach holiday, a backpacking adventure through Asia or attending a religious festival such as Hajj or Umrah. We can provide all necessary health advice and provision of vaccines and medication if needed. Patients will also be able to order niche items for their travels, such as mosquito nets and water filtration systems. Click on our link on the homepage to find out more information about how the service works. We look forward to hearing from you!
295 Walsall, Perry Barr Road
West Midlands
B42 1TY
0121 356 4435
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Changes to our operations and service

- Our opening times will be as follows: Mon, Tues, Wed and Fri: 10am - 4pm. Thurs and Sat 10am - 12pm.

- Deliveries are currently suspended. We will oblige in emergency only. 

- Please leave 7 days from requesting your prescription to collecting it.

- Do not over order your medicines, this places further strain on us.

- Our travel vaccination service is currently suspended.

- The staff are working through difficult conditions, please support them as we try to support you. We will resume normal service as soon as possible.

-  Please queue outside with 2m gap between each person.

Thank you for your understanding

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