There is a shortage of the yellow fever vaccin in the Netherlands at this moment. Because of this, we will vaccinate yellow fever on special days. You can always ask one of our nurses about the yellow fever vaccination.
More than 1.5 million people each year travel to a destination where vaccinations are required because of common diseases. It's important to stay healthy, that's why a travel advice is required. We can provide you with a personal and professional advice. On the basis of this travel advice we give vaccinations. If you need malaria tablets, we will write you a recipe.
Our vaccination centre is located at three places in the Netherlands: Wageningen, Nijmegen and Den Bosch. A travel advice is given by one of our nurses. These nurses are specialized in travelling and work according to the guidelines of the national coordination centre for travel advice (LCR). All nurses are have been to the tropics. The nurse will give you a personalised travel advice, that implies that account is taken of your state of health, your destination, the duration of your trip, the route of your trip and the way you travel. A good preparation of your trip begins at least 6 to 8 weeks before departure. It is therefore important to be on time to make an appointment. For last-minute travelers it is always advisable to ask for advice.
There are several ways to make an appointment:
-using the button ' make appointment ' on this website
-by calling one of our branches
-by entering one of our branches
RTL4 visits www.vaccinatiecentrum.nl
Last september, RTL4 visited the vaccination centre in Den Bosch. This video shows how a consultation takes place.
Recognized by LCR
The national coordination centre for travel advice (LCR) is the central body in the Netherlands that deals with travel advice.
The LCR gives the national guidelines with regard to vaccinations and anti-malaria measures. Our vaccination centre is registered as a recognized vaccination and advice centre.
We hope to see you soon at one of our branches!