FAQ’s

How soon before travel should I receive travel vaccines?

The Center For Disease Control (CDC) recommends that ideally, these vaccines should be received 4 – 6 weeks before travel. Shorter time spans are acceptable.

Do you accept Insurance?

We do not accept insurance as most insurance policies do not cover travel vaccinations. We provide you with a detailed super bill that you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement to you.

How easy is it to get an appointment with you?

Very easy! Appointments are available within a few days of your call. Some of our locations offer same-day appointments.

What should I bring with me?

Please bring a record of current medication and previous vaccinations.

Will you provide documentation for the vaccines I receive?

We will provide you with an International Certificate of Vaccination for travel or a state approved record of vaccination. We are a designated Yellow Fever vaccine site.

Do you provide other vaccines?

Yes. See are our Vaccines page for a comprehensive list of available vaccines.

Do you provide prescriptions?

Yes. We offer prescription services for the prevention of malaria and other diseases.

How do I schedule a corporate or community event?

Please contact us to schedule your flu, shingles, or other vaccine clinic.

How do I schedule a group appointment?

Call our office today and we will be glad to tell you about our convenient group services and available discounts.

How do I schedule a corporate or community flu or shingles vaccine clinic?
How do I schedule a group appointment?

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