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.
Getting a prescription for malaria prevention is easy with Passport Health, which can send it to the pharmacy of your choosing. It’s also our job to help passengers avoid mosquito-borne diseases like malaria, dengue or any other mosquito-borne illness by providing repellent, sprays and travel advise.
Businesses are always looking for ways to help their employees. What better way than protecting their health? Passport Health offers onsite flu clinics, biometric screenings and other employer healthcare solutions.
Details & Directions
The office is located near the end of Success Lane off of Austin Blvd/Pike. Success Lane is approximately 1.7 miles east of I-75 (Exit 41/Austin Blvd) and 0.3 miles west of Yankee St. 10560 is located in the 5th driveway on the left, across from South Metro Sports. Inside the building, Passport Health is the 3rd door on the left.
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“The nurse was ready when I arrived and willing to share her knowledge with me. I was impressed with our conversation and what appeared to be actual fun while at her job! This doesn’t happen much anymore so to see it in person was a pleasant experience!”
“The lady who helped us was very well informed and very cordial. She was willing to spend time with us , and made a number of recommendations that will really help us on our trip.”
“We were in and out very quickly, yet got all the information we needed. The lady was very nice and understanding and she went over everything in the booklet with us. Overall, great experience. I will definitely be coming back the next time I need immunizations.”
“As an RN I appreciated the cleanliness of the clinic as well as the obvious caring attitude of the onsite staff.”
“Great experience! They talked about things that we hadn’t considered. They gave us great information.”
“Very good. I am a retired public health nurse, I appreciated the extent of education”