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999 Balmoral Street
Thunder Bay, ON
P7B 6E7
Phone: (807) 625-5900
Toll-Free: (888) 294-6630
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Travel Clinics

Travel Clinic Information

Location        999 Balmoral Street
Phone 625-5900 or 1-888-294-6630

 

Travel Clinic Hours

Wednesday     1:00pm to 6:00pm         Routine Travel Vaccines
Thursday 9:00am to 11:20am  Specialty Travel Vacines

Clinics are appointment based. Please call and make an appointment.

 

Protect Yourself and Your Family When Travelling

If you are planning a trip out of the country, contact the Travel Clinic as soon as possible to make sure you have enough time to get the vaccines you need.

NOTE: For the months of June, July and August, the Travel Clinic is held every 2 weeks. Please book an appointment at least 2 months in advance.

 

UPDATED TRAVEL WEBSITE

  • Important travel information can be found on the updated Foreign Affairs website - click here

 

Other important sources of information before you travel:

  • Travel Health Notices on the Public Health Agency of Canada's website
  • Travel Reports & Warnings on the Foreign Affairs website

 

Learn more by clicking on one of the links below:

 

How do I contact the Travel Clinic?

Please call the following numbers:

  • 625-8342
  • 625-5905
  • 625-5990

You can also call toll free at 1-888-294-6630.

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What are the clinic hours?

The Health Unit holds a Travel Clinic each Thursday from 9:00-11:20 a.m at 999 Balmoral Street. You must make an appointment.

During the months of June, July and August the clinics are held every two weeks on the Thursday morning.

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Are there fees?

There are costs associated with each vaccine as well as a doctor’s consultation fee. Click here for the most current list of vaccine fees.  

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Do I need malaria protection?  

The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) reminds travellers that malaria transmission occurs in over 100 tropical and subtropical countries around the world.

If travelling to any of these areas, you may be at risk.

  • Most of sub-Saharan Africa and limited areas in Northern Africa (most malaria cases and deaths occur in sub-Saharan Africa).
  • Large areas of South Asia, Southeast Asia, and some parts of East Asia.
  • Areas in South and Central America as well as the Caribbean, including parts of Mexico, the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
  • Limited areas in the Middle East, as well as limited parts of Europe.
  • Papua New Guinea and in parts of other small islands in the Oceania region.

Risk can change based on season (rainy/dry), location (rural/urban), and altitude.

Click here for a link to the World Health Organizatin (WHO) website which provides information on countries where malaria is a concern. Please discuss this information with your doctor. Please call the Health Unit with any questions.

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Do I need dengue fever protection?

Dengue fever is spread to humans by mosquitoes. It is the most common cause of fever for those travelling back from the Carribean, Central America and South Central Asia. 

No vaccine is available, so it is important to minimize the risk by practicing protective measures to avoid insect bites and to use mosquito repellent with DEET. Click here for more information about preventing bites.

Click here for a copy of the Global Update on Dengue Fever from the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC).

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Are there other sources of travel information?

For Travel Health Advisories from the Public Health Agency of Canada, click here.

For a Travelling Outside Canada Fact Sheet from the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, click here. 

For information that is important to Canadians going abroad, visit the  Foreign Affairs website by clicking here.

For more information about appropriate immunization for the destination that you are travelling, please visit the Centre for Disease Control site by clicking here.

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Last Updated: 2/26/2015

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