Shop 9 St Martins Arcade, 50 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA 6000, Australia
(08) 6467 0900
Monday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
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Great experience, very informative and friendly service. Angela provided all the injections I required and it was quick and pain free. Appointment was over in less than an hour and everything I require for my holiday has been sorted. Would recommend anyone travelling to visit the clinic.
Both the Doctor and nurse I saw were efficient and lovely, they both gave me all of the info I needed without pressuring me into anything, and the nurse did a very clean and painless job of the 2 injections I got.
We had a fantastic experience at the Perth travel doctor today with three young children, aged 6, 9 and 11. We had an in-depth discussion with the doctor about the various options for vaccinations and for malaria prevention and we felt that we were able to choose the best options for our family. The subsequent vaccinations administered by Angela were amazingly quick and pain-free and all the kids coped really well, which was due to her caring & engaging manner. If you’re heading overseas to places where disease prevention is necessary, I can highly recommend the Perth travel doctor for comprehensive advice and medication.
Dr did not give options, anti malaria medications for the family costing @$250 more from here, was told they didn't do scripts. (they do if you push the point) $12.50 for each injection (medication price is extra- that's just for the nurse to administer) so $162.50 just to get the injections ( which took 10 minutes) Dr not interested in discussion, just wanted to tell you as fast as possible how many things you needed. Definitely don't recommend. Definitely won't be going back!
Disappointing. I knew they were expensive but thought I would get top quality service. Instead, I spent almost a thousand dollars on immunisations and every precaution I could for India. I felt like a walking pharmacy because the travel doctors said Indian pharmacies were unreliable/medications could be fake. So, despite being the million dollar man, I got terribly ill in India. I emailed the practice for advice as I had taken all the antibiotics they had given me but no response. So, my experience is that they sold me a lot of products without any follow up service. Did I need those products? I got terribly ill anyway and don't believe they helped my recovery but hard to know.
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