*Travel vaccine consultations are available at The Little Clinic and at select pharmacies only. Services and availability vary by location. Age and other restrictions may apply. For coverage, consult your health insurance company. Walk-ins welcome as time allows.

How it Works

Traveling overseas? It can be difficult to sort through recommendations and requirements to find out what you really need, but we can help. Contact your local pharmacy or clinic to get your travel vaccines before your trip. All clinic locations, as well as select pharmacy locations, offer travel consultations. Schedule an appointment online or contact a healthcare provider for more details.

  • If possible, schedule your appointment at least 2 weeks before your trip. However, it’s best to schedule your appointment 6-8 weeks before you travel. If you’ve waited until the last minute, don’t hesitate to contact us, as it’s still possible to receive the benefits of some vaccines.
  • Bring your travel information to your appointment. It’s most helpful to bring your complete itinerary, including dates, cities, flight layovers, accommodation details and any activities you’ll be participating in. Also bring your immunization record if you have it, as well as a list of your medications and medical conditions.
  • Ask questions. We want to make sure that you have all the information you need to stay healthy and safe during your trip. Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, tourism or mission work, or you’re simply visiting friends and relatives, we hope that you have a wonderful trip.
  • Some vaccines require follow-up doses to ensure lifetime immunity. Your provider will contact you to remind you of upcoming doses required to finish a series.

During Your Appointment

At the time of your appointment, one of our healthcare providers will review the following items with you and determine the best next steps to get you ready for your trip.

Medical History

The risk of becoming ill or injured during international travel depends on many factors, such as the region of the world visited, your age and health status, the length of the trip and the type of planned activities. Our healthcare providers will ask you a variety of questions to determine what vaccines are recommended for you based on your travel itinerary, vaccine history and medical history.

Medical History

The risk of becoming ill or injured during international travel depends on many factors, such as the region of the world visited, your age and health status, the length of the trip and the type of planned activities. Our healthcare providers will ask you a variety of questions to determine what vaccines are recommended for you based on your travel itinerary, vaccine history and medical history.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

    A licensed healthcare provider at our pharmacy or clinic locations.

    Each traveler will be given a personalized travel package with educational material outlining their travel-related risks and prevention strategies. A licensed healthcare provider will review your medical and vaccination history, discuss recommended vaccinations based on your specific travel itinerary and administer injections same day.

    Travelers should schedule a travel consultation as soon as possible. The travel consultation should be scheduled at least 6 weeks before the travel departure date to allow certain vaccines or medication the necessary 2 weeks or more to take effect. If your departure date is in less than 6 weeks, you may still be able to receive some preventative vaccines and medications. Our pharmacy and clinic staff will try our best to accommodate your schedule.

    Consultation costs may vary depending on service location. Please visit your local pharmacy or clinic for cost information.

    Medical or prescription coverage will be billed to insurance whenever possible. Some vaccinations may not be covered under your insurance plans. In these instances, we will charge our established cash price.

    Your detailed travel itinerary, including any activities you plan to partake in, your medical history, including prescription and over the counter medications, your vaccination history and your insurance card.

    Our healthcare providers utilize fax and HIPAA compliant electronic health record sharing to communicate with primary care providers.

    You can visit CDC’s travel website, CDC.gov/travel, for more information.

Tools & Resources

Services and availability vary by location. Pharmacy, Clinic, and Telenutrition services are available in select areas. Access our pharmacy locator to find a pharmacy near you. The Little Clinic practices in the following states only: AZ, KY, OH, TN, CO, IN, GA, KS, VA. Access our clinic locator to find a clinic near you. Telenutrition services where medical nutrition therapy is provided are not available in AK, MT, NJ, NY, SC, WY, or where otherwise prohibited by applicable law.