TravelSafeTM Immunization Clinic will prepare you for your upcoming trip for any destination and type of travel.

We provide all your pre-travel needs:

  • Informative consultations with our experienced registered nurses and doctor

  • Vaccinations adminstered on site

  • Yellow Fever vaccine designated site

  • High quality travel supplies available for sale

  • Travel prescriptions arranged for pick up within 24 hours

Planning a trip?

Before you travel, book an appointment with the TravelSafe Immunization Clinic. We are here to help you have a safe, healthy and enjoyable travel experience.

Our highly trained professionals will provide you with up to date health recommendations so that you can fully enjoy the wonders of your destination with peace of mind.

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Tuberculosis Skin Testing

  • TB Skintest - $45.00
  • $25.00 school or application preparation fee may apply

We will prepare you for the next step in your career!

Required vaccinations administered on site

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TravelSafe TB Skin Test

Tuberculosis Skin Testing – What you need to know!

By Kristin Gagnon RN

Congratulations! You’ve been accepted to that school program or perhaps you got that new job. But before you can start you’ve been asked to complete a TB skin test by your school or employer. No idea what a TB skin test is? Here’s what you need to know.

What is TB?

TB, or tuberculosis, is a bacteria spread through the air when a contagious person coughs, sneezes, sings or talks. TB usually occurs in the lungs but can affect any organ. Medication is available to treat TB.

What is a TB skin test?

The TB skin test is used to detect infection with TB bacteria. The TB test consists of two appointments:

Appointment #1: A small amount (0.1mL) of test substance is injected under the first layer of skin on your forearm. If you have been exposed to TB bacteria your skin will react to form a firm red bump.

Appointment #2: You must return to the clinic 48 to 72hrs later to have your forearm looked at by the nurse. If it is not looked at within 72 hours the result becomes invalid and the test must be repeated. Make sure to arrive on time for your second appointment!

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