Travelling with Medication

Due to new criteria, if you require a GP letter for travelling with medication, you will need to make this request in writing, AT LEAST 4 WEEKS in advance.

The following information will need to provided by the patient:

- Name and passport number

- Dates of travel to each destination, including flight details

- The name of the prescribed drug(s)

- Total quantity and dose needed for travel

- If the medication will be required DURING the flight


Travel Claims

When supplying a Travel Claims form, please ensure that you attach a separate sheet of paper with the following information:

- Dates of the trip (departure and arrival) 

- Reason why trip is cancelled

Without this information, processing the paperwork may be delayed. 

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