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Travel Immunizations and Disease Prevention


When you travel to another country, you are often at greater risk for certain infectious diseases - even if you are staying in first-class accommodations.

Our International Travel Clinic can help keep your dream vacation from becoming a nightmare by providing the medication and expert travel advice you need. Immunizations can also help reduce your concern about needing health care in a foreign country.

Our staff also provides you with the health and safety information you need for each place you plan to visit. Office visit fees and the price for individual vaccines are very cost-effective.(Price List ) Plan ahead, since most vaccines take at least two to four weeks before becoming effective.
(Travel Clinic Brochure)

(CDC Traveler's Health)

CDC - Interactive Quiz:
What Vaccines Do You Need?

Locations and Appointments:
Call 303-784-7866 for more information or to schedule an appointment. Clinic sites include Aurora, Lone Tree and Northglenn. Off-site appointments are also available for groups of ten or more people. (Brochure)

We offer the following immunizations:
• Chicken Pox (Varicella)
• Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B
Human Papilloma Virus (Gardasil)
• Immune Globulin
• Japanese Encephalitis
• Malaria (by prescription, if needed)
• Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)
• Meningococcal Meningitis
• Polio

• Pneumococcal Meningitis
• Rabies
• Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis
• Typhoid Fever
• Yellow Fever
• Zostavax
See Our Price List

Passport Information:
As of January 23, 2007, all US citizens - including children - are required to have a passport when flying to Mexico or Canada. Therefore, all airline travel outside of the U.S. requires a passport. You need a certified copy of a birth certificate to apply for a passport. (Order Birth Certificates)

Children's Immunizations:
Tri-County also provides the required immunizations for children from birth to 18 years of age. (Children's Immunizations)

Fact Sheets:
A - Z List of All Fact Sheets
A–Z Index of Topics and Services
How Vaccines Work (Video)
Immunizations for Children and Adults
Immunization Facts
Immunization Schedule for Children
Immunization Schedule - Birth through age 6
Immunization Schedule - Adults
Immunizations for World Travel
Passport Application Requirements

Related Links:
A - Z List of Public Health Links
Avian Influenza - Bird Flu
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
Colorado Dept. of Public Health and Environment
Cruise Ship Information
Flu - Seasonal Influenza Information
Flu Shot Clinics - Statewide Listings
Food and Water Safety
Germ Prevention Brochure
Illness and Injury Abroad
Immunization Action Coalition
Infants and Children
National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Pandemic Influenza
Resources and References
Special Needs Travelers
Sun Safety
Travel Immunization Warnings (CDC)
Tuberculosis (TB)
US State Dept - Travel Advisories
World Health Organization (WHO)
World Map of Destinations
Vaccine Chart

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