General travel vaccines include ones such as cholera, hepatitis A, yellow fever, typhoid and rabies, however, they are not all recommended for the same destination. For example, hepatitis A is a global disease, while Japanese encephalitis is more likely to affect people going to rural Asia and the western Pacific. Consult a Passport Health team member to understand which immunizations are right for you.
Yellow fever is a mosquito-borne disease. This vaccine is recommended for most of South America and Africa. Please note, some countries require the vaccine for entry to some nations.
People often forget the importance they should make of these easy shots. Our expert staff will help ensure that meningitis, MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccines, flu and other vaccines are up-to-date.
Our trustworthy employees can do onsite flu vaccination, workplace on-site clinics, biometric health screenings, vitamin B-12 injections and much more. Contact us today for a consultation.
Details & Directions
Passport Health El Paso is located on the corner of Bartlett Drive and Remcon Circle just south of Pear Tree Apartments.
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“My wife and I really appreciated our PA’s brilliant mind, thoroughness, superb communication skills, and generous spirit. The nurse is a traveler’s angel !”
“The nurse was professional, well informed and had great communication skills. Could hardly feel the shots; best medical experience ever”
“Excellent knowledgeable staff. Received all the information I needed and more. Would highly recommend”
“The nurse was very knowledgeable and explained everything thoroughly and helped put me at ease on my upcoming trip. She did an excellent job.”
“My wife and I visited the El Paso Clinic at 7:30 a.m. The nurse practitioner was very professional and informative. She administered relatively painless vaccinations. Overall, it was a nice visit.”
“Was in and out in no time. Staff was very informative and helpful. I appreciated the extra items that she suggested to take along in case of certain medical emergencies.”