In the Travel Clinic individual consultations are held by specialized physicians on medical questions before the travel, including current recommendations on malaria prophylaxis and vaccinations. All travel-related vaccinations are offered including yellow fever vaccination.
The health insurance companies Barmer, BKK-VBU, BIG and IKK-BB cover the expenses for most travel-related vaccinations; payment is not required and you only need your health insurance card.
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The travel clinic is open Mon-Fri from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. We offer medical individual consultations before the travel (long-distance travel and also for the Mediterranean region). Most travel-related vaccinations (including yellow fever vaccination) are available. At the moment you can’t get vaccinated against the SARS-CoV-2 Corona virus, but we will advise you individually on adapting your travel vaccinations and on keeping vaccination intervals. A visit is only possible by prior arrangement or by phone 030 450 565 712; 8a.m.- 3p.m. Travel advice by telephone is not provided. The travel clinic in Berlin Buch (Helios Clinic) is closed.
Opening hours Travel Clinic (vaccinations)
Opening hours: Mon. to Fri.: 08.00-19.00 and Sat. 11.00-15.00 (consultation and vaccinations only by appointment).
Internal location address: Südring 2, ground floor
Please note that a consultation by phone is not possible. Travel consultation and travel vaccinations are chargeable, please check with your health insurance for reimbursement. Payment on site can be made by EC card or Visa. You can find the current prices here.
Dear travellers, dear patients,
In order to prevent circulatory disorders during the hot summer months, we kindly ask you to observe the following points when receiving vaccinations and collecting blood samples:
- Please eat and drink sufficiently before blood sampling and vaccinations (do not come sober).
- You are also welcome to get water from us in the outpatient clinic.
- get up slowly after vaccinations/blood tests
- After vaccinations, it is recommended that you remain seated in the waiting area for 10-15 minutes.
- In case of vertigo, sweating or numbness, immediately take up a safe position such as sitting or lying down (if necessary, sit on the floor).
Thank you very much,
Your outpatient clinic team