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Serving Lawton, Ft. Sill and Duncan, Passport Health’s Lawton travel clinic has all recommended and required travel vaccines in-stock. Whether you’re traveling to Brazil or Thailand, we will help you stay safe and healthy abroad.
Passport Health’s expert travel staff helps thousands of Oklahoma travelers prepare for travel. Our premier services include:
Protect yourself and your family as you travel with Passport Health. Schedule your appointment today by calling or book online now.
Passport Health Lawton travel clinic is conveniently located to serve you. The office is at the SW corner of NW 47th and Motif Manor in a one-story office building and is 2 blocks south of Cache Road near Lowe’s. Enter the through the main door and proceed to suite 4. The office building complex name is “Harry’s Place”.
Book your appointment today by calling or schedule online now.
Graduated for the University of Rochester School of Nursing program in 2008 and worked as a hospital nurse with heart transplant patients for four years. Seth has always had a love of travel and found the perfect fit with Passport Health in 2012. Some of his recent overseas trips include Brazil, Myanmar, Jordan, and South Africa and these trips have given him first-hand insights and tips that he enjoys sharing with patients. Seth also participates in mass immunization clinics conducted by Passport Health throughout the State of Oklahoma which has allowed him to visit all 77 counties. He personally administers thousands of vaccines every year and serves on the board of the Central Oklahoma Immunization Coalition. In his own words, “an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of treatment; that applies not only for routine immunizations for life here in the U.S. but also for vaccines to prevent disease for overseas travel like typhoid fever.”
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