Sydney PremierX Medical & Health Centre
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309 Pitt Street, Sydney CBD 2000
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Travel Medicine

travel vaccination and medication

We understand how exciting travel can be and how important it is that you are well prepared and properly immunised prior to starting your holiday.

Our doctors can provide comprehensive travel consultations and can advise you what vaccinations are required for all destinations. It is a one-stop-shop for all travel vaccination and medication requirements.

Whatever your destination, we can assist in preparing you for your safe and healthy travel and ensuring your travel health is well managed by providing the most up-to-date international health advice and medical services. Please ensure that you make an appointment with your doctor well in advance as some vaccinations are required to be given over a specific time frame (e.g. 3 or 6 months) and completed in a certain time-frame before departure.

For global information on Travel Vaccinations and Advice, please click Smart Traveller ......

How Long Do Vaccinations Last?


The information below outlines the usual duration of protection once the vaccination course is complete.  For some vaccines, the duration of protection is uncertain.

Vaccine

Duration of Protection

Chicken Pox

Lifetime

Diphtheria

10 years

Flu (seasonal)

1 year

Flu (swine)

1 year

Hepatitis A

Long term

Hepatitis B

Long term

Japanese Encephalitis

Not yet established but possibly up to 3 years

Measles, Mumps and Rubella

Lifetime

Meningitis

2-3 years

Polio

Lifetime

Rabies (pre-exposure)

Long term

Tetanus

10 years

Typhoid

3 years

Yellow Fever

10 years

For further information, please schedule an appointment with one of our Travel Medicine Doctors in the Sydney CBD, please contact Sydney Premier Medical Centre.  

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