Business Travellers

Increasingly, UK and multinational companies are engaging in business overseas in developing countries. Employees may travel frequently on short trips to destinations classed as high risk for serious diseases such as Hepatitis B, HIV, Rabies or malaria.

Whether you are a business traveller or employer we offer the following services to help ensure that you or your staff are informed, adequately protected and remain in good health while overseas.

Pre-travel

  • A travel consultation with one of our travel health specialists includes
  • A risk assessment tailored to the individual
  • Country specific, up to date advice on recommended vaccinations, anti-malarials and particular health risks
  • Advice on managing any medical conditions and general health abroad
  • Provision of in-house advice leaflets and useful resources

An appointment should be made at least 4 weeks prior to departure or 6-8 weeks before if requiring, for example, a course of Hepatitis B or Rabies vaccination.

We also aim to provide appointments at short notice for the last minute traveller

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Post travel

Post-travel Check up

Many tropical diseases only present weeks or months after exposure. Our post travel check up offers a 30 minute medical dealing with specific travel health issues eg Bilharzia or stomach problems.

Specialist Medical Consultation

Alternatively a full standard medical covering multiple or individual health issues ( eg stress, chronic fatigue) and general wellbeing may be appropriate. Suitable for UK residents or frequent travellers.

Travel Accessories

Products such as insect repellents, mosquito nets and water purifiers are an important part of your healthcare regime in many destinations overseas. We have a comprehensive range of evidence based accessories available at HealthLink360.

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We stock a full range of vaccinations, anti-malarials and other travel health medications and products

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