Adelaide’s Vaccination and Travel Clinic

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Travelling Soon?  Find out about the travel vaccinations you need to travel safely. 

Book an appointment with one of our a travel health specialists six to eight weeks before your trip. This gives the vaccines enough time to take effect, and allows for subsequent doses, if necessary, in the time leading to your departure.

Based in Adelaide and equipped with experienced staff, our clinic is your all-in-one medical centre for travelling abroad.  Along with offering a wide range of vaccines, you have access to doctors and nurses up-to-date with all current information about the areas you may be travelling to or considering. Visit our clinic to ensure that you have safeguarded yourself from various infections and disease.

 Call 08 8267 3544 for an appointment

Your one stop shop for travel vaccinations, travel kits and health advice

WHOOPING COUGH (BOOSTRIX) VACCINE AVAILABLE

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The availability of Boostrix, the whooping cough vaccine, is limited and not currently in stock in most pharmacies 

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we have it!!

Anyone who will have close contact with a newborn baby should be immunised.  This includes fathers, grandparents, carers and any other adult or child who will have contact in the early weeks of baby's life.  The vaccine should be administered at least two weeks prior to meeting the newborn.

For more information contact our clinic on 8267 3544.

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vivaxim_hero_bar_LR_with_wordsThere is currently a shortage of the combined Hepatitis A and Typhoid vaccine, Vivaxim.

***However, we have plenty in stock***

If you're travelling, we can ensure you are covered!!

 

 Call 08 8267 3544 for an appointment

 Protecting your health should be your #1 priority when preparing to go overseas

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2016 FLU VACCINE AVAILABLE NOW

 Flu vaccination - Fluvax is now available via walk-in

Stop by between 10am & 5pm, Tues, Wed, Thurs or 10am & 3pm Friday.

For more information contact our clinic on 8267 3544.

 

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Travelling to Rio for the 2016 Olympic Games?

There are various precautions and vaccines you should consider if you are travelling to Brazil for the 2016 Olympics. Travellers one year of age or older will be required to present a Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate on return to Australia. If a valid Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate cannot be presented many countries may refuse entry, enforce quarantine or vaccination upon arrival. The yellow fever vaccine can only be administered by an accredited Yellow Fever vaccination clinic such as Travel-Bug. There are several other precautions to consider.

For health advice regarding your trip book an appointment with one of our Travel Health Practitioners.
For more information or to book an appointment contact our clinic on 8267 3544.

Call 08 8267 3544 for an appointment

Receive all your shots for overseas travel in one location

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Thursday, 4th August 2016 at 10:20am

Call (08) 8267 3544 to book in

 

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 Zika Virus

   Confused and worried about the latest travel related health scare?

   Here are some links to answer some of your questions and put you at ease:

WHO: Zika fact sheet 

CDC: Zika Virus Information 

Zika Virus: Myth vs Fact 

What is Zika Virus and how is it spread?

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