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Didsbury Travel Clinic

Here at the South Manchester Travel Clinic we offer a range of vaccinations, travel accessories and free expert advice. Whether you are travelling for business or pleasure we offer tailored services and advice for all.

Located in the heart of Heald Green village just a minute’s walk from the health centre, we are just 500 yards from Heald Green train station and a 5 minute journey away from Manchester Airport. In addition to the local amenities and useful transport links there is plenty of space to park for FREE making your journey to us even more convenient.

Our flexible opening times and online consultation form are ways in which we aim to save you time and make the preparation for your travels as stress-free as possible. In addition we offer a completely FREE consultation along with expert advice and competitively low prices on all of our vaccinations and travel accessories.

More information regarding our services and what to expect from our travel clinic is located within the ‘About Us’ section of this website.

If you have any queries regarding the information on this site or making an appointment please do not hesitate to contact us.

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Greater Manchester
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