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Vaccines & Prescriptions

The nature of travel is that people have many new contacts.  This is part of the excitement of travel.  Sometimes these new contacts can result in health risks.  The Adventure Doc Clinic specializes in mitigating these health hazards.  Some of the methods we use to ensure safe travel are traveler education, vaccinations and the use of prescription medications.


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The vaccines listed below are commonly given at our clinic. If your travels require a specialized vaccine, we can assist with that as well. Please contact us for more information.


Some vaccines require multiple doses or a special length of time to take full-effect. We advise consulting us at least 4-6 weeks prior to your travels to ensure adequate protection and coverage.


Vaccinations, Immunizations and Prescriptions offered by Adventure Doc Clinic
Vaccinations / Immunizations
Names Information

Yellow Fever

May be required for some countries

We are an approved center for vaccination and also provide WHO Yellow Card Certificates


One shot with booster every 3-5 years

Quadrivalent vaccines

May be required with certain itineraries and locations

Hepatitis A

Two shot series for protection from the viral illness spread through food and water

Hepatitis B

Three shot series for protection from the viral illness spread through blood and body fluids

Hepatitis A/B Combo

A combination of hepatitis A and B


Pre-exposure prophylaxis

Post-exposure vaccines


Generally given with the diptheria vaccine as Td or combined with a pertussis vaccine as TdaP

Boosted every 5-10 years


Injectable version

For protection from the viral illness spread through food and water

Boosters are sometimes advised for adults

Japanese Encephalitis

Two shot series (Ixiaro) or three shot series for children (JE-Vax)

Prevention of viral illness spread though mosquito bites


Oral or injectable versions

For prevention of the bacterial infections spread through food and water

Boosted every 2-5 years


Generally for travelers over 65 year or special cases

Measles, Mumps and Rubella

MMR vaccine from childhood

Boosters sometimes advised to adults


Seasonal influenza, annual vaccine

Prescriptions & Kits
Name Information

Malaria Prophylaxis

Prescriptions for anti-malarial medications including consult on which medicine is right for your personal trip and activities

Malaria Stand-by Treatment

Treatment doses of malaria medication to be taken under special circumstances

Traveler's Diarrhea

Prescriptions for antibiotics taken to treat Traveler's Diarrhea along with specific instructions on how and when to take the medicine

Motion Sickness

Prescriptions for prevention of motion sickness including detailed advice on which type is medicine is best for your personal travels

First-Aid Kits

A wide range of first aid kits for all styles of travel including larger kits for groups. Customized medical kits are also available to be designed specifically for your unique needs

Stand-by Prescriptions

Prescriptions for treatment of common travel-related ailments such as urinary tract infections, yeast infections, pain management and jet-lag

Jet Lag

Prescriptions for specialized medications to help travelers adjust to new time zones a bit easier and perform well on arrival

There is a consultation fee per person.

There is a vaccination fee per vaccine and a prescription fee per prescription.

Please contact us for information and pricing.