Every year we vaccinate some 40,000 travellers, making KLM Health Services the biggest independent vaccination centre in the Netherlands.
If you want to be well protected during your journey get yourself vaccinated at a Travel Clinic of KLM Health Services. In addition to the necessary vaccinations, you’ll be given bespoke information about your destination and we’ll also ensure you have a well-stocked traveller’s first aid kit. More about vaccinations.
Doctors specialised in tropical medicine and specially trained vaccination nurses work in our Travel Clinics. Thanks to the availability of up-to-the-minute information received from the Landelijk Coördinatiecentrum Reizigersadvisering (LCR, or National Coordination Centre for Travel Advice) and KLM Health Services’ own extensive overseas network of doctors, we are always fully up-to-speed of possible disease outbreaks in your country of destination.
The cost of vaccinations will often be completely or partially reimbursed by your health insurer. The amount that is reimbursed depends on your insurance coverage. Check out our tariffs.
We are open for everyone, irrespective of your mode of travel or the airline you might be flying with. Make an appointment directly with our online appointment module, or call in between office hours (8.30 till 17.00 hour) with (0900) 109 109 6 (only reachable from within the Netherlands).
If possible, get yourself vaccinated at one of our Travel Clinics between four and six weeks before departure. Should this be impossible, because you booked your journey at the last minute, for example, you can often get your vaccinations at our Schiphol Travel Clinic just before your departure. If time allows, we are happy to help you. You can then also pop into our pharmacy while you are there to pick your malaria prophylaxis.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can a vaccination make you ill? What is the difference between a recommended and mandatory vaccination? These and more questions are answered in our Frequently Asked Questions section.