Your Health and Traveling
Advanced Immunization Facilities:
- Clinic open 7 days a week for your convenience.
- Adherence to CDC (US Center for Disease Control) guidelines.
- Economical prices. Direct pay basis.
- We provide expert care to individual travelers, corporate personnel, embassy staff and medical teams traveling abroad.
- Certified Yellow Fever vaccination site
Prescriptions for antibiotics, anti-diarrheal, anti-fungal, and medications to prevent malaria, high-altitude sickness, motion sickness & more.
Travel Health Consultation:
Review of food, water and insect precautions.
Travel smart. Speak to our clinical staff at our Travel Clinic before your trip to review your itinerary and receive necessary recommendations.
Purpose of travel vaccines
Immunizations are typically administered to help prevent communicable diseases such as hepatitis A and B, Polio, Tetanus and Typhoid Fever that may be spread by insects and contaminated food and water. In addition, certain countries require proof of vaccination against diseases like yellow fever. Vaccinations help ensure that you will have a safe travel, wherever your travel destination may be.
LWC travel clinic is a one-stop health destination for the international traveler: immunizations, travel medications, travel counseling and follow-up service for boosters. Seasonal and H1N1 flu shots are also available during the flu season.
Which vaccines to choose
Our recommendations for travel immunization are based on the guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). We offer a consultation to determine what kind of vaccines are appropriate for your trip. In addition to carrying most vaccines, LWC travel clinic is a certified yellow fever vaccination center.
When to start travel immunization
Travel immunization should ideally begin at least 2-6 weeks before departing. Even if you are traveling tomorrow, it is better to start the injection series rather than getting no protection at all.
Other travel services
Our clinic also provides prescriptions for antibiotics, anti-diarrheal pills and medications to prevent malaria, high-altitude, and sea sickness.