If you are planning a trip outside Mauritius, please ensure that you and your loved ones are protected. You may run the risk of contracting a disease while travelling; it is even possible you may pass on an infection to your family on returning. Travellers with an illness, recent medical intervention or those on medical devices should have a pre-travel consultation to optimise safety.
The Travel Clinic can help to protect your health whilst travelling out of the country and upon your return home. We receive the latest travel and destination information on a regular basis, so you can seek help and advice from professionals that is up-to-date and in line with the latest issues and requirements. We also provide advice and prescribe medications for travellers with medical conditions.
- Pre-travel consultations and fit-to-fly assessment
- Travel vaccinations
- Yellow Fever vaccination: Wellkin Hospital is a recognised WHO Vaccination Centre
- Diagnostics and investigations
- Post-travel consultations
How do I use the Travel Clinic?
Please call the Travel Clinic, preferably 6 – 8 weeks before you travel, giving us adequate time to provide the recommended vaccines. Call us on 605-1000 or send a request for an appointment by email – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please have the following information available when you visit the clinic:
- Travellers with medical conditions should provide information on recent medical and surgical interventions, and the use of any medical devices
- A list of all the medications you take
- Dates of departure and return to Mauritius
- Immunisation history
- A list of all countries to which you will be travelling (including countries in transit)
- Students travelling overseas for studies must provide a list of medical tests.
Travellers who cannot arrange consultations 6 to 8 weeks in advance are encouraged to call for an appointment at the clinic as soon as possible.
If you are travelling to one of the many tropical or subtropical countries where malaria is endemic, we will provide anti-malarial medication (malaria prophylaxis), educational literature and recommendations on avoiding insect-borne illnesses. To prevent gastrointestinal disorders, we offer advice on avoiding food-borne illnesses and may recommend anti-diarrhoeal medication. Travellers on their own medications are advised to take an adequate stock of medications with valid prescriptions. Some travellers may require prophylaxis against deep vein thrombosis on long haul flights.
- Yellow Fever
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Hepatitis A & Hepatitis B
- Typhoid Fever
- Human Papilloma Virus
- Rabies Vaccine
09h00 – 16h30 at the Health and Wellness Centre located on the ground floor
For travel advice and recommendations, please consult the following websites: