If visiting developing countries, smaller cities, or rural areas, the risk of getting a foodborne disease, such as typhoid, is high. Consider consulting a Passport Health Travel Medicine Specialist to see which vaccines are best for you and your travels.
Seen throughout South America and Africa, this mosquito-borne disease could easily ruin a trip. Proof of yellow fever vaccination is also required for entry into some countries.
Check to see if you’re immune to any of the most common diseases, both at home and abroad. Measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccines, chickenpox, influenza, and hepatitis B vaccines are among them.
Every Passport Health client receives a booklet outlining what they may need for their trip. Whether your trip involves one country or an entire continent, we provide you with the most up-to-date and relevant information.
Details & Directions
Passport Health’s Phoenix travel clinic is centrally located to ensure you travel safely, at home and abroad. See below for detailed directions.
Schedule an appointment today by booking online or calling .
“This clinic was easy to access and worked great with my schedule. They provided me with tons of information for my travels and I feel at ease now going overseas.”
“Every experience from investigating by email to booking online to the actual visit easy and relaxed. Thank you”
“Very informative experience. It was explained in detail and very well.”
“Nurse was very helpful and thorough regarding vaccinations recommended. Have used this service before for Peru and will continue to do so for travel.”
“The staff were very knowledgeable, patient and professional in attending to my needs.”
“Used this clinic for a series of shots and medicine required to travel to India … everyone I dealt with was great.”