Travel Vaccinations

Your Passport to Safe and Healthy Travels

Comprehensive Immunization Services for International Travelers

Embark on your next adventure with peace of mind. Our Travel Vaccinations service offers personalized immunization plans tailored to your destination, ensuring you’re protected against travel-related illnesses. From Yellow Fever to Typhoid, we’ve got your health covered.

List of Available Vaccinations:

Yellow Fever

Hepatitis A & B

Typhoid Fever

Rabies

Meningococcal Disease

Japanese Encephalitis

Cholera

Measles/Mumps/Rubella

Seasonal Influenza

For region or country-specific vaccine recommendations and traveler considerations, we encourage you to access the most current and comprehensive information directly from the Government of Canada’s official travel website. This resource offers valuable insights to help you prepare health-wise for your trip, ensuring you are fully protected against regional health risks and diseases.

*Please note: We do not typically provide travel-related vaccinations without a consultation. Booking a consultation is important to confirm specific needs based on your travel plan. We also provide medications as well for Travellers Diarrhea, Malaria prevention, and Altitude sickness.

How to Prepare for Your Vaccination Visit

Ensure your appointment goes smoothly by bringing your travel itinerary, any previous vaccination records, and a list of current medications.

FAQs for Travel Vaccinations

Kingston Travel Vaccination Clinic

When should I get vaccinated before traveling?

It’s recommended to consult with a travel health specialist at least 6 to 8 weeks before your departure. Some vaccines require multiple doses or need time to become effective.

Do I need travel vaccinations even if I'm traveling to a developed country?

Yes, some vaccinations are recommended regardless of your destination because they protect against diseases that are common in many parts of the world, including developed countries.

Can I receive multiple vaccinations in one visit?

In many cases, yes. Our healthcare professionals can administer multiple vaccines during a single appointment, based on medical guidelines and your specific travel needs.

Are travel vaccinations covered by Canadian health insurance?

Coverage varies depending on your health insurance plan. We recommend checking with your insurance provider. Travel vaccinations are not typically covered by provincial health plans but may be included in some private health insurance plans. We do not do direct billing at our facility but provide the DIN numbers required to submit to insurance.

How can I find out which vaccinations I need for my trip?

The best way to determine your vaccination needs is by booking a pre-travel consultation with our clinic. Additionally, the Government of Canada’s official travel website provides up-to-date information on country-specific vaccination requirements and recommendations.

Are travel vaccinations safe?

Yes, vaccines are thoroughly tested for safety and effectiveness before being approved for use. Side effects, if any, are generally mild and temporary, such as soreness at the injection site or a slight fever.

What if I have a pre-existing medical condition?

Inform our healthcare professionals about any pre-existing medical conditions during your consultation. We will tailor your vaccination plan to accommodate your health needs safely.

How long do travel vaccinations last?

The duration of protection varies by vaccine. Some offer lifelong protection after a series of doses, while others may require booster shots. We’ll provide you with information on the duration of protection for each vaccine you receive.

Can children receive travel vaccinations?

Yes, children can and should be vaccinated before traveling. We offer vaccinations suitable for children and will provide recommendations based on their age, health, and travel destination.

Ready for your next journey?

Book your vaccination appointment today and travel with confidence.