TravelSafeTM Immunization Clinic

will prepare you for your upcoming trip for any destination and type of travel. We are located inside Pharmasave
in Hastings-Sunrise and The Pharmacy Kitsilano.

TravelSafe Immunization Clinic Vancouver opening soon



We're pleased to announce we are opening a second clinic in Kitsilano! We are located inside
The Pharmacy Kitsilano - Pharmasave.
2957 West Broadway (at Bayswater)
Vancouver, BC V6K 2G9

Call 604.251.1975 or email us at




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.

Book an appointment



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

Contact us to learn more


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Before you travel, protect your health.

TravelSafely with TravelSafe Immunization Clinic


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Pertussis (Whooping Cough) is a serious infection of the respiratory tract caused by a bacteria called bordetella pertussis.  It is easily spread through close contact with nose and throat droplets of infected people through coughing and sneezing, sharing cigarettes, food or drinks.

Symptoms are similar to a common cold: runny nose, sneezing, low-grade fever and coughing.  Pertussis can cause a series of severe coughing spells that can continue for 6-12 weeks.  The infection can be spread in the beginning of infection up to three weeks after the cough starts.

The characteristic ‘ whooping cough’ is described as severe, repeated and forceful coughing spells that can end with a whooping sound.  It is more common at night and can cause gagging and difficulty breathing.  Pertussis is serious for infants as the most serious complications and deaths occur in this age group...

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Before you travel, protect your health.

TravelSafely with TravelSafe Immunization Clinic