Travel Medicine, Vaccinations & Health Advice
Queen Street Medical Centre offers travel medicine and has travel vaccines available in the clinic.
Reception staff can provide prices on request.
Vaccines for the following diseases are available at Queen Street Medical Centre:
- Diptheria, Tetanus & Pertussis (Whooping cough)
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Herpes zoster (shingles)
- Human pappillomavirus virus (Gardasil)
- Measles, Mumps & Rubella
- Meningococcal B
- Meningococcal A, C, Y, W
- Varicella (chicken pox)
- Yellow fever
Rabies and Japanese Encephalitis can be ordered in on request.
Book Travel Vaccination Appointment
What is a travel health consultation?
During your travel health consultation your Doctor will discuss:
- Required vaccinations
- Risk factors
- Preventative measures
- Review your current health status
Your Doctor will also be able to provide any travel documentation including customs letter and/or proof of yellow fever vaccination.
What to expect
- Please phone reception on (07) 3229 9355 to make an appointment and advise that you require a travel health consultation
- You will generally be booked for a 30 minute appointment with the Doctor for consultation followed by vaccination via one of the Registered Nurses
- You will be charged a consultation fee and the cost of the vaccines (if you have private health “extras” you may be able to claim some of the cost of the vaccines)
- We do ask that you remain in the clinic for 10 minutes after your vaccines to monitor for any adverse reactions
- Your vaccination history can be uploaded to your My Health Record or provided to you as a handout
If you are planning a trip overseas it is always a good idea to check the recommended immunisations for travel. The GPs can provide specific country related travel information and immunisation advice, as well as a medication certificate if travelling with prescription medications. We have the majority of vaccinations required for travel at the Practice, meaning you won’t need to go elsewhere for them.