By Haddenham Webteam - 28th July 2015 12:30pm
JMW Vicary Pharmacy, located next to Haddenham Medical Centre, is now offering a travel clinic service to all travellers.
This enables you to get travel vaccinations, anti-malaria tablets and travellers' diarrhoea treatment packs without having to see a doctor face-to-face. In providing this service, JMW Vicary is working alongside Masta — the largest network of private travel clinics in the UK.
How does it work?
Travellers can call 0330 100 4200 and book a consultation with one of Masta's specialist travel nurses prior to visiting JMW Vicary pharmacy to receive their vaccinations/anti-malarials from a pharmacist.
Customers can have a face-to-face consultation or can have their consultation via telephone from the comfort of their own home.
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