When traveling internationally it is important to consider health factors such as vaccinations, water safety, and first aid. Saint Mary’s Hospital Travel Medicine Program is here to provide you with personal health recommendations, answer all of your health questions, and provide you with the proper vaccination tailored to your health and destination. We are one of the few travel centers that is State Certified to administer the Yellow Fever vaccine. We offer comprehensive and current travel and vaccination recommendations so you can be sure our experienced international travel health advisors will help make your trip a safe and healthy one.
Plan ahead: some vaccines may take several weeks to become effective.
- Yellow Fever
- Anti-Malarial Prescription
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Japanese Encephalitis
- Meningococcal Vaccine
- MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)
- Pneumoccoccal Vaccine
- Travelers Diarrhea Prescription
- Typhoid Fever
The experts in Saint Mary’s Travel Program are prepared to answer these questions and more.
- What vaccinations do I need?
- Will I be affected by jet lag?
- What other precautions should I take?
- What local health resources are available?
- Will vaccinations affect other medicines I am now taking?
- What are the risks from the local plant and animal life?
- Is the water safe?
- What first aid supplies do I need?
When you are planning to travel, come to Saint Mary’s Travel Program for all of your health needs. The Travel Program is conveniently located in Suite 308 of the Saint Mary’s Hospital Medical Office Building, 133 Scovill St., Waterbury CT, 06706. Parking is free. For more information call (203) 709-5904.