Coronavirus – Pneumonia
If you have a cough and fever, you need to advise Bowmont at the time of booking an appointment so that we can take precautions when you arrive at the office. You will need to identify yourself when you book and arrive at the office.
Click here for Q&A on coronaviruses – World Health Organization (WHO)
Immunization Booklet – Canadian Public Health Agency
Our nurse will spend time going through your vaccine list and transcribe all of your vaccines into one paper booklet. The cost is $15.00
Heading Home Healthy is a program supported by Global TravEpiNet, Massachusetts General Hospital and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Their goal is to help travelers stay healthy when they are returning home to visit friends and relatives. We also are working with travel agents and clinicians to help them prepare international travelers to stay healthy.
Click here for more information on the Zika Virus 2018
If you are pregnant or planning a pregnancy, avoid travelling to zika-affected countries or area.
If you are traveling outside of Canada we recommend a travel consult at least 4 to 6 weeks before your departure.
Our travel consultant will review your itinerary and recommend vaccines specific to your destination. Advice on malaria, altitude sickness and travelers diarrhea will be reviewed. You will be given information on food and water safety, malaria prevention, altitude sickness (if applicable). Vaccines can be given the same day as the travel consult.
Remember to bring any previous vaccine records (Call 403-214-3641 for Alberta Health Services), the names of any medications you are currently taking and a copy of the pre travel questionnaire. Travel consults are not covered by Alberta Health Services.
If you traveling last minute you can still be vaccinated. Appointments are approximately 40 minutes.