Travel Clinic

  Traveller’s Diarrhea
  Hepatitis A
  Hepatitis B
  Yellow Fever Certification
  Tick Borne Encephalitis
  Japanese Encephalitis
  Measles, Mumps, Rubella
  Flu (Seasonal and Swine)
  Childhood vaccinations

At our travel clinic, we provide up-to-date information for travellers obtained from many respected medical sources like World Health Organization, Public Health Agency of Canada, Centres for Disease Control, USA, International Society of Travel Medicine etc.

All consultations are done by the Physician on staff or the Physicians assistant under direct supervision. Our medical team continually seeks more education and information to provide the most current information to our clients. We also carry all vaccines on premises and some special vaccines can be ordered on a short notice. We are also a designated & approved centre by a Health Canada to provide vaccination for Yellow Fever.

If you are travelling alone or with family or friends, going on a business trip or well deserved vacation or visiting friends or relatives overseas, it is imperative that you talk to our travel health advisor before your trip.

It is best to book your travel consultations at least 6 weeks before departure but getting good advice and possible vaccinations can not hurt even if it is last minus. We accommodate last minute requests for consultation and clients can usually be seen within 24 hours.

Every year, thousands of Canadians travel out of the country for a variety of reasons, ranging from vacation to business. Leaving the security and familiarity of one’s home country involves certain risks. We are fortunate to live in a peaceful and clean country. With the recent advances in healthcare and disease prevention, Canadians enjoy the best living environment in the world. When one travels out of the country, you are however exposed to different environmental risks including diseases that your body may not have sufficient immunity to deal with.

It’s always disheartening to hear of dream vacations cut short because of preventable illness or a person ending up with life long disease, disability or even death that could have been preventable. Most of these diseases can be prevented with good knowledge of avoiding causative factors and fortunately others with appropriate vaccinations.

Some of these illnesses may not have grave consequences for the person infected but can cause serious illness in people with weak immune systems like the elderly or very young who may come in contact with the travellers.

Almost all cases of Hepatitis A, Typhoid, and Malaria diagnosed in Canada every year are found in travellers returning to Canada.