Hepatitis A, typhoid and rabies are just some of the threats travelers face. Make sure you’re protected with the right vaccines for your trip. Our staff will help you identify exactly what you need and give it to you the same day. Most vaccines are kept onsite and in-stock for your convenience.
All Passport Health clinics in are approved yellow fever vaccination centers. Some countries require proof of the vaccine, others have outbreaks of the virus. Make sure you can travel and travel safely with this vaccine.
Travelers’ diarrhea affects millions of vacationers and business people every year. The infections that cause the sometimes embarrassing symptom are very common, especially in some of the most popular destinations like India and the Dominican Republic.
Do you have a large number of employees who travel abroad each year? Are you worried about the upcoming flu season? Passport Health provides services to business and organizations to help them stay healthy all-year round. Passport Health can help with onsite flu clinics, travel vaccines and biometric screenings. Call for more information.
Details & Directions
Located off Coffee Road, just north of Memorial Hospital, Passport Health Modesto serves the counties of Merced, Stanislaus, San-Jaquine and Mariposa. We offer all the vaccines you may need for your trip.
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