“The aim of Sussex Travel Clinic is to provide a consistent and high quality service to clients seeking travel vaccinations and health advice prior to travelling abroad. We do this by providing a professional, friendly and welcoming environment to all our clients and staff at our two clinics located in East and West Sussex. Our experienced nursing team help clients make informed choices when it comes to protecting themselves from illnesses acquired through travelling overseas.’
Sussex Travel Clinic Mission Statement
Sussex Travel Clinic is a nurse-led immunisation centre. Sussex Travel Clinic provides travel health advice, travel vaccinations, malaria tablets and has an on site travel gear shop selling quality travel accessories such as mosquito nets, insect repellents and travel first aid kits.
Sussex Travel Clinic is registered with the Care Quality Commission and is licensed to see children and adults. Read our latest CQC inspection reports-
Sussex Travel Clinic is a member of the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), the British Travel Health Association (BTHA), The Faculty of Travel Medicine ( RCPSG) International Society of Travel Medicine (ISTM), International Society of Infectious Diseases (ISID) and is a registered Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre.
Suite 2, 30 The Drive, Hove, BN3 3JD. Tel: 01273 749100
23 Farncombe Road, Worthing, BN11 2AY. Tel: 01903 254774
21a Brand Street, Hitchin, SG5 1JE
Jane has 22 years’ practical experience in travel health. Jane has worked as a practice nurse in Brighton and Shoreham. Her interest in travel health began when she was a travel health advisor at the MASTA clinic in Brighton. Jane has a love of travel and in the past has been backpacking across the world including Thailand, Europe and Africa.
In 2016 Jane passed the International Society of Travel Medicine Certificate in Travel Health (ISTM) and also passed the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow membership exam to become a Member of the Faculty of Travel Medicine.
Nicki Harrison RGN- Travel Clinic Lead Nurse
After completing her nurse training in Sussex, Nicki gained varied nursing experience in acute care setting and specialised in Accident and Emergency nursing. Nicki then went on to qualify as a children’s nurse and worked with sick children and premature babies in London and Brighton. Nicki developed her interest in travel health when working as a practice nurse in Brighton for 9 years, helping to develop some GP travel health services within the city. She joined Sussex Travel Clinic in 2010 and has really enjoyed extending her role in travel health nursing.
Janet qualified as a RGN in 2003 and worked on a surgical ward for 5 years. Following this she became a practice nurse where she developed an interest for travel. Janet is new to the team and looks forward to gaining knowledge and specialising in all aspects of travel health.
Margaret loves travelling through Europe and the Far East with her husband. She has set her sights on Nashville as she is a Country and Western fan. Margaret has worked as a nurse in hospitals, the community and the workplace as an occupational health nurse. Margaret particularly enjoys working in travel health as people are happily anticipating their holidays and are keen to find out about travel health risks, vaccinations and antimalarial.
After many years working as an Emergency nurse, Sam has recently embarked on a new journey in travel health. She has travelled extensively and completed a certificate in Tropical Disease medicine at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Diseases early in her career. Sam has helped to set up operating theatres and clinics for an ophthalmology charity that provides sight saving operations in the Bolivian jungle for the past 3 years. She has also trained as an Integrative psychotherapist.