Depending on where you’re traveling, your local Passport Health Medicine Specialist will be able to recommend vaccines to help keep you safe from foodborne infections. Contamination is usually caused by faulty sewage systems or contact with infected water can lead to diseases such as cholera or hepatitis A.
In North America, some infections are rarely found or isolated to specific regions. Passport Health carries for every circumstance a wide variety of routine and specialty vaccines. In our travel clinic, immunizations against infections such as measles, mumps, and rubella, Japanese encephalitis and rabies are in-stock.
Are you worried about getting travelers’ diarrhea on your trip? The CDC says up to 70 percent of travelers will fall ill from contaminated food or water. No matter where your journey takes you, there is a risk for travelers’ diarrhea. Make sure you’re protected by receiving hepatitis A and typhoid vaccinations. Travelers’ diarrhea kits and diarrhea remedies will also help you stay safe while abroad.
At Passport Health, we aim to serve everyone. We offer customizable options for groups and businesses such as onsite travel and flu shots, biometric screenings and much more.
Details & Directions
Our Arlington travel clinic is located north of Six Flags Over Texas and south of Cracker Barrel on North Hwy 360/North Watson Road.
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