• International Travel

    Travel to a foreign country can be both exciting and challenging. The International Travel Immunization Clinic helps to plan ahead to reduce the risk of travel-related health or safety problems. Click here to view the International Travel Clinic brochure.

    The Clinic will provide you with:

    • Information about disease risks
    • Information about food, water and insect precautions
    • Preventive vaccines and medications

    Immunizations are provided for a fee ranging from $30 to $150 per vaccine. In addition, a clinic/administration fee of $60 per client will be due at time of service. These fees may not be waived. Payment may be by check, cash, or charge. The following travel vaccines are offered:

    Hepatitis A
    Hepatitis B
    Influenza
    Measles (MMR)
    Meningitis
    Pneumococcal (pneumonia)
    Polio
    Tetanus
    Typhoid
    Varicella
    Yellow Fever

    Also provided are the routine recommended vaccines for children and adults and prescriptions for anti-malarial drugs.

    Who is eligible?
    The Clinic is open to the public.

    Where do I go?
    The International Travel Clinic is held at the Public Health Center, 514 Riverview Avenue, Waukesha. Call 262-896-8430 for an appointment.
    *Please arrive 15 minutes before your appointment time for check-in and registration.

    Additional Travel Information
    CDC Travel Information
    U.S. Department of State Travel Information