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Travel Vaccinations in NYC at the Nurse Practitioner Group


Our board-certified nurse practitioners provide a range of personalized travel health services to help you and your family stay healthy anywhere your travel plans take you.


Our travel health services include:

  • Comprehensive pre-travel consultations
  • Evaluation of current health and medications
  • Recommendations for appropriate immunizations
  • Full range of vaccinations
  • Anti-malaria medication prescription
  • Advice on disease prevention in relation to travel plans
  • Dietary and safety education
  • Medical kits for travelers, and more


Our board-certified nurse practitioners can recommend and administer vaccinations specific to your travel destination, according to the latest Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for international travel. We are also an authorized vaccine center and a certified CDC Yellow Fever immunization site.


Vaccinations we provide include:

  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Tetanus
  • Typhoid
  • Yellow Fever
  • Japanese Encephalitis
  • Rabies, and more


Please note that vaccinations should be administered well in advance–at least 4 – 6 weeks–prior to your departure. You may also need to return for booster shots to complete a vaccination series.


Your Appointment:

During your visit, we will provide a consultation specific to the destination(s) to which you will be traveling. We will also provide you with the recommended vaccines and prescriptions for any medications needed before your trip, as well as health-related travel tips.


Please remember to bring your current immunization records and your trip itinerary to your appointment.


Note that most travel vaccines are not covered by insurance plans. Fees are payable by cash or credit card at the time of service.

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– Patient