Rabies vaccine is currently unavailable from the manufacturer and has resulted in a shortage of the vaccine at our travel clinic. The shortage is estimated to be resolved September 2024.

Travel Medicine Consult

Male Silverback Gorilla in Virunga National Park, Congo

What is a Travel Medicine Consult?

The COVID pandemic made travelling hazardous. We as humans are meant to travel so our prime goal is to prepare you for the pitfalls of travel. A thorough and comprehensive travel medicine consult goes a long way in preparing you for your trip. We tailor our advice to your itinerary, style of travel, activities, risk tolerance and balance it with your experience and medical conditions to give you the best advice to make for safe and happy travel.

What do I bring to a travel medicine consult?

Things to bring to your appointment

In order to best accommodate our clients, we see travellers by appointment only. Please plan to visit us a month prior to your departure but we do facilitate last minute travellers. Note cancellations must be made within 48 hours of your appointment

Your Travel Medicine Appointment Checklist

Your health card

Your immunization records

Your travel itinerary

Your family doctor’s contact information

Your list of medications


One person


2 persons


3 persons


4 persons


Each additional


Contact Us

We’re located on the 2nd floor of the Real Canadian Superstore in Kanata