For the latest travel information, check CDC COVID-19 Travel Information.
Please bring an itinerary of your travel plans and activities, and your current immunization records to your appointment. Without these records we will have to rely on your questionnaire answers when making recommendations.
You will then meet with one of our Urgent Care physicians for a consultation, who will review your itinerary, which must include both the flight connections and final destinations. Our physician will discuss any medical conditions, allergies or medications you have to determine the appropriateness of recommended vaccines.
The Urgent Care physician will give you a written treatment plan outlining the required and additional recommended vaccines for the particular country you are visiting. If your destination puts you at risk for infection from water, food or mosquitos, you will also receive prescriptions for anti-diarrheal and anti-malarial medicines. We will provide costs for each vaccination and medication. After your consultation, a nurse will then give you your vaccines.