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Passport Health offers a variety of travel vaccinations for your trip.

From typhoid to Japanese encephalitis to cholera , Passport Health offers all the most common, and most needed, vaccines for your trip, no matter the destination.

Yellow fever is a potentially deadly infection, make sure you're protected with a yellow fever vaccine.

A disease seen throughout Africa and South America and may be required for entry to some countries.

Routine vaccinations play a key role in everyday health. Make sure you are protected with Passport Health.

These include measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine , chickenpox , flu , hepatitis A and hepatitis B among other vaccines.

Businesses and groups can stay protected all year long with Passport Health's onsite vaccination services.

Do you want to ensure that you and your employees are healthy all year round? Passport Health can help! Passport Health can help provide flu shots, TB testing, travel immunizations and biometric screenings for you and your employees.

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Passport Health offers a variety of travel health services including yellow fever vaccination and antimalarials.

Located just off Garnett between 81st and 91st in the Berkshire Medical Plaza, Passport Health’s Tulsa/Broken Arrow travel clinic is a convenient location to receive the pre-travel care you need.

Schedule an appointment today by booking online or calling .

Coming from the North: Take 169 south and exit at 81st. Turn left onto 81st and continue until Garnett. Make a right (south) on Garnett and continue for half mile. Turn left (east side of road) into the Berkshire Medical Plaza. Continue until building 1615. Take elevator to 2nd floor; Suite 206.

Coming from South Tulsa/Creek Turnpike: From Creek Turnpike continue to 169 N and exit at 81st. Turn left onto 81st and make a right onto Garnett. Continue south on Garnett for half mile. Turn left (east side of road) into the Berkshire Medical Plaza. Continue until building 1615. Take elevator to 2nd floor; Suite 206.

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The vaccines you need will depend on where you’re traveling and what you will be doing during your travels. Walgreens pharmacists are able to assist in helping you determine which vaccines you may need.

Which travel vaccines are available at Walgreens?

Travel vaccines Walgreens offers include: Yellow Fever, Meningitis, Polio, Typhoid, Japanese Encephalitis, Tick-Borne Encephalitis, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B and Rabies*.

*Vaccines offered at Walgreens vary by state, age and health conditions. Talk to your local pharmacist about availability.

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It’s important to be up-to-date on routine vaccinations before traveling as well—like Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR), Tetanus, Flu and COVID-19.

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Routine vaccines for children and adults are available at Tulsa Health Department Immunization locations. If you do not see an appointment available at your location of choice, please try another location or check back with us at a later time.

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Vaccines for Travelers

Vaccines protect travelers from serious diseases. Depending on where you travel, you may come into contact with diseases that are rare in the United States, like yellow fever. Some vaccines may also be required for you to travel to certain places.

Getting vaccinated will help keep you safe and healthy while you’re traveling. It will also help make sure that you don’t bring any serious diseases home to your family, friends, and community.

On this page, you'll find answers to common questions about vaccines for travelers.

Which vaccines do I need before traveling?

The vaccines you need to get before traveling will depend on few things, including:

  • Where you plan to travel . Some countries require proof of vaccination for certain diseases, like yellow fever or polio. And traveling in developing countries and rural areas may bring you into contact with more diseases, which means you might need more vaccines before you visit.
  • Your health . If you’re pregnant or have an ongoing illness or weakened immune system, you may need additional vaccines.
  • The vaccinations you’ve already had . It’s important to be up to date on your routine vaccinations. While diseases like measles are rare in the United States, they are more common in other countries. Learn more about routine vaccines for specific age groups .

How far in advance should I get vaccinated before traveling?

It’s important to get vaccinated at least 4 to 6 weeks before you travel. This will give the vaccines time to start working, so you’re protected while you’re traveling. It will also usually make sure there’s enough time for you to get vaccines that require more than 1 dose.

Where can I go to get travel vaccines?

Start by finding a:

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  • Yellow fever vaccination clinic

Learn more about where you can get vaccines .

What resources can I use to prepare for my trip?

Here are some resources that may come in handy as you’re planning your trip:

  • Visit CDC’s travel website to find out which vaccines you may need based on where you plan to travel, what you’ll be doing, and any health conditions you have.
  • Download CDC's TravWell app to get recommended vaccines, a checklist to help prepare for travel, and a personalized packing list. You can also use it to store travel documents and keep a record of your medicines and vaccinations.
  • Read the current travel notices to learn about any new disease outbreaks in or vaccine recommendations for the areas where you plan to travel.
  • Visit the State Department’s website to learn about vaccinations, insurance, and medical emergencies while traveling.

