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. We offer "travel immunizations" to help protect our residents from disease when traveling to foreign countries and bringing them back into the United States.
We are able to immunize all ages. You do not need to be a Clay County resident.
Fees vary by immunization. Click here for our Price List.We also accept:
Have more questions? Check out our Travel Clinic FAQs.
* This vaccine is available ONLY to clients with Medicaid, no insurance at all, American Native and Alaskan Native only.
Traveling Outside of the United States - Call us First!We accept calls Monday through Friday8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.Please allow 24 hours for your call to be returned.Clinic hours are onMonday and Wednesday8:30 - 5:30 p.m. - By Appointment OnlyPlease arrive 15-30 minutes prior to your appointment time to complete the registration process.What to Bring to Your Appointment: