About Passport Health of San Antonio In 1994, Fran Lessans identified a gap in the resources available to most international travelers related to travel vaccines and other health-related information. She founded Passport Health, and over 20 years, the company has spread out across the country and has become a leading provider of vaccines nationwide. Austin, Texas got a franchise in 2001, and we now have five locations in the Austin area under the medical direction of Dr. Sidney Robin, MD, and opened our first office in San Antonio in 2008. The franchise is now a leading provider of travel vaccines and on-site vaccination clinics throughout central and south Texas, with locations in north, west and downtown San Antonio. But don’t let all that growth fool you. We are still the same small business-minded company that sees a need in our community and wants to offer personal attention and individual care to those who need it. We now offer more than just travel vaccines, and are able to help with adult-recommended vaccines as well. Whether you’re going on a mission trip to Africa and need several vaccines or you’re an incoming college freshman and just need to meet your meningitis vaccine requirement, Passport Health can offer professional, personal treatment specifically for you. Give us a call today and set up an appointment with one of our San Antonio-area travel health specialists: Cathi Koneru, RN, MSN Travel Health Specialist Cathi has been a Registered Nurse since 1986. After receiving her nursing diploma, she moved from Toronto, Canada to New Haven, Connecticut where she obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Nursing. During that time, she worked in a surgical trauma unit. She continued her education at Case Western Reserve University where she obtained a Master’s Degree in Nursing. Cathi moved to San Antonio with her husband in 1996 where she continued to work with critically ill patients and teach in the nursing school. Cathi and her husband have three beautiful teenage girls. As a family, they enjoy traveling and doing volunteer work in the community. Jane Reed, RN, BSN Travel Health Specialist Jane received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1987 from Mary Mount College in Salina, Kansas and entered active duty as a second lieutenant in the United States Air Force as a registered nurse. She worked as a medical-surgical nurse until she separated from the Air Force and began work as a home health nurse. Jane has continued with the military by following her husband for the past 25 years; they have been stationed throughout the United States and over-seas in Germany. Jane enjoys spending time with her now retired husband, Jim. She has three children, two attend Texas A&M and her youngest is in high school.