Don’t forget to get your travel vaccinations so that your trip is enjoyable and free of adverse health concerns!
By getting vaccinated, you are protecting yourself against infectious diseases while you’re traveling. It also helps to ensure that you don’t bring infectious diseases home to your family and friends.
Did you know that different countries have different vaccination requirements?
We recommend that you visit your GP to get your vaccination at least 6 to 12 weeks before you leave Australia. You may need several doses of a vaccine to achieve full immunity and your body will also need time to develop full immunity.
Get medical advice from your GP
Your personal situation can affect your health risks overseas. You need medical advice tailored to you, even if you’re usually fit and healthy.
Only your GP can advise what vaccinations and preventative health measures you should take. See your GP to find out what is right for you.
Welcoming Back Harold Park’s Doctor Kavita Gupta
Dr. Kavita Gupta will be commencing at Harold Park Medical Centre on 27th July.
Dr. Kavita Gupta graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in Queensland and has been practicing medicine since 2013. She completed junior medical training at the Royal Brisbane Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Prince Charles Hospital and Liverpool Hospital Sydney.
Outside of medicine, Kavita is an active member of the local walking and health living group and enjoys travel, yoga, meditation and healthy cooking.
For bookings with Dr. Gupta click on this Hotdoc link below: