Travel Clinic Vaccines & Immunizations
Travel Clinic NYC, Travel Vaccines, Travel Shots
Each year more and more Americans travel abroad – for vacation, business, volunteerism, mission trips, or to visit family and friends. Whatever your reason for traveling, you may need to protect your health with travel vaccines or medication for:
If you will be traveling abroad, particularly to developing countries, and you need travel vaccines, come to Statcare Travel Clinic in Hicksville, Long Island; Astoria, Queens; Brooklyn, NYC; the Bronx at Bartow Avenue (Co-op City); the Bronx at E. 174th Street; Jackson Heights, the Queen; Midtown Manhattan in Manhattan and Jamaica, Queens.
Statcare is a designated yellow fever vaccination center. We offer the yellow fever vaccine, as well as typhoid fever vaccine, Japanese encephalitis vaccine and anti-malaria medications for those who are planning international travel. Our travel clinic vaccines and immunizations are easy to get and very affordable.
If you will be traveling abroad, we encourage you to visit the CDC’s Travelers’ Health web site to see what diseases may be common in the country or region you will be visiting and learn what you need to do to protect your health before, during, and after travel.
Travel Clinic NYC & Travel Vaccines FAQs
The majority of travelers do not need a travel clinic visit or consultation nowadays. All of the information is out there on the web and can be understood by most consumers.
Yes, if you need to talk to our provider, you can get a travel consultation.
We are a walk-in clinic. We see everyone as they come. Expect it to take 15 minutes for registration after which you will be seen right away unless there are people ahead of you. If travel shots are all you need, expect to get done in less than 40 minutes.
No. You can travel after one travel immunization dose. You can take the second dose of the travel immunization upon your return.
We accept all major insurance plans. We just don’t take insurance for any travel-related vaccine or travel consultation visit if you wanted one.
You can bring your medical records with you. However, this may not be necessary unless you have a chronic illness. It is always a good idea to bring your list of medications, at the least. If you do not have a medical record on you, don’t worry. We can still manage with your medication list or call your pharmacy regarding your medicines if we need to clarify something.
Yellow Fever Card: International Certificate of Vaccination