Traveling with a child? Make sure they get the measles vaccine.

Measles is still common in some countries. Getting your child vaccinated will protect them from getting measles — and from bringing it back to the United States where it can spread to others. Learn more about the measles vaccine.

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It’s important to plan ahead to get the shots required for all countries you and your family plan to visit.

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Avoid getting sick or coming back home and spreading the disease to others.

Vaccinate at least a month before you travel

See your doctor when you start to plan your trip abroad. It’s important to do this well in advance.

  • Your body needs time to build up immunity.
  • You may need several weeks to get all the doses of the vaccine.
  • Your primary doctor may not stock travel vaccines. Visit a travel medical clinic .
  • You’ll need time to prepare for your pre-travel appointment .
  • If the country you visit requires a yellow fever vaccine , only a limited number of clinics have the vaccine and will probably be some distance from where you live. You must get it at least 10 days before travel.

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TIP : Save time by getting routine vaccines during the same doctor visit. Use the Vaccine Self-Assessment Tool and discuss the results with your doctor. It tells you which U.S. recommended vaccines you (19 years and older) or your child (birth – 18 years) might need.

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When traveling to another country be aware your doctor may not carry a travel vaccine and you may have to visit a medical clinic.

Many travel vaccines require multiple shots or take time to become fully effective. But some multiple-dose vaccines (like hepatitis A) can still give you partial protection after just one dose. Some can also be given on an “accelerated schedule,” meaning doses are given in a shorter period of time.

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Tulsa Health Department expands COVID-19 vaccine clinic locations

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TULSA, Okla. — The Tulsa Health Department is expanding COVID-19 vaccine clinic locations beginning April 5.

New appointments will be available at the following THD locations:

  • James O. Goodwin Health Center, 5051 S. 129 th E. Ave. Tulsa, OK 74134
  • Central Regional Health Center, 315 S Utica Ave, Tulsa, OK 74104
  • North Regional Health and Wellness Center, 5635 M.L.K. Jr Blvd, Tulsa, OK 74126

Appointments are required, and there is no out-of-pocket cost to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. Appointments may be scheduled using the Oklahoma Vaccine Portal . THD said individuals will be able to select from the Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine on-site, while supply is available.

Any Oklahoman age 16 and older is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. A parent or legal guardian must be present with individuals under the age of 18.

READ MORE: All adult Oklahomans to receive COVID-19 vaccine beginning March 29

THD said its staff have been administering the vaccine to eligible individuals at a mass point of dispensing (POD) site at Expo Square, on the Caring Vans and more recently at the North Regional Health and Wellness Center. The department said more than 91,504 vaccines have been administered by the agency.

"As the vaccine supply and access points become more widely available in Tulsa County, it makes sense for the Tulsa Health Department to utilize our clinic locations where staff routinely administer immunizations to serve residents in a more convenient and efficient manner,” THD Executive Director Dr. Bruce Dart said.

THD will remain at the Lower Level River Spirit Expo on Thursday, April 1, officials said. THD will move to the Expo Square Pavilion through April 21 to complete all remaining second-dose appointments that have already been scheduled for those who received their first dose at Expo Square.

“There is now ample vaccine supply in our community, and multiple access points including local doctors and pharmacies,” Dr. Dart said. “Now is the time to get the vaccine. If you have questions, please talk to your health care provider or call the Tulsa Health Department. We want to empower residents with the information they need to feel confident in their decision to receive the vaccine.”

Health officials continue to stress the importance of wearing masks, frequent handwashing and maintaining social distance to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The Tulsa Health Department continues to offer specimen collection for COVID-19 testing by appointment only. Appointments can be scheduled online or call 918-582-9355 to speak to a public health professional.

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TULSA, OK - [April 9, 2021] – Today the White House announced a new community vaccination center will open in Tulsa on Wednesday, April 21. The federally supported vaccination center will be located at the Tulsa Community College Northeast Campus, 3727 East Apache Street.

“Oklahomans welcome this additional support from the federal government to further fuel our state’s successful vaccination rollout,” said Governor Kevin Stitt. “We are well on our way to getting our summer back.”

The Federal Emergency Management Agency will lend support to the vaccination site, in partnership with the Tulsa Health Department, Tulsa Area Emergency Management Agency, Oklahoma State Department of Health, Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, the Oklahoma National Guard and state and local partners.

