Samaritan Infectious Disease - International Travel - Vaccine Information


Travel Vaccine Information and Pricing

Below is a table listing our prices for adult travel related vaccines provided so that you may understand what the costs may be in preparation for your travel. Different vaccines may be recommended depending upon the intinerary and the traveler's prior vaccine status. Medical insurers often do not cover the costs of such vaccines. Prospective travelers might want to check with their insurers before coming to their appointment to understand their coverages.

Clicking on the name of the vaccines below will provide information concerning the vaccine preventable diseases, their risk to travelers, and the vaccines themselves. This information is not exhaustive but is intended to provide general information to inform the prospective traveler. Information is adapted from the CDC Health Information for International Travel (the Yellow Book) to which the interested reader might refer for additional information.

Hepatitis A (2 shot series)*
Hepatitis B (3 shot series)*
Japanese Encephalitis (two shot series)*
Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)
Polio, inactivated (IPV)
Rabies (3 shot series)*
Tetanus, Diphtheria, acellular Pertussis (Tdap)
Tetanus/Diphtheria (Td)
Twinrix (combination HepA/HepB) (3 shot series)*
Typhoid (inj)
Typhoid (oral)
Yellow Fever

*Cost is for each injection
Prices subject to change

A $76 consultation fee is charged for new patients. Vaccine administration fees are also charged ($22 for the first vaccine administered and $9 for each subsequent vaccine).