At Greenwood Health we have two qualified travel medicine doctors, who offer a comprehensive 'travel medicine' service for all registered and non-registered patients. We offer a full range of advice, medication and vaccinations that should help you stay well on any holiday, including Yellow Fever vaccinations.
Dr Michael Brewer & Dr Suzanne Viveen are our travel clinic doctors.
Michael Brewer completed the Diploma of Travel Medicine in 2012. He has been advising and vaccinating travellers for more than 20 years.
He has personal travel experience in South America, South-East Asia, Nepal, Australia, Europe and the Pacific. He has worked in Vanuatu and has been expedition doctor to an alpine and kayaking team. His main boast is that he has survived over 9 months in underdeveloped countries with only 2 days of diarrhoea.
Suzanne Viveen completed a Diploma in Tropical Medicine in 2007 and a Masters Degree in International Health in 2013.
She has personal travel experience in South-East Asia, South and Central America and Africa. Suzanne has studied and worked in Costa Rica, Argentina, Curacao (Caribbean) and Columbia.
Both Michael and Suzanne are certified Yellow Fever vaccinators.
Useful links and apps
Links to comprehensive medical advice for travellers
http://www.traveldoctor.co.nz/ (an NZ resource)
http://www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk/home.aspx (a UK resource)
http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/page/resources-for-travellers (an American resource)
http://kidstraveldoc.com/ (general travel advice for those travelling with children)
http://www.pregnanttraveler.com (general travel advice for pregnant women)
http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/page/apps-about CDC’s TravWell app helps you plan for safe and healthy international travel. Build a trip to get destination-specific vaccine recommendations, a checklist of what you need to do to prepare for travel, and a customizable healthy travel packing list. The app also lets you store travel documents, keep a record of your medications and immunizations, and set reminders to get vaccine booster doses or take medicines while you’re traveling.