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.
Traveling to a malaria-infested area? You’re in good hands with Passport Health. For your antimalarial prescription, we’ll call it in to the pharmacy of your choice and take care of everything. In addition, we provide mosquito netting, repellents, and guidance to visitors planning to visit areas where these bothersome insects are prevalent.
Travelers’ diarrhea affects as many as 70 percent of people while they’re on the road. Prevention and post-exposure therapy are recommended.
Passport Health also offers a variety of blood and laboratory testing such as tuberculosis and titer tests.
Details & Directions
Passport Health Downtown Seattle Travel Clinic is centrally located just a block away from the Seattle Art Museum. From hepatitis A to yellow fever, we have all vaccines you may need for your trip.
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