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Planning a trip? Have you asked yourself, “What vaccines do I need for the Dominican Republic?” or “Do I need a typhoid vaccine when traveling to Tanzania?” Passport Health is here to help! Our specialized travel medicine staff will assist you and suggest the best options for your journey.
Concerned about Delhi Belly? More than 70 percent of travelers will fall ill from contaminated food or water. Whether you are going to India or Italy, there is a risk. Make sure you’re protected through proper vaccination including hepatitis A and typhoid. Diarrhea remedies like DiaResQ and traveler’s diarrhea kits will also help keep you on the go (without having to go).
Going sightseeing in Zambia? Did you know you may need a yellow fever vaccine? All Passport Health clinics are registered with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) as “Registered Yellow Fever Centers”. Clients who receive the yellow fever vaccine are given the ‘yellow card’ or International Certificate of Vaccination. This card is proof of yellow fever vaccination and is required for entry to some countries, especially in Africa.
Other mosquito-borne diseases like chikungunya, dengue fever, zika and malaria pose a threat. Passport Health offers repellents, vaccines, antimalarials and other preventative care at competitive prices. These diseases are some of the most common around the world. From South Africa to Cuba, they pose a risk. Let Passport Health help you travel worry-free.
Our staff uses up-to-date information from the CDC, World Health Organization and other groups. They will help you make an educated choice about what you may need for your trip.
Try making your appointment at least four to six weeks in advance, as some vaccines can take up to a month to be effective. Leaving last minute? No problem! Passport Health is always ready and willing to help you stay safe before you go.
Whether you are journeying to Thailand or Turkey, Brazil or the Burma, our nurses and travel specialists will help you. Malaria, rabies, typhoid and yellow fever; our staff will help protect you against infections and other perils that could endanger your trip.
Conveniently located on Sugarloaf Parkway, between I 85 and the 316, Passport Health Lawrenceville is ready to help you prepare for your next trip. Book your appointment now by calling or schedule online today.
Passport Health’s Lawrenceville travel clinic sits just north of Gwinnett Tecninal College on Sugarloaf Parkway. Schedule your appointment today by booking online or calling us at .
From 85 North
Exit Sugarloaf Parkway. After you Exit at Sugarloaf Parkway, turn left to continue east on Sugarloaf Parkway. Pass Sugarloaf Mills Outlet Mall then cross over Duluth Highway.
Shonda Dixon, RN
Having graduated from Georgia Perimeter College, ASN and Grand Canyon University, BSN, Shonda has worked with Passport Health for 3 years. She has worked for healthcare organizations like Northridge Medical Center, Commerce, GA. These past experiences and her passion for educating travelers prior to embarking on international travel makes her a very special asset for our team. Her dedication to learning about specific adventures our travelers will face help her deliver the best, up-to-date information for each person prior, during and after their trips.
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