About Travel Health Services
The Travel Health Clinics are a part of the Saskatchewan Health Authority's Primary Health services. We provide travel health education and immunization services to assist travelers to stay healthy while traveling internationally. The clinics across Saskatchewan meet the standards of the Public Health Agency of Canada for the Practice of Travel Medicine.
The Clinic Consists of a Team of Travel Medicine Health Professionals:
- Registered nurses with specialized training in all aspects of Travel Health. Many have certificates from the International Society of Travel Medicine (ISTM).
- Physicians with advanced training in travel medicine and traveler's health issues.
One stop shop. No doctor referrals necessary. Vaccines available on site!
- Provide a full range of travel and immunization services including counselling and administration of required, recommended and provincially funded immunizations.
- Please call and book an appointment as soon as you know your itinerary.
- To view available vaccine list, click here: Vaccines and Vaccine Information Sheets.
- Assessment of travel health needs based on travel destination, length of stay, accommodations, activities, and present health status.
- Saskatoon and Regina clinics are Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) designated Yellow Fever Vaccination Centers.
- Assessment for risk of malaria and provide prescriptions for recommended medications.
- Provide current country specific printed travel reports and access to travel advisories for ongoing worldwide health concerns.
- Health information and counselling through face-to-face discussions with a nurse and printed materials on general travel related issues, such as food and water precautions, insect precautions, traveler’s diarrhea, and specific health concerns while travelling such as pregnancy, diabetes and heart disease.
What to bring to your appointment:
- Your Saskatchewan Health Services card
- A list of your medications
- All available immunization records, including your travel immunization booklet (if received immunizations at a doctor's office, pharmacy or out of province)
- Your detailed travel itinerary
Payment is required at the time of appointment for travel vaccines and prescriptions given. Travel health services are not provincially funded. Receipt with vaccine DIN numbers will be printed for Private Insurance claims.
If you have not purchased a vaccine or paid for a prescription assessment, there will be a minimum $90 assessment fee.
We accept payment by cash, debit, Visa or Mastercard.