690 Queen Street East  (Queen St. E & Broadview Ave)  Toronto, ON 



Toronto Travel Vaccine and Immunization Clinic 416-461-2419

The Toronto Travel Vaccine and Immunization Clinic will help you prepare for a healthy and safe trip to any overseas destination. Our doctors expert in travel health and vaccine preventable illness. You and your children will receive advice about required and recommended vaccinations and medications, as well as other tips on how to stay healthy while you are away.

Proper vaccination makes a great vacation!

The following vaccines and medications are available at our Travel Medical clinic:

We also provide advices and prescriptions for the following conditions:

Why Come to the Toronto Travel Vaccine Clinic?

Since 1992, family doctors and pediatricians across the greater Toronto area have been referring their patients to us. Our services are also recommended by the travel industry.

After your visit to our vaccine clinic, we will inform your doctor of any vaccinations you received. Rest assured your medical records are kept as well for your future visits to our clinic.

Yellow Fever Centre

Designated as a Yellow Fever Centre by the government of Canada, our clinic issues an official Yellow Fever Certificate as a proof of immunization so you can obtain your travel visa and/or pass through customs/immigration without problems. We follow the latest recommendations and requirements for all vaccines needed worldwide. In addition the staff and doctors will assist you in any cautioning regarrding information on new diseases and epidemics that may be occurring. The clinic is equipped with the most up-to-date information and patient handouts.

Dr. Mark Doidge, MD Dr. Doidge is the Director at the Travel Vaccine Clinic. Dr. Doidge is a former National Practice of Excellence award winner for physicians in Canada, given in recognition for starting an international relief organization: Canadian Physicians for Aid Relief Canadian Physicians for Aid Relief. This organization brought assistance to 2.5 million people in 7 countries during his tenure. He is also the co-originator of the N.O.R.T.H. Network which evolved into the provincial telemedicine network called the Ontario Telemedicine Network Ontario Telemedicine Network.

In addition to working at the Travel Vaccine Clinic he is the CEO of Cerebral Diagnostics , an Ontario start-up company developing a pain and sensory loss testing robot arm called the Woopecker and a 3D real-time brain imaging system called DECI.