Travel Vaccinations Limerick

Travel VaccinationsWe provide a full range of travel vaccines in Limerick and are an internationally registered centre for Yellow Fever Vaccination. Our doctors are members of the Travel Medicine Society of Ireland and have travelled extensively in destinations such as Europe, India, Nepal, South East Asia, North and South America, Australia and New Zealand. As such they can draw on extensive personal and professional experience to advise you as to the most appropriate travel vaccines for your upcoming trip.

At the time of your travel consult we will also discuss general health advice and precautions, aiming to ensure your trip abroad is as pleasant and safe as possible.
We offer reduced consultation rates for couples who present together (please advise at time of booking) and can arrange group rates if requested in advance.

As most vaccines take a number of weeks to become effective and some vaccines may require repeated doses over a number of weeks or months, we encourage you to book your travel vaccine consult as early as possible.

Useful Links

Irish Consulate – Country Specific Information:
Irish Consulate: - Staying Safe Abroad:
Irish Consulate – What to do in an Emergency:
UK Foreign Office – Country Specific Information:
US Consulate – Country Specific Information:

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