Cholera is a bacterial infection found in food or water sources contaminated with feces (poop). Over 600 million people throughout the globe are at risk of contracting cholera. Japanese Encephalitis (JE) is a mosquito-borne virus found throughout Asia, travelers who are staying in regions with JE for an extended period of time should be vaccinated against the illness. Rabies (pre- and post-exposure) is a virus transmitted by infected animals. Some developing countries see rabies spread by strays and even domestic animals. The virus is almost always fatal once symptoms are present. Typhoid spreads through contaminated food or water, typhoid fever is an acute illness infecting about 21.5 million people worldwide.
Getting a yellow fever vaccine is crucial before traveling to regions with a risk of the disease. Yellow fever, a mosquito-borne viral illness, can be extremely dangerous. Being vaccinated safeguards you and contributes to community health.
Visiting a travel clinic knowledgeable about yellow fever, like Passport Health, is a must. We can also recommend other necessary immunizations and medications for your journey. All Passport Health clinics are authorized yellow fever vaccine centers. Each can issue a yellow card, which serves as proof of vaccination. This document is required by some countries for entry.
Travel clinics provide the convenience of administering all needed vaccinations in one appointment. Passport Health ensures yellow fever and other key travel vaccines are readily available for your visit.
Diarrhea can occur anywhere, at home or abroad. Our clinic offers a variety of products/ medications to help prevent and or treat travelers diarrhea. Options can be discussed with the travel nurse during your consultation.
Hepatitis A is usually spread through contaminated food or water, Hepatitis A is a virus affecting the liver. Hepatitis B is a contagious liver infection with potentially severe symptoms. If it becomes chronic, it can lead to lifelong illness. Chickenpox is a highly contagious infection caused by the varicella-zoster virus. Those at highest risk are babies, adults and those with weakened immune systems. The best prevention is through vaccination. Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) protects against all three viruses. The CDC and other health organizations recommend children receive two doses. Adults should make sure their vaccinations are up-to-date. Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis (Tdap) are common in many parts of the world. Outbreaks can occur in developed countries like the United States or Canada.
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Our WC office is located at 27552 Cashford Circle, Suite 102, in the Summergate Professional Center. We are approximately one mile away from The Shops at Wiregrass and are near the intersection of Route 56 and Ancient Oaks Boulevard.
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“The nurse was great today. She took the time to explain what was recommended for travel to the Philippines, and the different options. We put together a list, she administered what needed to be, and I was on my way.”
“The representative that I worked with provided me with a ton a relevant information related to my travel plan. It was especially appreciated because I only had an approximation of where I might be travelling, so I was presented with choices based upon highest risk, and factoring in my budget. I am really glad that I found this company while doing a web search for “places near me to get travel vaccinations”. It saved me a ton of research and made me feel more prepared as a female solo traveler. I was able to chose not only vaccinations for the highest risk diseases, but also preventative medications (malaria, travelers diarrhea) all based on my budget and likelihood of the disease affecting me. One note: the entire experience made me feel so grateful to be one of the people on this planet that can afford to vaccinate against diseases that kill millions of people a year.”
“The Nurse offered much education on the risk and prevention of disease for my travel destinations. She was thorough and efficient.”
“I had to go to the clinic for shorts that are required for my trip to India. It is so refreshing to go to an appt. and not having to wait. I walked in the door and immediately was taken in the back. The individual was informative with the information needed to ensure that I had all the shots needed for my trip.”