The Travel Clinic of the University Occupational Health Service provides travel advice, immunisations, and antimalarial prophylaxis to University employees, and specified Non-Employee Eligible Groups travelling on University business.
The reasons for University Business travel may include undertaking research abroad, attending conferences or going on field trips.
The travel service is chargeable to either the individual or the department dependent on circumstances. The Travel Nurse specialist will guide you further in regards to this.
It is extremely important that you contact the Occupational Health department to advise them of pending travel several weeks in advance of your travel date so as ensure enough time for appointments and vaccinations programmes to be carried out where applicable.
You will need to complete the relevant travel health form and send this to Occupational Health. OHS will assess your trip, based on the information provided, and offer an appointment and/or advice if required. As part of this assessment, OHS will look at the activities you will be undertaking and the potential health implications of them on your trip.
Individuals or departments will be invoiced for services provided to either employees or those who fall within one of the Non-Employee Eligible Groups travelling on University business. Prices have been set to be competitive, as well as more convenient, with GP and independent travel clinics. For information about the associated costs, please see Travel Clinic costs.
Occupational Health Services
10 Parks Road
Oxford OX1 3PD
Monday - Thursday: 8.30am to 1pm and 2 to 5pm
Friday: 8.30am to 1pm and 2 to 4pm
Protection of health at work
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