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From Tuesday 14th April The Hospital for Tropical Diseases will temporarily move

If you need the Emergency Walk-in Clinic
(for people with fever, rash, diarrhoea within 6 months of returning from the Tropics, or have concerns about rabies), please go to:

The UCLH Emergency Department (ED) on Gower Street, NW1 2BU opposite Euston Square tube station.

Please tell ED staff that you are a returning traveller for the HTD.

If you have an appointment at The Hospital for Tropical Diseases for either:

please go to:
The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Wing (EGA) entrance at 25 Grafton Way, WC1E 6DB and then into Ambulatory care.

Both locations are 5 mins walk from Mortimer Market.

The Hospital for Tropical Diseases (HTD) is the national centre for patients with tropical and infectious diseases.
It is the only NHS Hospital dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of tropical diseases and travel related infections.
The Hospital serves long and short-term travellers, immigrants and refugee populations and those preparing for travel.
We also see a broad range of non-tropical infections from the community and healthcare settings in our infectious diseases clinics, in a rapid and responsive manner.

The services we provide at HTD are:

Travel Health Advice

Get the latest travel health information for each country of the world from the National Travel Health Network and Centre

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Foreign Travel Advice

The UK Government’s latest travel advice by country, including safety and security, entry requirements, travel warnings and health

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Please note that our preferred method of receiving referrals is via NHS e-RS.

From 16th July all new routine referrals from GPs to Consultant-led outpatient services need to be referred via
NHS e-Referrals. Referrals received outside of e-RS will not be processed but returned to the referring GP. This
is in line with the National ‘Paper Switch Off’ Project. This is to ensure we are compliant with the NHS
England 17 / 18 Contract.

Urgent referrals will be processed and a notification will be sent to the GP stating NHS e-RS is our preferred method of receiving referrals.

All referrals are reviewed by a clinician and if it is felt that a patient needs to be seen sooner than the appointment date booked,
the appointment will be brought forward.

Please see temporary treatment locations above.

Patient Enquiries:

Telephone: 020 3447 5959
Please note that we are unable to provide clinical advice over the telephone or via email.

Service Manager:

Dan Lee


GP Enquiries:

Telephone: 020 3447 5959

Fax: 020 3447 9761


For urgent GP advice, telephone 020 3456 7890 and request the contact details for the on-call tropical medicine registrar.

Visit our Online Shop to purchase a wide range of travel-related items such as insect repellents and mosquito nets.

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