The Clinique Santé-voyage is the destination you shouldn’t miss!  

MedecinWhether you are about to leave on a trip or you have just come back home, stop by the Clinique Santé-voyage! A simple gesture with great repercussions since all of the Clinique’s profits go to support the Fondation du CHUM.

In the meantime, you may consult our travel advice brochure (in French) and read the Canadian’s Guide for Healthy Travel Abroad “Well on Your Way”.



We offer a complete range of services for travellers :

      • Consultations with a specially trained travel health nurse
      • Consultations with a doctor if you need a prescription
      • Complete and specialized vaccination
      • Basic immunization booster shots
      • Vaccination follow-up for babies and small children
      • Information about sanitary conditions at your travel destination and vaccination certificates required in various countries
      • Medical examinations for travellers who have fallen ill overseas
      • Specially arranged vaccination sessions at your company or other optional location

Because your health and security cannot be put on hold, the Clinique Santé-voyage offers you the follow recommendations:

      • Keep your immunization booklet, vaccination certificates and contact information for your travel health experts with you at all times.
      • Keep your travel insurance company contact information with you at all times.
      • Protect yourself against insects and sunlight – follow the recommendations of your travel health experts.
      • Protect yourself against travellers’ diarrhea (also known as Turista). Be careful and follow recommendations from your health experts about what you eat and drink.
      • If you’re going to a region where there’s a risk of malaria, make absolutely sure you take the medications prescribed by your expert travel health physician.
      • Watch out for dangers! Unstable conditions or troubles in some developing countries contribute to criminal activity, which targets foreigners more often than others.
      • Protect yourself against sexually transmissible diseases such as gonorrhea, syphilis, hepatitis B and AIDS by using a condom if you engage in sexual relations.
      • Keep health information from Canadian consular services with you at all times – especially the booklet “Bon Voyage, But…

Emergency assistance

If you are outside Canada and need emergency assistance during business hours, call the closest embassy or consulate.

You can also contact the Emergency Watch and Response Centre in Ottawa anytime:

      • Email :
      • Telephone from outside Canada : 613-996-8885 (call collect where available)
      • Telephone from Canada and the United States : 613-996-8885 or 1-800-387-3124 (toll-free from the U.S. and Canada only)
      • TTY : 613-944-1310 or 1-800-394-3472 (toll-free from the U.S. and Canada only)

You may be asked to leave a message. Please follow the instructions carefully. Under normal circumstances, an operations officer will get back to you within 15 minutes. This delay may be longer during large-scale emergencies.

For more information and useful advice for travellers, consult

DSC_1022_petit“Short on resources? Call us. The Clinique Santé-voyage of the Fondation du CHUM can help you.”
Denise Pageau, Nurse, Clinique Santé-voyage


Have you just come back to Canada after travelling abroad? Were you ill during your trip, or are you experiencing persistent symptoms now that you’re home?

Don’t wait. Make an appointment with the Clinique Santé-voyage in order to get back on track promptly. Our travel health medical experts will take care of you. They’ll be able to calm your fears by treating you effectively as fast as possible.

Depending on the country or countries you visited and the symptoms you’re showing, certain examinations by specialists may be needed. Our affiliation with the CHUM provides access to advanced expertise so that we can arrange the best possible treatment for you. You’ll be able to resume your normal activities with peace of mind and enjoy the happy memories of your trip abroad.

Post-travel consultations are made upon appointment only and are covered by the Régie de l’assurance maladie du Québec.

  • Basic immunization
  • Post-travel medical consultation


8151L_PETIT“The Public Health Agency of Canada recommends that travellers going abroad consult a travel health specialist before their departure.”
Madeleine Plante, Nurse, Clinique Santé-voyage

For faster service at your travel health consultation, please make sure to bring:

  • your immunization booklet,
  • your detailed travel itinerary, (if applicable)
  • your completed health questionnaire. Download my questionnaire (in French)


All profits from the Clinique Santé-voyage go to support the Fondation du Centre hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CHUM). So when you visit us, you’re not only protecting your health, but also contributing to the well-being of our hospital centre’s patients.