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631 West 38th Street, Suite 1
Austin, TX 78705
Travel Health and Vaccinations – For international travelers in central Austin, we offer full travel health consultations. Our nurse will determine, based on your anticipated activities overseas and personal health history, what steps you should take to ensure a safe, healthy voyage. These recommendations may include vaccines for diseases that are endemic in your destination (such as yellow fever, typhoid, or Japanese encephalitis), standard adult-recommended vaccines for which you may not be up-to-date (like meningitis, pneumonia or tetanus shots), or travel health supplies to protect from illnesses for which no vaccine currently exists (like Permethrin mosquito repellant and water-purification supplies). You will also be provided with a printed, bound travel itinerary with details about your destination and lots of information to keep you safe as you travel. As we always say, we don’t just vaccinate, we educate.
Standard Vaccines – The CDC has many recommendations for vaccines, from small children to retirees. You can go to https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/ for a complete breakdown of their recommendations, and then contact Passport Health of Austin to help you get caught up. Whether you are an expectant parent in need of a Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis shot, an incoming college freshman meeting your meningitis vaccine requirement, or you are curious about the protection offered against Hepatitis A and B, Passport Health of Austin can help!
Antibody Test – We will provide you with a lab slip that then needs to be taken to a lab for Coronavirus Antibody Testing. A blood sample will be taken at the lab to test whether you have been exposed to COVID-19 and developed immunity. A positive antibody test presumes prior infection with SARS-Cov-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. The antibody test looks for your immune response but does not detect infection. These tests are not 100% accurate and could result in some false positive results or false negative results. This test is not intended to diagnose COVID-19.
At this time we cannot offer physicals in the Austin area. We apologize for any inconvenience.
- From Mopac, take 35th Street east into downtown. After you cross the light at Lamar, you will go straight through one more light at West Street (the entrance to the Heart Hospital), and our building will be the third on your right, just before the Marimont cafeteria. Turn right onto either Ronson or King Street, then into the parking lot. If you reach Guadalupe, you have gone too far.
- From IH-35, exit 38th 1/2 Street and turn right. You will go straight through the light at Red River and continue straight through several other lights. After going through the light at Guadalupe, get into the center lane to turn left onto either Ronson or King Street. From there you can enter the parking lot.
Once at the building, take the ramp, and there will be a sign with arrows to direct you to our suite. Once in the waiting room, go to your left, and we are on the left side of the window shared with Dr. Robin’s Family Practice.
The building offers a free parking lot and handicap accessibility.
The Central Austin location is available by appointment only Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.