Japanese encephalitis vaccination is a common concern among travelers to Asia. Passport Health offers the vaccine at a competitive price and will advise you on other mosquito-borne diseases that may be present such as dengue fever, Zika virus or malaria. These diseases are some of the most common throughout the world. Let our Passport Health Travel Medicine Specialists help you travel worry-free.
Helping to keep your staff safe creates a much better working environment by decreasing health risks, showing care and cutting down illness. This is particularly true with influenza vaccination services, for example – the flu kills thousands and affects millions every year according to the CDC. When one person gets infected it can spread to families, communities and your office.
Details & Directions
Passport Health Philadelphia, Immunization and Travel Clinic, is located in the heart of Center City. We provide travel medicine and wellness advice, travel vaccinations and supplies for the Greater Philadelphia area’s international travelers.
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“The nurse is fabulous! Professional and endearing, professional and friendly. Answered all our questions with insightful and intuitive information.”
“Checking in with Passport Health provides a good review of what is needed for international travel. I recommend a visit to Passport prior to international trips.”
“Topics were covered about what options we needed for our trip to Africa. Got shots that needed to be updated and malaria pills. Professional and thorough.”
“We thought we only needed our MMR booster shots but were well educated on others vaccinations and appreciated being able to get them all at once. Very thorough and helpful!”
“Wow, what a great service you provide! Very impressive. One stop shopping for any information as well as immunizations and supplies needed for travel. Thank you!!”
“As a person who is starting to travel I left a lot of information and all my questions were answered. I will be using them in the future and referring people to their clinics.”