Setting Up a Travel Clinic


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Our Travel Clinic Options

Setting up a travel health clinic has become an increasingly common feature of modern pharmacy. If done properly, running the clinic can prove to be an effective means of bringing in more patients and therefore more money, but pharmacists often report how professionally rewarding they find it to branch out into a new field.

Pharmacists can set up a travel clinic with PharmaDoctor in one of two ways (see below) and the information in this section aims to help pharmacists decide whether implementing a travel health service is right for their pharmacy business and, if it is, which of the two options would best suit them.


ETool - Travel Clinic

  • Online consultations leading to automated recommendations upon conclusion.

  • Doctor's review and prescription issued (To be replaced by PGDs September 2017).

  • Built in medical questionnaires relevant to patient’s itinerary and chosen consultation type.

  • All patient and consultation records stored automatically in pharmacist’s account.

  • Recommended vaccines and/or anti-malarials calculated by ETool.

  • Provides up to date travel health information and advice relevant to destinations, diseases and vaccines.

  • Online training in use of ETool.

  • Links to external resources and extra information embedded in pharmacist accounts.

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PGD - Travel Clinic

  • PGDs for: Atovaquone/proguanil, Cholera (Oral), Dip/tet/polio, Doxycycline, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis A & B (Combined), Hepatitis A & typhoid (Combined), Hepatitis B (for travel and occupational health), Japanese encephalitis, Lariam, MMR, Meningitis (all preparations), Rabies, Tick-borne encephalitis, Typhoid (intramuscular and oral preparations), Yellow Fever

  • Online learning materials in disease awareness via Valneva.

  • Available to all those competent in vaccine administration.

  • Online marketing materials and advice.

  • PGDs with wide inclusion criteria to give pharmacist more autonomy.

  • Pharmacist determines recommended vaccines and anti-malarials, based on PGD and own knowledge.

  • Paper based system – all hard copies of consultation records to be stored at the pharmacy.

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