Travel Health Services is your vaccination centre in central Ohio. Whether you are an international traveler or staying right here in the U.S., we can help protect you against a myriad of infectious diseases. An important part of our service is education about immunization and the risk of infectious diseases both at home and abroad.
Vaccinations at Travel Health Services
Travel Health Services will review your current immunizations and help you get "caught up" with your vaccinations, protecting you both at home and abroad. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) outlines the recommended routine vaccination schedules for US Citizens. Adults and teen-age children may receive routine immunizations at Travel Health Services. You may find that many providers prefer not to stock some vaccines, such as meningitis, HPV and shingles.
Infants and children should receive routine immunizations at their pediatrician's office, since this is usually a time for additional well child evaluation and consultation with parents.
Click on the links below to jump to the CDC recommendations for routine vaccinations for infectious diseases and to considerations for international travelers.
- CDC Recommended Immunization Schedule for Persons 0-6 Years - United States
- CDC Recommended Immunization Schedule for Persons 7-18 Years - United States
- CDC Recommended Adult Immunization Schedule
- International Travel Vaccinations