What to do before you arrive to the Travel Vaccine Clinic.
Before your appointment we ask that you complete and return the Client Intake Form which will be emailed to you following your booking.
After your consultation you may wish to contact your medical insurer to ask them about any coverage that you may have for your recommended vaccinations. For your convenience below are the Drug Identification Numbers (DIN) for the vaccinations we carry.
We understand that preparing for your journey is crucial to ensuring a safe and enjoyable travel experience. To help you make the most of your trip, we have compiled essential information and recommendations to consider before you embark on your adventure. Please take a moment to review the following points:
Destination-specific Travel Advisories: Check for any travel advisories or alerts issued by your country’s government or international organizations for your intended destination. These advisories provide important information regarding safety, security, health risks, and any ongoing emergencies or conflicts in the region.
Vaccinations and Immunizations: Book your travel consultation with any of our travel vaccine clinics located in Toronto, North York, Etobicoke / Mississauga in order to determine which vaccines are recommended or required for your destination. Certain countries may have mandatory vaccination requirements, such as the yellow fever vaccine or meningitis vaccination, while other countries may have recommended immunizations based on the prevalent diseases in the area. Our travel clinic professionals can guide you on the necessary vaccines and dedications and administer them during your appointment.
Travel Health Insurance: Ensure you have adequate travel health insurance coverage for the duration of your trip. This insurance should include medical coverage, emergency evacuation, repatriation, and trip cancellation/interruption coverage.
If you have medical insurance, (other then OHIP) review the policy details carefully to understand the scope of coverage and any exclusions. Find out what your insurance policy covers you for the vaccines and medications needed for you trip. When calling your private insurance company about your coverage, you will be askes about the DIN (drug identification numbers of the medications and vaccines. To find this information please visit https://travelvaccineclinic.ca/drug-identification-number-din/