By appointment only.
Approximately 45 minutes long.
REVISION OF THE VACCINATION RECORD
Should you get vaccinated? Meet with a nurse to make sure your basic immunization is up to date. In some cases, booster doses are necessary to ensure optimal protection. Your immunization record will therefore be up to date before your departure.
RISK FACTOR ASSESSMENT
The vaccines you should receive will vary depending on several factors: your age, state of health, lifestyle, vaccination history, destination, and the conditions under which your trip will take place.
Prevention measures are not the same for all types of stays; they vary according to the region and the health and hygiene conditions of the country visited. In order to travel in good health, plan a personalized meeting with a nurse trained in travel health, who can offer you valuable advice tailored to your destination.
Depending on your destination, the pharmacist may prescribe medication to prevent malaria (malaria), to prevent altitude sickness or to treat traveler's diarrhea.
First aid supplies and medicines are not always accessible in other countries. Our staff will advise you so that the contents of your kit are adapted to your destination and the conditions in which you will be traveling.
Meet with a nurse who will assess your needs and administer the necessary vaccines before you leave. Make an appointment at one of our branches.