Our full-service clinic prepares employees and their families with vaccinations and advice for travel abroad.
What to Expect at Your Clinic Visit
Vaccines and PrescriptionsProtect against typhoid, hepatitis A and B, Japanese encephalitis, rabies, meningitis, polio and other infections with vaccines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization and other international travel authorities.
We are a designated yellow fever vaccination center and provide prescriptions for malaria, traveler’s diarrhea, jet lag and other travel-related conditions.
Customized ConsultationsYour visit will cover:
- Common health hazards at your destination, including prevention of insect- and water-borne illnesses and other transmittable infections
- Air travel-related diseases, jet lag, motion and altitude illness, traveler’s diarrhea and more
- Recent infectious outbreaks, health care standards and availability of health care at your destination
- Safety and security alerts, safe and unsafe areas, political updates and emergency information
- Personalized advice for those traveling with special needs, children and pets
When to Schedule Your AppointmentWe recommend that you schedule your appointment at least six weeks prior to your departure. Travelers will be accommodated on shorter notice, but there might not be enough time to complete certain immunization series prior to your departure.
Location and HoursSpectrum Health Travel Medicine
3350 Broadmoor Avenue
Grand Rapids, MI 49512
Wednesday 8 a.m. to noon
Friday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
By appointment only.
Payment and Insurance ConsiderationsPayment is due at the time of service.
We accept cash, check or credit card. We do not bill health insurance carriers directly. However, we provide travelers with a detailed statement, which may be submitted for reimbursement.