reception@cmed.co.nz 04 801 5228 Level 5, Symes de Silva House, 97–99 Courtenay Place, Wellington

Travel health

Before setting off on your overseas trip it is important to get accurate advice on how to remain healthy whilst you are away. You may also be required to have proof of certain vaccinations before you will be allowed to enter some countries. Organising your travel health needs is complex and involves much more than just getting a few vaccinations. We recommend that you get your travel health organised at least 6 weeks prior to departing.

We are able to provide detailed travel health advice.  Our nurses are trained vaccinators and we can administer the common vaccinations including: Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Diptheria, Tetanus, Pertussis, Typhoid, Polio, Influenza, MMR, Meningitis and Rabies vaccine. Our doctors can prescribe malaria prevention and travel medications where necessary.

A pre travel questionnaire will need to be completed for each person.  Please make sure you complete the form comprehensively.  You may return this to us by email reception@cmed.co.nz or fax 04 801 5229 or alternatively feel free to drop it off.  Once received the nurse will complete your pre travel assessment, this will normally take 2-3 working days to process.  Once your travel recommendations have been confirmed we will call you to make your travel consultation appointment.  The entire visit may take up to 1 hour and will involve doctor and nurse time.  Please note there is a charge for a travel consultation, vaccination costs are additional.  Please click below to download our pre travel questionnaire.

 

 

Please click to view our travel consultation and immunisation pricelist.

 

 

We do not provide Yellow Fever, Japanese Encephalitis or TB (tuberculosis) vaccinations.

You may be interested in looking at the below websites for further travel health information.

www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk

wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel

For further information or to book a travel health/vaccination appointment please phone 04 801 5228 and speak with a practice nurse.