Follow the Travel Health - Health Canada link for information about:
- current information on international disease outbreaks,
- immunization recommendations for international travel,
- general health advice for international travellers,
- disease-specific treatment and prevention guidelines
When travelling outside Canada/USA travel immunization advice is recommended. Immunizations cannot all be given at the same time, so see your physician 2 - 3 months before your departure date.
Note: There is a charge for travel immunization information.
Ontario Health Insurance does not cover this assessment.
Student Health Services charges $50 for consultation with a physician and $15 for every injection. OHIP does not cover travel immunization.
Student Health Services, 2nd floor, CAW Student Centre 519-973-7002 (fee)
Provincial Travel Clinic 519-250-6961 (fee) Windsor Essex County Health Unit 519-258-2146
TMC Clinic WIndsor, 519-944-1344 (this clinic does administer yellow fever immunization)
The following physicians are the only doctors in Windsor accredited to perform immigration medical examinations:
Name: Frank S. Drkulec
Address: Frank Drkulec Medicine Professional Corporation,
3145 Forest Glade Drive,
Spoken Languages: English, Serbo-Croat
Name: Kiran Deep Kaur Tatlay
Address: Dr K Tatlay,
2525 Roseville Garden Drive, Suite 100,
Spoken Languages: English, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu
Various factors affect the fee charged by the physician. Check with the physician for individual costs. Fees include the doctor fee, x-ray cost and lab costs. Green Shield does not pay the doctor's fee. The patient must pay this fee themselves. Some Green Shield plans may cover the x-ray and lab fees. Check with the insurance company. An up-to-date list of physicians allowed to do immigration physical examinations.