SOS MÉDECINS VACCINATION CENTRE IN PARIS (75)
There are some useful and essential data to find our health centre in the 13th district in Paris.
85 Boulevard de Port-Royal
Tel.: 01 47 07 10 00
By bus = Line 91, “Port-Royal / Saint-Jacques” stop
By metro = Line 7, “Les Gobelins” station
By RER = RER line B, “Port-Royal” train station
Access by car
Car park = Saemes Gay Lussac (450 m away from our SOS Médecins medical centre)
Monday to Sunday = from 9a.m. to 7p.m.
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL CENTRE FOR INFECTIOUS AND TROPICAL DISEASE
Find all centres for tropical diseases and infectious diseases in Paris and Ile-de-France. Contact us in the case of contracting an infectious disease abroad or a tropical disease such as yellow fever, hepatitis A or E, rabies…
PARIS 75 SECTOR
01 42 49 90 64
01 49 28 24 38
01 40 19 30 30
Hôpital de la Pitié-Salpêtrière
01 40 19 30 30
01 42 34 51 48
Hôpital de l’Institut Pasteur
01 45 68 81 96
Hôpital Bichat Claude Bernard
01 40 25 78 82
HAUTS-DE-SEINE SECTOR (92)
Hôpital Raymond Poincaré
01 47 10 77 58
SEINE-SAINT-DENIS SECTOR (93)
01 48 95 54 21
VAL-DE-MARNE SECTOR (94)
Hôpital militaire Bégin
01 43 98 50 21
INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL ADVICE
SOS Vaccinations provides all travellers with advice and information: how to prepare a travel medical kit, about compulsory vaccinations and the health risks that can be encountered abroad.
Thus, depending on your destination, your type of travel and the period of your trip, SOS Vaccinations give you a personalised support, to enable you to travel safely.
GOOD TO KNOW! IT IS ESSENTIAL TO HAVE A MEDICAL CONSULTATION AT LEAST THREE WEEKS BEFORE YOUR DEPARTURE ABROAD.
DESIGNATED YELLOW FEVER VACCINATION CENTRE
Yellow fever vaccination is essential for travellers to high-risk areas such as parts of South America and Africa. It is, however, mandatory for residents of certain regions such as Guyana, for example.
The yellow fever vaccine is what is called a live vaccine and must therefore be administered by qualified personnel at an approved international vaccination centre, such as SOS Vaccinations in Paris 13th.
Good to know! In some special cases one should inquire before considering a vaccination against yellow fever: pregnant women, children, breastfeeding women, blood donors, immunosuppressed persons… Contact us to get all necessary information.
HEALTH INFORMATION AND CURRENT RECOMMENDATIONS
Travelling abroad can present a number of health risks that can be easily avoided with vaccines. It provides vital protection against whether human, seasonal or geographically risky situations.
Mandatory/or highly recommended vaccines for frequent travellers
- Hepatitis B
- BCG (against tuberculosis)
- MMR (Measles-Mumps-Rubella)
- Whooping Cough
- Haemophilus B
Specific vaccines for frequent travellers
- Yellow fever
- Typhoid fever
- Meningococcal meningitis A+C
- Hepatitis A
Complementary vaccinations for travellers
- Japanese encephalitis
- Tickborne Encephalitis
- Dengue fever