No. An alternative screening test is available, the TB Quantiferon Gold Test and results for this are usualy available within 48 -72 hours. Detailed information on Tuberculosis Screening with a full explanation of the tests employed can be found on the NHS Choices website http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Tuberculosis/Pages/Diagnosis.aspx
A fully detailed person specific schedule of recommended vaccinations and appropriate advice on malaria preventions is provided at the initial appointment taking into account various relevant factors such as previous vaccinations, trip type and duration and planned activities. General guidance on destination requirements and comprehensive travel health information is available at: www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk/ and www.nathnac.org/travel/
Yes, a copy of all vaccines and other services provided is archived by the clinic and is available for subsequent clinic appointments.
A copy of records held can also be provided on request. Duplicate Yellow Fever or Meningtis ACWYcertificates can be issued if required. A fee to cover administration costs for these services is charged.
The rabies information section under "Diseases and Vaccines" explains this.
We try to offer convenient appointments including some evenings and weekends.
No, not at present and we have no definite date for re-supply.