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Canadian Travel Clinics – Travel Vaccinations Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario


Canadian Travel Clinics owns and runs health centres that specialise in travel jabs in Alberta, British Columbia & Ontario. If you need to get shots for a trip abroad, make an appointment at one of our state-of-the-art clinics.

Whatever vaccines you need for overseas travel, make an appointment at our Calgary travel clinic or our Edmonton branch. We can help you with same-day travel health appointments and we can provide travel jabs last-minute.

Our travel clinics in Calgary Toronto, Vancouver have a convenient downtown locations between. We will soon also have a travel clinic & Travel health centre in Edmonton downtown with more clinics opening soon Canada Wide. We aim to open Canada-wide Travel clinics with an ambition to serve every major city and town in Canada to cater Travel Vaccinations needs of local residents. 


Will I need injections for my trip abroad?

At your appointment with Canadian Travel Clinics one of our travel health nurses will take a look at your travel plans and take some information about your health and lifestyle. This will help them create a tailored regime of vaccines and shots. This might include Stamaril to protect you against yellow fever or a course of Dukoral against cholera.

Wondering where to get malaria tablets in Alberta?

Do you need malaria prophylaxis for your holiday in the Caribbean? Our nurse advisers can help you to work out when to start and stop your malaria tablets. They will also give you tips on avoiding insect bites.


Travel jabs in Alberta

Canadian Travel Clinics provides a full range of travel vaccinations, including:


Why make an appointment with Canadian Travel Clinics?

If you need travel shots in Alberta, here’s why you should come to us:


Our travel health advisers are experienced healthcare professionals

Canadian Travel Clinics’ nurses specialise in keeping travellers safe and have the knowledge and experience to give you the best possible advice and the skills to administer all your shots. They can anticipate your needs, whether you are travelling to visit family and friends, for business or for a holiday.

We can help with last-minute travel jabs

Whether you are responding to an emergency or taking advantage of a time-limited deal, Canadian Travel Clinics can help with your last-minute travel jabs in Alberta. We can provide an accelerated schedule for some vaccines, or we can provide advice on minimizing risk.

Convenient locations

Our travel clinics are conveniently located across Alberta in Calgary and soon to be opening in Edmonton, Fort McMurray, Medicine Hat, Okotoks and Red Deer.

Late and early travel vaccination appointments

Canadian Travel Clinics has appointments at the start and end of the working day so that you don’t have to be out-of-office. In some cases same-day travel vaccinations may be available.


Our travel advice appointments are longer

We like to give our expert travel health advisers plenty of time to ensure you get the best possible advice. This is why Canadian Travel Clinics offers 30-minute appointment slots. If you have a complex trip planned (more than three destinations) or if you know you have complex health needs, ask for a back-to-back appointment.

Canadian Travel Clinics has an online booking system

Our booking system allows you to make a travel vaccination appointment at any time and without speaking to anyone. Choose your nearest clinic, Calgary or Edmonton, to get started. Or you can make an appointment by phone if you prefer!

Best value for money

Our professional travel healthcare advisers can work out a regime for you that represents excellent value for money. Our prices are competitive, and we may also be able to recommend a booster to ensure you are protected for longer.


What travel vaccinations does Canadian Travel Clinics provide?

For travel vaccines in Alberta, make an appointment with Canadian Travel Clinics. Our travel health centres in Alberta provide a full range of vaccination and advice services, including support for anti-malarial regimes.



The bacterial infection cholera causes vomiting and diarrhea, which can result in dehydration and electrolyte imbalance. There is an oral vaccine, Dukoral, taken in tablet form that protects against cholera for two years. Read more about vaccination against cholera.


Hepatitis A

Travellers can contract hepatitis A through contaminated food and water. It causes inflammation of the liver. Canadian Travel Clinics can administer a course of hep A vaccine shots that will give 25 years of protection.


Japanese encephalitis

Anyone travelling to Southeast Asia should ask whether they are at risk from Japanese encephalitis (JE) and, if so, take steps to avoid this mosquito-borne illness. JE is a viral disease that can leave patients with neurological damage. The Japanese encephalitis vaccine provides a good degree of protection, and needs to be supported by mosquito avoidance.



An untreated rabies infection results in death. Getting vaccinated against rabies gives you vital extra time to obtain medical help following a bite from an infected animal. The rabies vaccine will be recommended to travellers going to a country where rabies is endemic who plan to visit remote areas or work with animals.



Typhoid, a contagious and sometimes fatal food-borne infection, is the result of Salmonella bacteria growing in the intestines and in the blood. The typhoid shot is recommended for travellers going to parts of the world with poor sanitation. Canadian Travel Clinics can offer typhoid vaccination as a shot or an oral vaccine. It is also available in combination with the vaccine for hepatitis A, which can represent good value for money for some travellers.


Diphtheria, tetanus and polio

A single shot of Revaxis will boost your body’s defences against diphtheria, tetanus and polio, three dangerous diseases. You may already be protected under the Canadian vaccine schedule – but a booster may be needed every decade or so. See Canadian Travel Clinics’ vaccine pages for more information about diphtheria, tetanus and polio.


Hepatitis B

The viral liver disease hepatitis B is a risk for certain travellers. A course of the vaccine provides long-term protection from hepatitis B.


Meningococcal meningitis

About 5-10% of meningococcal meningitis patients die, often within 48 hours. It affects the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord. The meningococcal meningitis vaccine is given in one shot and confers immunity for five years.


Tick-borne encephalitis

If you will be engaging in outdoor activities in Scandinavia, northern Asia and Eastern Europe, the nurse advisers at Canadian Travel Clinics may recommend a shot against tick-borne encephalitis (TBE). This viral illness can leave patients with permanent neurological damage.


Yellow fever

A shot of the vaccine Stamaril can protect against yellow fever for life. Along with your shot you will get an international certificate of yellow fever vaccination. Keep this card safe as you will need it to enter some countries. Talk to your travel health adviser to find out whether this applies to your itinerary before you leave Alberta.


How to book an appointment with Canadian Travel Clinics

Booking an appointment with Canadian Travel Clinics is easy! Book online right now or call tel: +1 888 672 0005. We like to be transparent about how much travel vaccines cost at our Alberta travel clinics, so do take a look at our prices page.