You don’t want to fall ill while travelling. That’s why you should first check if you need vaccinations for the country you are flying to, along with what hygiene and living standards are like there. At Airport Medical Services, there is a travel clinic offering vaccinations. The specialists there are happy to help, whether you need it months before departure or last minute.
Make an appointment
Many (sub)tropical countries recommend or require vaccinations or other preventative measures. Therefore, always check the travel advice for the country you are going to. It’s best to get vaccinated between four and six weeks before departure. For advice or travel vaccinations, make an appointment online.
You can also get travel vaccinations last minute after security. However, keep in mind that travellers with an appointment have priority. If it’s very busy, it may not be possible to get a last-minute vaccination.
Locations and opening times
There are two Travel Clinic locations at Schiphol: one before the security check and one after.
Departures 2, before security
Above check-in desk lane 16
Open: Monday to Friday, from 08:30 to 16:30.
Already gone through security? You can still come to us for last-minute travel vaccinations.
Lounge 2 (First Aid), after security
Open: Monday to Sunday, from 08:30 to 16:30.
We also have a location at Schiphol-Oost:
Stationsplein N.O., Building 133. Open: Monday to Saturday, from 08:30 to 16:30.
More information or make an appointment?
These vaccinations are offered by KLM Health Services. You can read more about vaccinations, hygiene and health situations in various countries and regions on their comprehensive website.
If you’d like advice or vaccinations for your trip, make an appointment online.