Your West Island Travel Clinic
Personalized travel health services prepare you to travel safely and remain healthy while you’re abroad.
SanoMed will address all of your travel health needs and offer comprehensive consultations with the latest health information and required vaccines or booster shots for travel worldwide.
We will evaluate your immunizations, current medications, and overall health to assess your needs before you travel.
Our specialized nurses are ready to help you prepare for your travels by offering comprehensive recommendations for your pre-trip inoculations that are based on your travel location, length of your stay, medical conditions and type of travel.
Contaminated food or drinks can cause travelers’ diarrhea and other diseases and disrupt your travel.
Precautionary measures for dietary and recreational activities will be advised to avoid illness and injury abroad.
Enjoy Your Vacation Relax Worry Free
Some countries require proof of vaccinations before they’ll allow you to enter the country. Other vaccinations may not be required for international travel but may still be recommended in order for you to avoid contracting a disease or becoming ill.
At SanoMed, we offer a comprehensive array of vaccinations for travel throughout the world, including vaccinations for yellow fever, typhoid, turista and more.
We will review your destination as well as your overall health so we can make recommendations based on pre-existing health conditions and other factors.
We also offer routine vaccinations and booster shots suggested for travel.
Consultations and recommendations are based on risk levels of destinations worldwide. SanoMed will provide a personalized plan of vaccinations, medications and other protective measures to keep you healthy during your travels, no matter where the destination.
Our nurses are knowledgeable about routine and recommended immunizations for safe travel in:
PCR Test & Antigen Test for travellers and individuals are available. Find out more here.
Covid-19 tests are a private testing service, therefore they are not covered by RAMQ.
Appointments are easily set and should be scheduled 6-8 weeks prior to your travel date.
Last minute appointments may be scheduled in the case of emergency travel.
Medical care may not be readily available when traveling. Our knowledgeable travel nurses can help you build a first aid kit for your travels. They can suggest antibiotics for traveler’s diarrhea, antimalarials, and medications for high altitude.
Travel to certain exotic destinations can result in exposure to potentially serious infections and diseases. If you were seriously ill abroad, developed a fever or other travel-related symptoms after your return, a post-travel evaluation is warranted with your primary care physician.