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Travel Health Clinic Information

The Saskatchewan Health Authority Travel Health clinics offer individual risk assessment and consultation, counselling and vaccinations to protect your health during trips outside Canada. These clinics meet the standards of the Public Health Agency of Canada for the Practice of Travel Medicine.

At the SHA Travel Health clinics, registered nurses with specialized training can vaccinate all ages, including children under the age of five – a great option for families planning a trip. Routine vaccines are also offered to children who are not up to date or are due for immunization. Assessment for malaria and altitude illness with prescriptions for recommended medications is available at some of the Travel Health Centres. Some sites have travel health products available for purchase.

Yellow Fever vaccines can only be given at designated Yellow Fever vaccination centres. (In the SHA, Regina and Saskatoon are federally designed Yellow Fever vaccination centres.) Please call ahead to ensure the appropriate vaccines are available.

Legal documentation of vaccinations may be required (i.e. Hajj and Umrah travellers).

Please plan early to allow ample time to complete your vaccination series.


Travel health services, including consultation and vaccinations, are not provincially funded.  The Ministry of Health does not reimburse costs related to privately purchased vaccines. Travelers are responsible for the cost of the consultation services and for each vaccine dose they receive.

SHA Travel Health clinics accept credit cards, debit cards and cash.


Area Name of Clinic Address Telephone Days & Hours of Operation
Tisdale Tisdale International Travel Clinic

Public Health office
600 110thSt., Tisdale
Stall 400,
Tisdale Healthplex
Box 1297,
306-873-3615 Variable days as clinic is open part time

Two days/week during low travel season

Four days per week in high travel season

8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Closed July /August
Athabasca Health Authority Travel health vaccines by public health Stony Rapids 306-439-2200 Public health walk-in clinics
Rosetown & Kindersley Rosetown & Kindersley 409 Highway 4 N.,
Public Health Services, Rosetown
1003 – 1stStreet W., Kindersley
Ext 3/option 3
Yorkton Yorkton Yorkton Public Health
150 Independent St.,
306-786-0600 Every 2ndMonday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Every Wednesday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Every Thursday
10:00 am to 7:00 pm
Saskatoon Specialized Immunization & Travel Health,
North East Health Centre
108-407 Ludlow St.,

By appointment:

Monday to Friday
8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Regina Specialty Immunization & Travel Health Centre 2110 Hamilton St.,

By appointment:

Monday to Friday
8:00 am to 4:30 pm

Please contact your nearest location to confirm hours of operations and available vaccines.

What to bring to your appointment

  • Your Saskatchewan Health Services card
  • A list of your medications and allergies
  • All available immunization records
  • Your detailed travel itinerary, including departure dates, type of travel (backpacking vs resort) and activities planned

Important travel websites

Public Health Agency of Canada Travel Health Information

Government of Canada Travel and Tourism Information

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