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2 Seafield Road

Inverness

IV1  1SG

Alert Health

01463 710 441

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Travel Health

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We know that protecting your employees’ health when they’re working abroad is paramount. By taking the necessary precautions, you can be confident you’ve provided them with the best protection possible.  At our travel health clinic, our nurses carry out a thorough travel risk assessment, taking into account the intended destination(s), duration of time to be spent there and the type of activity being undertaken during their time abroad.  We will also review your employee’s medical history in order to highlight any risks associated with administering vaccines or with travelling to a particular region. We administer all appropriate and relevant vaccinations, such as the Yellow Fever vaccine, which is mandatory for entry into a number of countries, and anti-malarial prophylaxis during the appointment. We also advise each traveller on any precautions to take in the regions to which they are travelling.

 

Alert Health in Inverness is a designated Yellow Fever Centre, accredited by Health Protection Scotland, and can also provide the following vaccinations as required:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We will provide each traveller with a vaccination booklet which records their appointment date and administered vaccines.  This will also provide a date for when the next vaccination is due.

Hepatitis A vaccination

Hepatitis B vaccination

Diphtheria / Tetanus / Polio vaccination (combined vaccine)

Typhoid vaccination

Rabies vaccination

Measles / Mumps / Rubella (MMR, combined vaccine) vaccination

Japanese Encephalitis vaccination

Tick-borne Encephalitis vaccination

Influenza vaccination

Anti-malarials

We will provide each traveller with a vaccination booklet which records their appointment date and administered vaccines.  This will also provide a date for when the next vaccination is due.

Occupational Vaccines

Certain occupations may carry an increased risk of employees being vulnerable to vaccine-preventable diseases.  Where workers are at significant risk of acquiring a vaccine-preventable disease as a result of their occupation, employers should implement a comprehensive occupational vaccination program and should take all reasonable steps to ensure workers are vaccinated.

Common occupational vaccinations include:

Hepatitis A vaccination

Hepatitis B vaccination

Typhoid vaccination

Cholera vaccination

Influenza vaccination

Diphtheria, Tetanus & Polio (combined vaccine)

Measles, Mumps & Rubella (MMR, combined vaccine)

 

Alert Health Ltd

Registered in Scotland No 465180

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