I've asked this in this thread: http://www.arrse.co.uk/Forums/viewtopic/t=134616.html but I think it needs raising as a subject of its own. For my Phase1 I have been "Advised" by my joining instructions to be immunised against meningitis and requested to provide written evidence that I have had this or to get an up to date one done. In my case the vaccinations are time expired. My GP has written to me advising that the NHS is not responsible for vaccinations when they are required for "Occupational Health" reasons which they deem this to be - it is after all my employer that is requiring it. Neither will they carry out the vaccination if I pay for it. The Coy office says it is up to my GP , that I should change doctors and that I can't go on the course without it (Next Friday ). The unit MO is being consulted at some point. So, when the Army (my employer) requires me to receive medical attention of some form that I wouldn't otherwise require i.e. for "Occupational" reasons, whose responsibility is it to sort it out and pay for it?