“We are grateful to receive additional resources in Tulsa to reach as many people as possible during one of the largest vaccination rollouts in our country’s history. I want to thank our federal partners for selecting Tulsa for this opportunity and want to thank the State of Oklahoma for their continued distribution of the vaccine as we all do our part to protect our neighbors,” said City of Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum.

“The news that Tulsa County is getting a vaccine distribution POD of this size is more than welcome news. We are pleased to be chosen to have one of these facilities in our County. I urge every citizen to get the vaccine so we can continue to recover from the effects of this pandemic even more quickly,” said Tulsa County’s Board of County Commissioners Chairman Stan Sallee.

The location was selected based on data analysis including the CDC’s Social Vulnerability Index and other Census data, as well as input from state and local partners. The index takes into consideration critical data points, including socioeconomic status, household composition, minority status, languages, housing type and transportation.

"The pandemic has hit our most vulnerable populations the hardest including those from lower socioeconomic households and people of color. The TCC Northeast Campus provides access to our community, is served by Tulsa Transit, and supports the College's vision of an educated, employed, and thriving community,” said TCC President & CEO Dr. Leigh Goodson.

The center will bolster the state’s robust vaccine distribution network, with an explicit focus to ensure access to communities with a high risk of COVID-19 exposure and infection are not left behind.

“As we continue to administer the COVID-19 vaccine in our community, it’s important to ensure equitable access for those who have been disproportionately affected by the virus. The addition of a temporary community vaccination center located in north Tulsa will increase opportunities for residents to receive the vaccine. I am grateful to the local, state and federal agencies who are collaborating to bring this center to fruition,” said Tulsa Health Department Executive Director Dr. Bruce Dart.

“OSDH is excited to work with our federal and local partners to set up this community vaccination center in Tulsa that will bring additional COVID-19 vaccine doses into the state and increase accessibility to many Oklahomans who are most at risk from the virus. Throughout our state’s vaccine rollout, we’ve prioritized equitable vaccine access so every Oklahoman can be protected from COVID-19 — this center will help us further that goal. It’s another example of how our state’s strong partnerships contribute to our success in providing this lifesaving vaccine to all Oklahomans. We are proud of the work that’s been done so far and we look forward to building on our momentum with this initiative,” said Oklahoma Commissioner of Health Dr. Lance Frye.

The center will provide the opportunity to administer up to 21,000 vaccinations per week for eight weeks. The 21,000 doses are designated specifically for the center and will be provided to the state in addition to the regular anticipated weekly allocation.

"For more than a year, the Oklahoma National Guard has been a proud contributor to Oklahoma’s whole-of-government response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, we remain ready to continue our support to our state and local partners and bring an end to the pandemic," said Col. Bob Walter, Oklahoma National Guard Joint Task Force Commander.

Any Oklahoman age 16 and older is eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at no cost. A parent or legal guardian must be present with individuals under the age of 18. Appointments may be scheduled using the Oklahoma Vaccine Portal at vaccinate.ok.gov. Walk-in appointments will also be available.

“This Community Vaccine Center exemplifies the multitude of outstanding partnerships we have in Oklahoma across all levels of government. We are appreciative of this additional opportunity to bring vaccines to every Oklahoman who wishes to have one,” said ODEMHS Director Mark Gower.

“FEMA is committed to supporting the State of Oklahoma and City of Tulsa in the equitable, efficient and timely distribution of vaccines. Our state and local partners have made an extraordinary effort in the vaccine rollout, this site is another step toward ensuring all individuals who want a COVID-19 vaccine have access to one,” said FEMA Region 6 Regional Administrator Tony Robinson.

Health officials continue to stress the importance of wearing masks, frequent handwashing and maintaining social distance to prevent the spread of COVID-19. For more information about COVID-19, please visit https://oklahoma.gov/covid19.html or call 211.

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Why choose the Ochsner Health Travel and Tropical Disease Clinic?

Whether for business or pleasure, traveling overseas is easier and more common now than ever. Exciting as this is, traveling to foreign countries exposes you to new diseases. Vaccination helps you avoid these diseases, and expert care ensures the best outcome if you get infected. For residents of Louisiana and Mississippi, all this and more is available at the Ochsner Health Travel and Tropical Disease Clinic.

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Need to access our Travel and Tropical Disease Clinic? Our clinic serves patients from throughout the region, and no referral is necessary.

