Kerrsland Surgery

Frequently Asked
Questions

You will be asked to fill in a health and travel questionnaire with this information you will then have a personalised travel brief given to you. Your name will be called to visit one of our travel nurses or doctor. At your consultation with the nurse, you will receive advice and if appropriate the required vaccines. Once your consultation with the nurse is complete the reception staff will complete your consult. At this point you may purchase any travel related items you need and settle your account. The appointment normally takes up to 40mins including paperwork, consultation and payment.

We accept debit and credit cards, cheque and cash. Most credit cards are accepted except Diners.

Our staff are friendly and approachable, every effort is made to offer reassurance and appropriate advice at the time of your consultation.

Contact us as soon as possible and we will do our best to accommodate you, call 028 9065 1738

You should apply your sun cream first and then your insect repellent.

We recommend DEET 50+ insect repellent. One bottle usually does one person 2–3 times a day for two weeks.

No, as immunity reduces when you leave the country we encourage all travellers to come and visit the clinic so as a full risk assessment is given and appropriate vaccinations/ malaria tablets given.

Yes

We encourage travellers to visit the clinic and speak to our Travel Nurses or Doctors where a discussion can be had to cover all areas of your travel concern.

If your GP dies not offer travel advice and has referred you to our clinic, please phone 0289065 7138 to book a consultation. We are a private travel clinic and therefore charges will apply.