Travel consults are privately paid (i.e. NOT covered by MSP).
Consult fees: $50 per person, $45 each for 2 people, $40 each for 3 people and $35 each for 4+ people.
Vaccinations offered: - Hep A (i.e. Havrix 1440, Avaxim): $70 - Hep A for children (i.e. Havrix Junior 720, Avaxim Junior): $50 - Hep A&B (i.e. Twinrix): $80 - Oral Typhoid Vaccine (i.e. Vivotif): $55 - Oral Dukoral Vaccine (box with 2 doses): $90
We also provide other non-travel related vaccinations such as: - Pneumoccocal Conjugate (i.e. Prevnar 13): $130 - Shingles (i.e. Shingrix): $160 per dose, course of 2 doses - Pneumococcal Polysaccharyde (i.e. Pneumovax 23): part of the usual recommended preventative care and provided courtesy of Public Health, free of charge for qualifying individuals (please see below*). - Tetanus Booster (i.e. Td adsorbed): part of the usual recommended preventative care and provided courtesy of Public Health, free of charge - Seasonal Influenza Vaccine (i.e. Fluviral, Fluzone, Agriflu, Flulaval etc): part of the usual recommended preventative care and provided courtesy of Public Health, free of charge for qualifying individuals (for more info please see our Flu Clinics page, or access the Inactivated Influenza (Flu) Vaccine document from HealthLinkBC.ca).
Please call to book your appointment, inquire about vaccine costs and bring your previous immunization records to your appointment.
*Some people are at high risk of getting sick from pneumococcal infections. The vaccine is provided free to these people, including:
seniors 65 years and older; and
residents of any age living in residential care or assisted living facilities.
The vaccine is also provided free to anyone who is 2 years of age and older with the following conditions:
no spleen, or a spleen that is not working properly;
an immune systems weakened by disease or medical treatment;
chronic liver disease, including cirrhosis, chronic hepatitis B or hepatitis C;
chronic kidney disease;
chronic heart or lung disease;
an islet cell or solid organ transplant, or a cochlear (inner ear) implant, or those who are waiting for one;
a stem cell transplant;
diabetes, cystic fibrosis, or a chronic cerebrospinal fluid leak;
an alcohol dependency;
homeless persons; and
users of illicit drugs, especially those who smoke crack cocaine.
A 2nd dose of vaccine is recommended for people with certain medical conditions. Speak with your health care provider to find out if you need a 2nd dose of vaccine and when you should get it. For more info please access the Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Vaccine document from HealthLinkBC.ca.