Are you planning to travel in the coming weeks? Then it is the right time for you to schedule an appointment with us at Northern British Columbia Travel Health and Vaccination Clinic (NBCTHVC).
At NBCTHVC, our goal is to safeguard your journey with necessary vaccinations, prescriptions, and travel health advice. For instance, there is a risk of contracting malaria and yellow fever while travelling to Africa or South America. These diseases can be fatal; hence it is wiser to take precautionary measures.
To ensure proper vaccine coverage, you should preferably contact our health clinic six weeks before departure. You can also come to us for non-travel medical services, including TB screening (Tuberculosis), flu shots and more.
Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions. If you still have a query, feel free to reach out to us.
How Can I Book an Appointment?
You can call us to schedule a travel assessment or a nurse-only appointment.
Please fill out the questionnaire for an email consultation. We will get back to your emails within three to five working days. However, in case of an emergency, contact us right away.
What Should I Bring to a Consultation?
While visiting us, please carry the following:
Previous vaccination records
List of your current medications
Care Card or BC Services Card
Method of payment (Visa, MasterCard, debit, or cash)
You can save time by filling out this questionnaire and bringing it with you to your appointment.
What Is Your Cancellation Policy?
We need a 24-hours notice to cancel an appointment.
What Is Your Late Policy?
If you are 10 minutes late, the clinic staff may have to reschedule your appointment.
Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
By appointment only
In case you are planning a school trip, please contact our head nurse and inquire about group bookings.
Once you have scheduled your appointment with one of our doctors, kindly fill out our travel form before visiting us. This will accelerate the process and save your time.
Click here to download your travel form.