Providing Quality Travel Medicine since 1997.
Opening Hours : By Appointment Only
Contact : 705.727.1116
Huronia Travel Clinic provides individualized consultations and services to provide pre-travel advice that will help you to plan a healthy and enjoyable trip. Let our experts advise you on any health concerns with your chosen destination or what travel vaccines and prescriptions are recommended for your trip.
The consultation is a detailed review of your trip plans. Each traveller is unique in terms of health and travel plans: the consult is not a one destination fits all process. Huronia travel clinic staff will provide you with current and individualized travel requirements and recommendations for your trip.
Travel vaccines are required or recommended, based upon presence of local
disease and outbreaks, natural disasters and civil unrest. Health, age and past
immunizations are also important factors we consider in the consultation. We
will help you to prioritize which vaccines are most important.
There is currently a national shortage of some common travel vaccines. The vaccines affected by the shortage currently include Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B and Rabies. All of these vaccines are recommended vaccines and not necessarily required vaccines for travel. Information in our consultation will be provided about other methods of prevention to help reduce risk of disease. We regret the inconvenience this manufacturer shortage may cause.
After reviewing your itinerary, Huronia Travel Clinic will provide you with information on current health issues and what prescriptions or medications you might need. A health history is taken to help determine if a prescription for medication might be needed to prevent for example malaria, travellers diarrhea or altitude illness.
Proudly providing Simce County with thorough, honest travel advice for 20 years!
Dr Chris Gall joined the Huronia Travel clinic in 2014. Dr Gall completed his Family Practice Residency progam at the Univerisity of Toronto, Barrie/RVH site in 2014. Dr Gall has an undergraduate degree in immunology and has a special interest in vaccines and travel medicine. Dr Gall is a member of the International Society of Travel Medicine and holds a Certificate on Travel Health for the ISTM Body of Knowledge.
Dr Stanford is a family physician who has practiced in Barrie for many years and has a special interest in travel medicine. He regularly attends international travel medicine conferences and is a member of the International Society of Travel Medicine (ISTM), holds a Certification in Travel Health from the ISTM Body of Knowledge Exam, and is a speaker for local health care providers on the topic of travel medicine.
Laurie Stanford is a Registered Nurse and member of the International Society of Travel Medicine (ISTM), holds a Certification in Travel Health from the ISTM Body of Knowledge Exam, and regularly attends travel medicine conferences. Laurie has been a part of the Huronia Travel Clinic team since day one. Laurie is involved in the consultations and provides the injections with ease and professionalism.
"We have used the services of the Huronia Travel Clinic for the past 7 years as part of our International Mission Trips program at our school. We have taken over 200 students on trips to Kenya, Ghana, Nicaragua, Tanzania and India and Huronia Travel Clinic has been our medical consultants for all of these experiences. They are thorough, patient and very accommodating and have earned the trust of not only our travelers, but their parents."
"In the past ten years I have taken hundreds of students, both high school and university, on service trips to Africa, Ecuador and India. All of my students have used Huronia Travel Clinic for their pre-trip immunization, general health care and travel advice. 100% of the participants have arrived back home both happy and healthy. I can't help but think how hard it is to improve on 100%. Using Huronia Travel Clinic gives me one less thing to worry about."
"I visited Huronia Travel Clinic on 3 occasions for trips to Kenya and Rwanda, Bhutan and Tanzania. I received clear, comprehensive and specific advice in a friendly manner from Dr Stanford. Appropriate prescription and non-prescription medications kept me safe and healthy while away. The clinic also reviewed my vaccination records and provided required booster shots. I highly recommend the services that Huronia Travel Clinic offers!"
We do our best to keep you up to date with Travel Destination news and health concerns. For the most recent news, visit our links page for information from the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), Center for Disease Control and the World Health Organization.
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