Travel Clinic

We are a Registered Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinic with the CDC and can provide you with the yellow fever vaccination certificates that you might need.

We specialize in preparing people for travel to every corner of the world. Threlkeld Infectious Disease uses the most current Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations regarding vaccinations and infectious disease prevention. We can also update our travelers on U.S. State Department advisories for travel to politically unstable areas.

At your visit, you will have the opportunity to discuss your travel itinerary with our Board Certified Infectious Disease physicians. They will make specific vaccine recommendations based upon CDC guidelines and will answer all of your questions.



Routine adult vaccinations (e.g. tetanus, pertussis, diphtheria) are available.


Recommendations are based on specific criteria such as travel to rural areas, season of travel, patient age, and health status (e.g. we may recommend several vaccinations for you, including such vaccines as poliomyelitis, influenza, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, Japanese encephalitis, meningococcal, rabies, measles, mumps and rubella).


Yellow fever and meningococcal meningitis vaccinations are required for entry into some countries. Threlkeld Infectious Disease issues yellow fever vaccination certificates.

Recommendations for Travel

Four to six weeks before departure

Schedule an appointment with Threlkeld Infectious Disease if at all possible. Some vaccine series require several days or weeks to administer and take full effect.

What to bring to your appointment:

  • Travel itinerary
  • List of current medications
  • Immunization records

We provide every patient with physician guidance specific to each patient’s medical needs.

While Traveling

Refer to your Threlkeld Infectious Disease destination report (from the CDC Travel Site) for location-specific guidance on food, beverage and environmental precautions.

After Your Trip -- If you come home sick…

  • Call Threlkeld Infectious Disease immediately for an appointment with one of our infectious disease specialists.
  • In the case of a medical emergency, call 911.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment.  If the visit is for other than travel medicine, please be sure to have your primary care provider complete the attached referral documentation for us.