Don’t leave it until the last minute to get any of your travel vaccines, as your body needs to develop immunity after the vaccine. This can take up to 2 weeks, and some vaccines require repeat after 1-2 weeks so preferably give yourself a couple of months before travelling.
Bring a list of your destinations. If you have any records of previous vaccines bring them along, as this might save you some pain and money.
To prepare for your consultation, the Center for Disease Control has a useful website, where you can search for information about your destination. It will provide more tailored information about recommended vaccines. It also provides details about malaria. This includes information by country about malaria risk.
Erskineville Doctors is now accredited to administer Yellow Fever vaccine. This vaccine is required for travel to some countries in South America, Central America, the Carribean and Africa or your doctor can advise you about recommended vaccine schedules and prescribe these vaccines.
Hepatitis A $80
Hepatitis A/ Typhoid $160
Hep A/ Hep B $100
Hepatitis B $35
Yellow Fever $125