Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, Vaccines on The Go can help
you prepare for your international trip. Our health professionals will assess your
individual needs. We administer immunizations, travel medications, a traveler's
report specific to your destination and itinerary and provide you with an official
immunization record to keep with your travel documents. Corporate travelers, travel
groups, mission groups and individuals can arrange on-site vaccinations. We come
directly to you providing convenience, safety, security, confidentiality and a
Contact us today to schedule your international travel consultation.
Did you know
- Approximately 30-50% of travelers will experience some physical problem while traveling
to Asia, Africa, or Latin America. ESPECIALLY if they did not immunize.
- Hepatitis A is the most frequently occurring vaccine-preventable infection in travelers
- Most people believe that they are not at risk if they limit their trips to large
cities, fine hotels and restaurants, and visit only popular tourist sites. "First
Class" ensures only comfort, it does not ensure protection against illness, in fact
according to the World Health Organization, most cases of hepatitis A occur in travelers
who stay at "middle and upper level" accommodations. You must remember that first
class in Calcutta or Nairobi is not the same as first class in New York City or
Vaccines On The Go provides NATIONWIDE coverage. Our nationwide network of nurses
come directly to you. We follow the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention (CDC) and provide all of the recommended and required vaccines for
the part of the world the traveler is visiting. We are Yellow Fever certified.
Member - National Association of Woman Business Owners (NAWBO)
Member - International Society of Travel Medicine (ISTM)
Will you be at risk for hepatitis A?
Check this Hepatitis A Map
Schedule a visit to meet with one of our trained travel nurse specialists to review
information about vaccines that are recommended by the Centers for Disease Control
(CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) specific to your overseas destination(s).