Welcome to the Sydney clinic

For a Safe and Healthy Journey, talk to the experts in travel medicine.

The Travel Doctor-TMVC Sydney is located on Level 7, Dymocks Building, 428 George Street, Sydney CBD. Conveniently situated in the heart of the Sydney’s CBD, our clinic services the vast requirements of all types of travellers. Our comprehensive travel medicine services include travel health consultations, vaccinations, region specific travel health advice and education and post-travel assistance with our experienced and dedicated travel doctors and nursing team.

The corporate division of our clinic offers a wide variety of medicals including altitude, pre-deployment medical assessments, overseas visa assessments, and post-travel medical services.

Our company has over 30 years’ experience providing advice and support to travellers. We offer prescribed medications relevant to your destination and itinerary and have developed traveller’s kits containing the essentials to keep you healthy at your destination. Well-known and respected in our field, Travel Doctor-TMVC have all the latest information in regards to disease outbreaks and concerns which could affect you on your travels. We offer relevant and accurate advice before, and after your trip to assist in keeping you healthy and happy.

Conveniently open late night Thursdays and Saturday mornings, we welcome all new and existing patients to Travel Doctor-TMVC Sydney.

Phone
(02) 9221 7133
Fax
(02) 9221 8401
Email
sydney@traveldoctor.com.au

Our Address

Level 7, Dymocks Building
428 George Street, (near the QVB Building)
Sydney New South Wales 2000

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Opening Hours

Monday - Friday: 9.00am – 5.00pm
Thursday: 9.00am – 7.45pm
Saturday: By appointment
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Public Transport and Parking

We are conveniently situated on George Street between King and Market Streets, not far from the QVB. We are within short walking distance from Town Hall, St James or Wynyard Station.

The best way to come into the Sydney CBD is to walk or, travel by public transport (bus, ferry, train or tram). For those driving, there is paid parking buildings available at QVB and parking stations in Kent Street.