Travel Health Service

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Why may I need to be vaccinated?

Vaccination can protect you against becoming infected with a range of serious diseases. The childhood vaccination programme in Ireland protects you from a number of diseases, but you may need extra vaccinations if you're planning on travelling to certain parts of the world.

Travel vaccinations can now be given by specially trained pharmacists at participating pharmacies nationwide.

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Travel Health Service

MyClinic GPs provide travel health advice, vaccination prescriptions and malaria prevention that's tailored to you and your trip.

Complete an online Travel Health Assessment for €30. This is reviewed by a MyClinic GP who will advise on any vaccinations and antimalarial tablets you should consider, and issue a prescription if suitable.

Once you complete your Travel Health Assessment you will have the option to book an appointment online at your nearest participating pharmacy to have your vaccinations given by the pharmacist.

Please note that payment for the vaccinations is made when attending your chosen pharmacy. Appointments can be booked from 2 working days after completing your consultation. This is to allow your prescription be sent to your chosen pharmacy.

To complete your Travel Health consultation, you will need:

  • Up-to-date contact details
  • Details of your trip (such as destination(s), dates and planned activities)
  • Details of any medical conditions or medication you are taking
  • History of previous vaccinations if known

Some travel vaccinations may be needed several weeks before your departure date. Ideally you should have your vaccinations six to eight weeks before travelling. To avail of this service you must be 16 years or older.

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What vaccinations are prescribed at MyClinic?

    • Cholera (oral)
    • Hepatitis A
    • Hepatitis B
    • Hep A/Hep B
    • Japanese Encephalitis
    • Rabies
    • Typhoid
    • Hep A + Typhoid
    • Tetanus, Diphtheria & Polio
    • Meningitis
    • Tick borne encephalitis

We also strongly recommend making sure that your childhood immunisations are up-to-date to protect you against diseases like:

Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR)

Diphtheria, tetanus and polio (DTP)

Travellers not sure of their vaccination history should check with their GP.

We currently do not currently prescribe vaccinations for Yellow Fever. If you need vaccination against Yellow Fever you should attend your GP or local travel clinic. For more information on Yellow Fever vaccination click here.

How it works

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Complete an online Travel Health Assessment for €30

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A GP will advise on any vaccinations and antimalarial tablets you should consider and issue a prescription if appropriate

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Receive your travel health advice pack by email, containing the most up-to-date information to help you stay healthy on your trip

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Attend your chosen participating pharmacy to purchase your vaccinations and have them given by a specially trained pharmacist

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