Travel Well is healthcare designed for patients traveling both interstate and overseas

Travelling can expose a person to not only an unfamiliar environment but illnesses as well. Travel medicine is healthcare designed to protect and treat patients before and after travelling whether it’s interstate or overseas.

Speaking with a General Practitioner prior to departure can easily reduce the risk of being exposed to a serious illness uncommon in their country of residence.

her MEDICAL will educate and help improve the quality and enjoyment of travelling by providing individualised health advice on:

  • Vaccines
  • Pre-travel physical exam
  • Medications
  • Overcoming jetlag
  • Prevention of DVT
  • Motion sickness
  • Safe sex
  • Required documentation


her MEDICAL can provide appropriate medical documentation and certifications that may be required to have while travelling to overseas destinations.


It is wise to carry copies of prescriptions for medication required to be taken by the person travelling stating the purpose of the medication being taken, its importance to the person’s health and that the medication is for personal use.

Pregnant Women

Pregnant women may require a medical certification authorising the individual is safe to travel along with their due date.

Please be advised most airlines do not permit a pregnant woman to fly internationally after 36 weeks and after 32 weeks if the mother-to-be is expecting multiple births.


Patients with pacemakers are also advised to have medical documentation and certification on hand to present should any issues arise especially during screening prior to boarding.

Medical conditions

Having previously diagnosed medical conditions may flare up during travels and is also a good idea to have documentation and medical certification on hand in case of an emergency while travelling.


Many destinations now require verification of vaccination, especially since the Covid-19 pandemic and must be presented prior to departure.

All travellers

It is always a good idea to have basic medical supplies on hand while travelling.

A travel medical kit recommended by the RACGP should include:

  • First aid ointment
  • Paracetamol
  • Insect repellent
  • Antinauseant
  • Antacids / laxatives
  • Pseudoephedrine/antihistamine
  • Bandaids / gauze / alcohol swabs
  • Gastro kit with rehydration solutions

Be proactive about your health. Book an appointment with one of our specialists today.