Travel Medicine

Traveling Abroad?

Do you travel with work or for pleasure?

Make sure you are protected before you travel!

Tilghman Medical Center is a leading provider of travel health information and immunizations for international travelers, major corporations, universities, and other international organizations. Our staff is comprised of professionals that include board-certified physicians who are knowledgeable in vaccines that are necessary to protect your health.
We follow the most current recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC). The CDC Travelers’ Health offers information to help travelers and their healthcare providers in deciding the vaccines, medications, and other measures necessary to prevent illness and injury while traveling abroad.

To research vaccine requirements and other health needs for specific countries, please view the CDC’s Travel Guidelines. We offer every vaccine, plus we are a state certified Yellow Fever Vaccine provider.

What To Expect: Tilghman Medical Center Physicians will:

  • Evaluate your individual needs based on your itinerary.
  • Review and assess your health history.
  • Provide you with the latest information on current health risks, recommended and required vaccinations.
  • Discuss and administer immunizations and prescribe any travel medications needed.

Tilghman Medical Center also offers routine vaccinations, such as Shingles, Pneumonia, Hepatitis A and B, and Influenza – to keep you safe and healthy!

Find Required and Recommended Vaccines:

To research vaccine requirements and other health needs for specific countries, please visit the CDC’s Travel Guidelines. Use the map or scroll down to the list of countries to select a destination and get travel health information for that location, including routine vaccines.

Recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding Vaccines:

To view the schedule for persons from BIRTH through 18 years, click here.

For the “Catch-up” schedule if you are behind in getting your vaccines, then click here.

For the Adult schedule, by vaccine and age group, then click here.

Recommended Vaccines for adults with medical issues and Other, click here.

To view Adult Contraindications (those who should not get a particular vaccine) and Precautions, click here.