1 Drings Close, Over, Cambridge, CB24 5NZ
Telephone: 01954 231550
Wednesday 24th May 2023 Wednesday 26th April 2023 surgery afternoon closure Surgery closure for staff training – Wed 29th March 23 Newsletter 6 on Building works Surgery closure for staff training – Wed 22nd Feb Newsletter 4 on Building works Newsletter 3 Newsletter 2 on Building works New extension and refurbishment works – update 1 Enhanced access to GP, Nurse & HCA appointments on a Saturday at Over Surgery
Over Surgery provides a travel vaccinations service, which includes a detailed assessment of which vaccinations are required – if you are travelling abroad please start by completing the form below and return it to the surgery via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We may need up to 8 weeks notice of your travelling arrangements so that we have time to order any special vaccines and so that you can receive a full course of any multiple vaccinations that may be required – so please give us as much notice as possible.
It would be useful if you could take a look at the Travel Health website http://www.travelhealthpro.org.uk before your appointment. This website gives information about the latest travel alerts and you can also access the vaccination advice for the country you are travelling to. This will enable you to make informed decisions during the consultation. Please be aware that some vaccinations require a series of injections at intervals prior to travel.
If you require urgent advice/vaccination, we will do our best to offer you an appointment, but if this is not possible please see the Masta website https://www.masta-travel-health.com
to find a local clinic.
Please click here for the travel vaccination price list
We offer advice and vaccinations – we are an accredited yellow fever vaccination centre. Fill in and submit the online form at least 8 weeks before you travel – some vaccinations involve courses of several injections to give you complete cover. Most vaccines are held in stock; however, some have to be ordered. Please note that we do have to charge for vaccines which are not available on the NHS.