Vaccinations - Pre-Travel Clinic

Check your vaccines:

Consult destination-specific and up-to-date information and warnings on vaccinations on the Government of Canada, Travel Information site.

You can contact the McGill University’s J.D MacLean Pre-Travel Clinic for further information. 

For appointments, please contact the vaccination clinic directly:

Telephone:  +1-514-934-8049
Fax:          +1-514-934-8529

The cost of the vaccine, if prescribed by a doctor, is covered by the McGill Supplemental Health Plan. The fee for the visit or administering the injection is not covered.


Expense Policy:

Cost of vaccinations and/or medication required when traveling on University business and not covered by the University’s supplementary health plan will be reimbursed.

The original paper receipt or printed electronic invoice receipt is required.

If claiming the difference between the cost and the amount reimbursed by the University’s supplementary health plan, include the claim statement.

Registration Form for Faculty/Staff Traveling on University Business

All University business travel must be registered through this form to ensure coverage for any unforeseen medical emergencies while traveling outside your province of residence.

You must log in with your McGill credentials (email and password) to access this form.

Note that some travel destinations must be pre-approved. More information about Business Travel coverage is available here.

For personal/vacation travel, please consult this page here.

For additional information, please consult the Benefit Travel Webpage or contact [at]


Important notice for international travelers

The Government of Canada provides essential information on travel health risks and preventive measures to keep you safe during your travels. It is important to review the Travel website of Canada each time before you book your travels. Under Travel Health Notices the Public Health Agency of Canada outline potential health risks to Canadian travelers and recommend ways to help reduce them.


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