The travel health clinic service is for use by those travelling on University business. Activities covered include undertaking research abroad, overseas placements, attending conferences or fieldwork activities. The service does not include personal overseas travel.
The following groups may utilise the service:
|Group||Department to pay?||Individual to pay?||Medical School to pay?||Notes|
|Medical students||Overseas elective placements only|
|Masters students||Who pays will depend on the content of your course and local departmental arrangements. Please check with your department.|
|DPhil students||Who pays will depend on local departmental arrangements. Please check with your department.|
See explanatory note below
Please note: Expeditions
The Expeditions Council requires all official Oxford University expeditions to complete certain medical requirements prior to departure. This includes the appointment of one expedition member as Medical Officer who then attends the University travel clinic for advice on immunisations and antimalarials.
Please note, the University travel clinic is only able to give advice to the Medical Officer, and is unable to administer vaccines or antimalarials for expeditions, or see other team members.
The Medical Officer then shares the travel clinic recommendation with individual members of the expedition who then attend either their own GP or another travel clinic provider for the necessary consultation, vaccinations and prescriptions for antimalarials.