Terms and Conditions

 

London Travel Jab- Terms and Conditions

These Terms and Conditions (“Terms”) apply to your use of the London Travel Jab website (“WWW.londontraveljab.co.uk”) and the services provided by London Travel Jab (“We”, “Us”, “Our”). By using the Website or our services, you agree to these Terms. If you do not agree to these Terms, you should not use the Website or our services.

  1. SERVICES London Travel Jab provides a travel vaccination service to individuals who are looking to travel abroad. Our services include providing advice, administering vaccinations, and providing prescriptions for malaria tablets.
  2. APPOINTMENTS To use our service, you will need to book an appointment with one of our travel clinicians. Appointments can be booked via our website, by phone, or in person. We ask that you arrive on time for your appointment, as late arrival may result in your appointment being cancelled or rescheduled.
  3. PAYMENT Payment for our services is due at the time of the appointment. We accept cash and most major credit and debit cards.
  4. CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDS If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, please let us know as soon as possible. We ask that you provide us with at least 24 hours notice, so that we can offer your appointment to another patient. If you do not provide us with sufficient notice, we reserve the right to charge you a cancellation fee.

If you have paid for our services but are unable to attend your appointment, you may be entitled to a refund. Refunds will be given at our discretion and subject to the circumstances of the cancellation.

  1. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY London Travel Jab is not liable for any damages or losses that arise from the use of our website or our services, except where such liability cannot be excluded by law. We are not liable for any indirect or consequential losses, including but not limited to loss of income, profits, or data.
  2. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY All content on the London Travel Jab website, including text, graphics, logos, images, and software, is the property of London Travel Jab and is protected by copyright and other intellectual property laws. You may not use or reproduce any content from our website without our prior written consent.
  3. PRIVACY POLICY By using our services, you agree to our Privacy Policy, which outlines how we collect, use, and disclose your personal information.
  4. CHANGES TO TERMS AND CONDITIONS We reserve the right to make changes to these Terms and Conditions at any time. Your continued use of the Website or our services following any changes indicates your acceptance of the updated Terms.
  5. GOVERNING LAW These Terms and Conditions are governed by the laws of England and Wales, and any dispute arising from them shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.

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Our team of clinicians is dedicated to providing our patients with personalized care that is tailored to their individual needs and travel plans. We take the time to understand your travel itinerary and provide you with the appropriate vaccinations, medications, and health advice to help you stay healthy and safe during your trip.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When should I start thinking about the vaccines I need?

If possible, see the GP or a private travel clinic at least 8 weeks before you’re due to travel.

Some vaccines need to be given well in advance to allow your body to develop immunity.

And some vaccines involve a number of doses spread over several weeks or months.

You may be more at risk of some diseases, for example, if you’re:

  • travelling in rural areas
  • backpacking
  • staying in hostels or camping
  • on a long trip rather than a package holiday

If you have a pre-existing health problem, this may make you more at risk of infection or complications from a travel-related illness.

Which travel vaccines do I need?

You can find out which vaccinations are necessary or recommended for the areas by speaking with one of our travel clinicians.

Some countries require proof of vaccination (for example, for polio or yellow fever vaccination), which must be documented on an International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis (ICVP) before you enter or when you leave a country.

Saudi Arabia requires proof of vaccination against certain types of meningitis for visitors arriving for the Hajj and Umrah pilgrimages.

Even if an ICVP is not required, it’s still a good idea to take a record of the vaccinations you have had with you.

Other things to consider

There are other things to consider when planning your travel vaccinations, including:

  • your age and health – you may be more vulnerable to infection than others; some vaccines cannot be given to people with certain medical conditions
  • working as an aid worker – you may come into contact with more diseases in a refugee camp or helping after a natural disaster
  • working in a medical setting – a doctor, nurse or another healthcare worker may require additional vaccinations
  • contact with animals – you may be more at risk of getting diseases spread by animals, such as rabies

If you’re only travelling to countries in northern and central Europe, North America or Australia, you’re unlikely to need any vaccinations.

Pregnancy and breastfeeding

Speak to a GP before having any vaccinations if:

  • you’re pregnant
  • you think you might be pregnant
  • you’re breastfeeding

In many cases, it’s unlikely a vaccine given while you’re pregnant or breastfeeding will cause problems for the baby.

But the GP will be able to give you further advice about this.

Non-travel vaccines

As well as getting any travel vaccinations you need, it’s also a good opportunity to make sure your other UK vaccinations are up-to-date and have booster vaccines if necessary.

If you have any records of your vaccinations, let the GP know what you have had previously.

People in certain risk groups may be offered extra vaccines.

These include vaccinations against diseases such as:

  • Hepatitis B
  • Tuberculosis (TB)
  • Flu
  • Chickenpox
Are there any side effects of the vaccinations?

As with any vaccination, there may be some side effects. These can include pain, redness, swelling at the injection site, and fever. Serious side effects are rare, and our clinicians will advise you on how to manage any side effects.

Walk in Appointments Available Daily

Most of the weekdays we have travel clinician available on the promises to see you there and then, however if we can’t accommodate on the same day, we will try to arrange appointment at earliest possible time.

Contact us

Call Us

(255) 352-6258

Email Us

Hello@divihealth.com

Our Location

5678 Extra Rd. #123
San Francisco, CA 96120

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