Fleet Street Clinic

Atta Advisor

Address:
29 Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1AA
Member Number: 20299 Tel: +44 (0) 207 353 5678

The Fleet Street Travel Clinic is one of the foremost independent specialist travel clinics in the UK: we have an international reputation, with many prominent individual and corporate clients. We have a special interest in looking after travellers to Africa, and especially in malaria prevention using all of the latest options. We provide the full range of travel vaccinations, a wealth of information and advice, and tailor-made medical kits and supplies for every situation. People with pre-existing medical problems, last-minute travellers, frequent travellers, expatriates, journalists covering breaking news, and families with small children, are just some of the “high-risk” groups with whom we have special expertise. We also look after people with medical problems on their return. Our objective is to provide state-of-the-art preventive and follow-up care, and to enable our clients to travel anywhere in the world with confidence and peace of mind. About the Fleet Street Travel Clinic Our services include: Personal, expert advice, tailored to your exact itinerary and medical needs, whether you are travelling on business or for pleasure. The full range of travel vaccines, always in stock. (We keep large supplies of all vaccines, to protect our travellers from the effects of periodic vaccine shortages). Yellow Fever vaccination - we are an accredited centre. The latest malaria medication and advice: - backed up by a wealth of experience in caring for travellers bound for the world's most inhospitable places. Up-to-the-minute news and information about malaria, health risks and outbreaks around the world. Customised medical kits and other recommended health-related products. Maximum convenience: consultations by appointment. Call-out team available: ideal for groups, corporate travellers, and families. Post- tropical check- ups and laboratory tests. All in our own, fully-resourced, multidisciplinary medical centre

Where we operate

  • Angola
  • Botswana
  • Egypt
  • Eritrea
  • Ethiopia
  • Ghana
  • Kenya
  • Lesotho
  • Madagascar
  • Mozambique
  • Namibia
  • Tanzania
  • Uganda
  • South Africa
  • Zambia
  • Zimbabwe
  • Zanzibar
  • British Indian Ocean Territory
  • Gambia
  • The

News

15 March 2019

Statement on the Yellow Fever Vaccine

Recent news reports have raised concerns about the Yellow Fever vaccine safety. It is important to understand the risks and benefits. For decades, the yellow fever vaccine was considered to be extremely safe. More recently, however, we have become aware of a low rate of serious adverse effects occurring when older travellers are vaccinated for the first time. The two main types of adverse effects are called YEL-AVD and YEL-AND – the first involves damage to organs such as the liver, and the second damages the nervous system.

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14 March 2019

Statement on the current worldwide Measles outbreaks

MEASLES ON THE RISE: THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION (WHO), HAS REPORTED THAT MEASLES CASES ARE ON THE RISE WORLDWIDE AND IN EUROPE ALONE, OUTBREAKS HAVE SURGED TO A 20-YEAR HIGH. The WHO states that reported measles cases (provided by each country) currently show that about 229,000 cases have already been reported, compared with 170,000 for 2017. Worryingly the 2018 number is likely to rise as the reporting deadline ends April ’19. With a 50% increase in measles cases last year, it is important to understand the benefits of vaccinating against measles:

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03 August 2016

New Rapid Test to Combat Travellers' Diarrhoea

Millions of travellers are afflicted with Travellers’ Diarrhoea every year - resulting in misery, unpleasant health effects, disrupted holidays and travel arrangements, and unanticipated visits to doctors and hospitals abroad. Viruses, bacteria or parasites can each cause similar symptoms but require different approaches. Pinpointing the exact cause – rather than just making an educated guess – is the key to successful treatment, especially if a first attempt at treatment has…

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