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Staffed by infectious disease experts with specialized training in travel and tropical disease care, our travel clinic focuses on various diseases most commonly found outside of the United States, such as:

  • Dengue fever
  • Japanese encephalitis
  • Leptospirosis
  • Typhoid fever
  • Yellow fever

To ensure you’re up to date on all current immunizations for travel, staff at our Travel and Tropical Disease Clinic also provide standard immunizations. These include:

  • Hepatitis A and B

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Traveling overseas potentially exposes you to infections. That’s why we placed our Travel and Tropical Disease Clinic within the infectious disease department at Ochsner Medical Center - New Orleans .

There, our infectious disease physicians work with physician assistants and nurse practitioners. Leading our team are Obinna Nnedu, MD , medical director of Travel Medicine Clinic, and Poppy Markwell, MD . Both are certified in travel and tropical medicine through the American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene, and Dr. Nnedu is also certified in travel medicine through the International Society of Travel Medicine. Together, they diagnose travel-related conditions impacting your health and develop a treatment plan to help you recover.

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Tulsa Health Department offers free COVID-19 vaccines at the Tulsa State Fair

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2021 Tulsa State Fair First day of 2021 Tulsa State Fair welcome crowds of people despite rain.

TULSA, Okla. — The Tulsa State Fair begins this week.

While visitors will be ready for rides, food, and attractions, the Tulsa Health Department will also offer free COVID-19 vaccinations.

THD will host walk-in clinics throughout the fair offering both Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. The clinic will be located in the lower level of the SageNet Center building.

“Individuals can come and get their first dose, their second dose, their third dose or booster dose if they qualify,” said THD Clinical Services Manager Ellen Niemitalo.

Vaccinations will be available weekdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. No insurance or Social Security number are needed, and kids 12 and older are eligible with a parent or guardian present.

The vaccination process should take 30 minutes or less, including paperwork.

For most of the past year, Expo Square was used as a vaccine distribution site . We told you last year there were food vendors and a live stock show but no rides, concerts or craft booths so THD says if you go this year be sure to wear a mask around crowds, especially inside.

Masks are not required at the Tulsa State Fair but fair officials have added more sanitation stations and plan to use electromagnetic sprayers daily.

For more information on COVID-19 and vaccines, please visit www.tulsa-health.org/COVID19 .

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    Details & Directions. Located just off Garnett between 81st and 91st in the Berkshire Medical Plaza, Passport Health's Tulsa/Broken Arrow travel clinic is a convenient location to receive the pre-travel care you need. Schedule an appointment today by booking online or calling 918-400-3771. READ MORE.

  2. PDF INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL VACCINE CLINICS in OKLAHOMA

    INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL VACCINE CLINICS in OKLAHOMA Altus Rexco Drug 2101 N. Main Altus, OK Midwest City,73521 ... Travel Clinics of America Kathleen E. Lewis, M.D. 900 N. Porter, Suite 202 Norman, OK 73071 ... Tulsa Caring Nurses Association 5424 S. Memorial Drive, Suite C-3 Tulsa, OK 74145

  3. Find a Clinic

    Find a COVID-19 testing clinic. CDC provides these links as a convenience to international travelers. CDC does not endorse, recommend, or favor any clinics on these lists, nor does the appearance of a clinic on these lists imply a guarantee of service quality. Page last reviewed: August 11, 2022.

  4. Traveler's Health

    Get all recommended vaccinations in plenty of time before your trip. Ideally, you should visit a healthcare provider at least 4-6 weeks before travel, since many travel vaccines require multiple shots and take time to become fully effective. Use recommended protective medications for travel. Some medications need to be started before you travel.

  5. Travel Immunizations & Resources

    Essentials you don't want to be without. We've got you covered. Travel safely with our TSA-approved items. At-home COVID-19 tests. Travel-sized toiletries. Shop all travel items. Walgreens can help you prepare for your next adventure. Talk to a pharmacist to find out what vaccines, prescriptions and OTC medicines you need for your trip.

  6. Schedule Appointment with Tulsa Health Department

    Routine vaccines for children and adults are available at Tulsa Health Department Immunization locations. If you do not see an appointment available at your location of choice, please try another location or check back with us at a later time. Travel vaccines are available at our James O. Goodwin Health Center only.

