Dr. Allison will ensure you have all your vaccinations, tests and prescriptions in order to ensure your trip goes smoothly. After discussing your medical history and reviewing your itinerary you will receive individualised advice based on the most up-to-date travel medicine information. For your convenience we stock most travel vaccines so that you can receive it during the consultation.
- Hepatitis vaccines
- Antibiotics for traveler’s diarrhea
- Altitude sickness medication
- Motion sickness medication
- Tdap vaccine
- Measles, mumps & rubella (MMR) vaccine
- Polio booster
- Typhoid vaccine
- Meningococcal vaccine
- Varicella (chickenpox) vaccine
- Influenza (seasonal)
- Rabies vaccine
- Yellow fever vaccine
- Japanese encephalitis vaccine
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We generally recommend travelers initiate the vaccination and immunization process six weeks prior to departure in order to allow adequate time. If you’ve just booked a spontaneous trip, however, we do offer last-minute travel support. To build immunity, we recommend receiving your recommended vaccinations and immunization at least two weeks before your trip.
Repeated vaccination is not harmful, so if you aren’t sure whether you’ve had a particular required travel vaccine, your safest course of action is usually to receive it before your trip.
If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or planning on becoming pregnant, some vaccines and medications may not be appropriate for you. Our team can help guide you in the right direction by reviewing your itinerary and determining whether we can provide a prescription, or whether a specialized travel clinic visit would better suit your needs.