Vaccines

We have all the travel vaccines available for you.  We are a Health Canada yellow fever designated travel clinic.   

**New pricing in effect January 1st 2017.

Tetanus/diphtheria* $0.00 per dose
Tetanus/diphtheria/Polio* $0.00 per dose
Polio* $0.00 per dose
Tetanus/diphtheria/Pertussis $45.00 per dose
Measles Mumps Rubella (MMR)* $0.00 per dose
Pneumococcal 23* $0.00 per dose
Varicella (Chicken pox)* $0.00 per dose 2 dose series
Dukoral (ETEC + cholera), oral, primary $85.00 per dose 2 dose series
Dukoral (ETEC + cholera), oral, booster $45.00 per dose single dose
Hepatitis A adult $65.00 per dose 2 dose series
Hepatitis A child $45.00 per dose 2 dose series
Hepatitis B adult $45.00 per dose 3 dose series
Twinrix (hepatitis A and B) adult $75.00 per dose 3 dose series
Twinrix (hepatitis A and B) child (special order) $45.00 per dose 3 dose series
HPV (Gardasil) $175.00 per dose 3 dose series
Influenza (if not eligible) $25.00 per dose yearly
Japanese Encephalitis $200.00 per dose 3 dose series
Meningitis (ACYW-135) $130.00 per dose single dose
Meningococcal B (Bexsero) $125.00 per dose age dependent
Pneumococcal 13 (Prevnar 13) $125.00 per dose single dose
Rabies $200.00 per dose 3 dose series
Shingles (Zostavax) $190.00 per dose single dose
Typhoid, injectable $45.00 per dose single dose
Typhoid, oral $60.00 per dose single dose
Typhoid and Hepatitis A (Vivaxim) $120.00 per dose single dose
Yellow Fever (requires consult) $135.00 per dose single dose
Other 
Yellow fever certificate replacement $10.00
Replacement immunization record book (don't lose it!) $20.00
School prep/immigration $25.00
Administration fee will apply to certain vaccines $20.00

 

After Vaccination Information

 

The most common side effects of any vaccination can be soreness, redness, or swelling where the vaccine was given. These are mild and usually last for 1‐2 days. On occasion, some vaccines can cause fever, achiness, fatigue and headache.

Apply a cool washcloth or ice pack to the site for local tenderness and take Ibuprofen (Advil) or Acetaminophen (Tylenol) for discomfort and tenderness if needed.

We ask you to stay in the clinic for 15 minutes after receiving your vaccine(s) in case you feel dizzy or experience an extremely rare allergic reaction called anaphylaxis. This may cause hives, swelling of the throat, lips or tongue, or difficulty breathing. There is treatment for this reaction.

Call 9‐1‐1 if this occurs after you leave our clinic. Please report unexpected or serious reactions to your health care provider or our TravelSafe Clinic.

 

*The Medical Services Plan (MSP) of British Columbia does not cover travel related consultation and vaccines.  Vaccines with a price marked with * are provided at no charge under MSP.   An administration fee may apply.

 

For further information on vaccine preventable diseases, please click here.

 

 

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