Local people are being offered the chance to save money on their holiday costs as the University Hospital of North Tees’ out-patient pharmacy Panacea launches a low-cost, high-quality holiday vaccination clinic.
Panacea, located near the hospital’s main entrance, is now offering a full holiday vaccine service offering protection for travellers to popular holiday destinations from diseases such as malaria, rabies and hepatitis.
Pharmacy superintendent Patrick Russell said: “The world is vast and amazing. And your holiday vaccination is a vital tool for protecting yourself and your family when travelling on the more adventurous holidays. But they can often add up to a lot of money.
“We can now offer significantly lower prices for all common holiday vaccinations which will save real money. And you can spend with the confidence that the funds will be going back in to support the care delivered by your local NHS hospital.
“We can provide private consultations in our pharmacy at the University Hospital of North Tees. We’ll carry out a health review and outline the right medication for your holiday.
We’ll administer any injections and supply any pills there and then. So you can travel in the knowledge that you and your family are protected.”
“It’s all part of the service we’re proud to offer our community.”
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For more information about travel vaccines, visit NHS travel vaccinations.