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Travel/ Occupational Vaccines

The travel consulation

Each patient requiring Travel Vaccines are asked to contact our reception staff to book a travel consult with one of our doctors.

  • Travel Consultation includes the following
  • Detailed review of your travel schedule is required.
  • We are members of the Travel Medicine Society of Ireland and in addition to our Health Professional specific software , we can ensure that our travel advice is relevant and tailored to your travel itinerary. We have access to Travel Alerts worldwide as soon as they are released so can give up-to-the-minute advice on health risks in your destinations.
  • Once your vaccination requirements are reviewed the vaccine schedule can begin.
  • Each patient is emailed a comprehensive ‘ travel information pack’ tailored to their specific itinerary.
  • Preventative measures against food and water borne infections, insect bites and sexually and blood-borne infections (Malaria , Dengue fever) are explored.
  • Malaria risk is assessed and medication prescribed.
  • A prescription for essential first aid Travel kit is also provided – including a range of anti- diarrhoeal medications, antibiotic courses and topical creams.
  • Each patient is given a vaccine record card to retain. This is essential for entry to certain countries but will also be useful while away should the traveller become ill.
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