|Travel Medicine Consultation
||Patient receives a physician consultation.
||One dose per flu season.
||Given as two shots, 6-12 months apart.
||Consists of three doses. Second dose given one month after the first, and the third dose given six months after the first.
||Two doses given 28 days apart and series should be completed at least one week before travel. Booster to be given after one year before re-exposure or if continued risk.
|Meningococcal Menactra (Ages 18- 55)
||For anyone ages 18 - 55: one dose
|Meningococcal Menomune (Ages 56 and over)
||For anyone ages 56 and over: one dose and a booster every 5 years if patient is still at risk.
||One dose for patients over age 65 or earlier for at - risk patients.
||Three doses for adults with the second dose given 1-2 months after first dose, and third dose given 6-12 dose after third dose.
|PPD Tubersol Skin Test
||Injected intradermally on forearm. Read by a professional 48-72 hours after injection.
||Pre-exposure patients: 3 doses, second dose given 7 days after first dose, and third dose given 21 or 28 days after second dose.
||For adults: If born after 1957, and if patient has not been vaccinated against rubella, needs at least one dose of the MMR vaccine.
||For anyone over 60 years of age: one dose.
||Protects against tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis. Booster given every 10 years.
||For combined Hepatitis A and B. Consists of three doses. Second dose given one month after the first and the third dose given six months after the first. Advanced schedule for those traveling a month or more of getting first dose.
||One dose provides protection. Should be given 2 weeks prior to traveling to at risk areas. A booster dose is needed every 2 years for those continually at risk.
||For anyone who has not had chickenpox. Two doses given 28 days apart.
||For anyone 18 years - 59 years of age: one dose given at least 10 days before travel. Booster every 10 years. Patient will receive the Yellow Card (International Certificate of Vaccination) after receiving the vaccination.
|First Vaccine Injection Fee
||$25 per vaccine
||Injection fee for each vaccine administered.
|Additional Vaccine Injection Fee
||$20 per vaccine
||Injection fee for each additional vaccine after the first vaccine is administered. (Same Day Service)