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MED3 certificates can now be emailed to you or sent directly to your mobile phone. This saves you coming into the surgery to collect your certificate. Please ensure that when you request your certificate that we have the correct email address and mobile telephone number.
Here are a few of the services we are able to offer our patients with the nurse:
Please be advised that Kelvedon and Feering Health Centre no longer provides a full travel service.
Free Travel Vaccinations
The following travel vaccinations are usually available free on the NHS
These vaccinations will only be administered when you bring written proof from your travel health information provider that you need these for your trip(s). Please also bring any records of previous travel vaccinations.
You must make the initial appointment 6-8 weeks before you travel.
We can no longer advise you on the necessary vaccinations or precautions you need regarding travel health. There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below:
The following sources provide information and advice on travel queries
Once the clinician has referred you to a clinic or outpatient department please allow time for the referral to be received and processed by the team you are referred to.
If you do not receive any communication from the department please contact that department directly. We are not informed of when your appointment is likely to be. If your symptoms worsen however, please do speak to our Reception team.
All clinics and outpatient departments are experiencing delays due to Covid-19 pandemic.
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