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Below is a list of current known providers in Clay County and the Kansas City Metropolitan area who currently offer these services.  This list is provided as a guide for your convenience and use and does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by Clay County Public Health Center. Clay County Public Health Center does not offer travel vaccines.

Information on Travel Immunizations

METRO TRAVEL VACCINE CLINICS

Albers  Pharmacy
4400 Broadway
Kansas City, MO
816-931-0100
12 years of age and up

 

Travel Medicine Clinic

Children’s Mercy

2401 Gillham Road

Kansas City, MO 64108

816-802-1100       

For children and adults traveling with them.

 

Heartland Travel Clinic
     401 Illinois Avenue          6301 N. Lucerne
          St. Joseph 64507             Kansas City  64151
     816-671-4880                   816-569-1802

 

Jackson County Health Department
313 S. Liberty Ave.
Independence, MO 64050
816-404-6416

 

Johnson County Health Dept
11875 South Sunset
Suite 300
Olathe, KS 66061
913-894-2525

 

Kansas City Health Department
2400 Troost Ave.

Suite 1100
Kansas City, MO 64108
816-513-6046

 

Mid America Infectious Disease Consultants
906 West 48th Street
Kansas City, MO 64112
816-561-8125

 

Passport Health MO-KAN
8249 West 95th St.
Suite 105
Overland Park, KS 66212
913-652-6640

 

Platte County Health Department
   212 Marshall           1201 East Street

Platte City 64079    Parkville 64152
816-858-2412           816-587-5998

 

Travel and Immunization Clinic
4550 West 109th St.
Suite 170
Overland Park, KS 66211
913-469-0011

 

Select Walgreens Pharmacies

Some age restrictions may apply.

Call your nearest location for information.


 

                                                                                   

Vaccines have a history dating back more than 200 years ago when Edward Jenner created the first vaccine in 1796 to battle a once very common and deadly disease, smallpox.  Since then vaccines have been a continued effort to prevent/combat diseases and have saved countless lives.  Some diseases have been eliminated or were never endemic in the United States.  Some of the diseases have vaccines developed for them, but are not part of the routine recommended immunization schedule.  In other countries, these diseases still exist or are endemic. 

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