  7. Need travel vaccines? Plan ahead.

    Many yellow fever vaccine centers also provide other pre-travel health care services. Find an authorized US yellow fever vaccine center. Examples of Vaccines. Here is a list of possible vaccines that you may need to get for the first time or boosters before you travel. COVID-19; Chickenpox; Cholera ; Flu (Influenza) Hepatitis A ; Hepatitis B ...

  8. Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinics in 74133

    CENTRAL REGIONAL. 315 S UTICA AVE. TULSA, OK 74104. 918-528-9355. TULSA, OK. Tulsa County. 1 to 4 of 4 rows results per page. If you are a yellow fever vaccine provider and need to update or revise any information listed on this site, please notify your state health department. For additional questions, contact CDC at [email protected].

  9. Vaccines for Travelers

    Vaccines for Travelers. Vaccines protect travelers from serious diseases. Depending on where you travel, you may come into contact with diseases that are rare in the United States, like yellow fever. Some vaccines may also be required for you to travel to certain places. Getting vaccinated will help keep you safe and healthy while you're ...

  10. Travel Vaccines: When to Get Them, Side Effects, and Cost

    For instance, the yellow fever vaccine offers lifelong protection for most people. But typhoid vaccine boosters are recommended every 2 to 5 years. The typical yellow fever vaccine cost is around $170 — but this can vary by clinic and location. GoodRx can help make your travel vaccines more affordable.

  11. Travel Vaccines to Protect Your Family

    Protect your child and family when traveling in the United States or abroad by: Getting the shots required for all countries you and your family plan to visit during your trip. Making sure you and your family are up-to-date on all routine U.S. vaccines. Staying informed about travel notices and alerts and how they can affect your family's ...

  12. Think Travel Vaccine Guide

    Vaccination (2-dose vaccine): Recommended for most travelers. --Administer 2 doses, at least 6 months apart. --At least 1 dose should be given before travel. Consultation: Advise patient to wash hands frequently and avoid unsafe food and water. Hepatitis B. Sexual contact, contaminated needles, & blood products, vertical transmission.

  13. Travel Vaccinations, Immunizations & Medicine

    However, if leaving sooner, you will still benefit from seeing one of our travel health specialists. Make sure to bring: To schedule an appointment call us at 1 (888) 711-2974. Travel vaccinations are vital for preventing diseases when leaving the country. Don't put yourself or a loved one at risk, get an immunization at Concentra today!

  14. THD expands COVID-19 vaccine clinic locations

    TULSA, Okla. — The Tulsa Health Department is expanding COVID-19 vaccine clinic locations beginning April 5. New appointments will be available at the following THD locations: James O. Goodwin ...

  15. Community Vaccination Center to Open in Tulsa Oklahoma

    TULSA, OK - [April 9, 2021] - Today the White House announced a new community vaccination center will open in Tulsa on Wednesday, April 21. The federally supported vaccination center will be located at the Tulsa Community College Northeast Campus, 3727 East Apache Street. ... "The news that Tulsa County is getting a vaccine distribution POD ...

  16. Travel and Tropical Disease Services

    1514 Jefferson Highway. New Orleans, LA 70121. 504-842-3000. Open 24/7. Schedule An Appointment: Follow us: Free health and wellness newsletters, delivered straight to your inbox. Planning an international trip? Be sure to protect your health with a visit to the Travel and Tropical Disease Clinic at Ochsner Health.

  17. Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinics in Oklahoma

    Tulsa County. WALGREENS # 11559. 1305 W CHEROKEE ST. WAGONER, OK 74467. 918-485-6688. WAGONER, OK. Wagoner County. 1 to 10 of 26 rows results per page. If you are a yellow fever vaccine provider and need to update or revise any information listed on this site, please notify your state health department.

  18. Tulsa Health Department offers free COVID-19 vaccines at the Tulsa

    TULSA, Okla. — The Tulsa State Fair begins this week. While visitors will be ready for rides, food, and attractions, the Tulsa Health Department will also offer free COVID-19 vaccinations.

  19. Travelers' Health

    More. Learn about CDC's Traveler Genomic Surveillance Program that detects new COVID-19 variants entering the country. Sign up to get travel notices, clinical updates, & healthy travel tips. CDC Travelers' Health Branch provides updated travel information, notices, and vaccine requirements to inform international travelers and provide ...

  20. Vaccine clinics through Tulsa Health Department canceled today as

    Starting 5 p.m. Wednesday through Thursday morning, new appointments are uploaded for distribution pods, said Mindy Spohn, OSDH vaccine facilitator. Tulsa Health Department did not add ...