Cholera, hepatitis A and yellow fever are some of the most common travel vaccines; they aren’t all recommended for the same destination. While hepatitis A is a worldwide disease, Japanese encephalitis is more common in rural Asia and the western Pacific. Ask a Passport Health team member about which vaccines are appropriate for you.
Going to a country with malaria? Passport Health has you covered. We’ll call in your antimalarial prescription for you, to the pharmacy of your choice. We also offer mosquito netting, repellents and advice to travelers heading to regions with these pesky bugs.
We offer a wide-variety of travel supplies including travelers’ diarrhea kits, mosquito repellents and even B-12 shots. See our Passport Health store to learn more!
Details & Directions
Passport Health Bridgewater is conveniently located just south of the 287, where Grove St. meets Hwy 22.
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“As soon as we arrived, receptionist was very welcoming! The nurse that looked after us was very cordial and down to earth person. Very thorough and informative. Never even realized when we got the needle. Excellent SERVICE.”
“I forgot my telehealth appt for the second time in 4 days and my NP called me repeatedly to ensure I received the services I needed. She was amazing and Passport is my absolute go-to one stop for my travel needs.”
“The RN was knowledgeable and kind. He shared a lot of information and was patient with our questions. We weighed the pros and cons and the risks associated with the viruses and the vaccinations. Very helpful!”
“We were instantly taken back and taken very good care of. She spent time with us and was personable and explained things very well. Loved her! Clinic was very clean and personable as well.”
“Thank you for getting me up to date on all my vaccines for international travel.”
“My appointment was on time, professional, and efficient as well as cordial.”