EYS TCM Clinic

Travel Vaccines

Available At
One Wellness Medical clinics

Ensure a healthy and worry-free trip with One Wellness Medical’s travel vaccination services. Whether you’re traveling for business, work, or leisure, it’s crucial to consult with our doctors about your travel plans. We offer a comprehensive range of vaccinations and boosters to protect you from preventable overseas illnesses.

Remember to schedule your appointment early, as some vaccinations require advance administration to be fully effective, ideally at least 2 weeks before your departure. Keep in mind that vaccination requirements vary by country and continent, so consult our doctors for tailored advice at least four to six weeks before your trip for peace of mind.

Our Travel Vaccines
  • Hepatitis A

  • Hepatitis B

  • Combined Hepatitis A & B

  • Influenza

  • Typhoid

List is not exhaustive. Please consult with our doctor to determine the suitability of vaccines for your travel needs. Please note that consultation and administering of vaccinations are strictly by appointment only.

Travel Vaccine(s)


Hepatitis A

This highly infectious liver disease is spread via contaminated food and drinks and close contact with people who are infected.

It requires 2 doses, 6 months apart and will last for 10-20 years.

Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B is spread through direct blood to blood contact and can lead to serious liver disease and liver cancer once infected.

It requires 3 doses in 6 months and lasts for about 10-20 years.


Hepatitis A & B

Combination of Hepatitis A & B Vaccine


Commonly known as the “flu”, is a contagious disease that can affect anyone including healthy people.

It attacks the respiratory tract in humans (nose, throat, and lungs), causing inflammation of the mucous membranes.

It is recommended one dose annually or per season depending on WHO recommendations.


A life-threatening disease is transmitted by bacteria that is present in contaminated food and water especially in rural areas.

Common symptoms include fever, abdomen pain and nausea. Serious complications can lead to dehydration, kidney failure or even death.