Travel Vaccinations

Where are you travelling?

Depending on where you plan to travel this year, the CDC recommends that you get certain vaccinations beforehand. This is most important when you are travelling internationally.

What country are you traveling to?
What vaccinations are recommended?

(hover or click on your destination to see the CDC recommended travel vaccinations)

Don't see the country you are travelling to?

Talk to a Travel Health Specialist

CDC Vaccine Recommendations

Please review the vaccines and medicines list in the drop-down below. You can schedule with us anytime, however vaccines are recommended at least a month before your trip.

Vaccines

Recommendations

Routine vaccines?

The CDC recommends that you are up to date on all of these routine vaccines before any trip, regardless of location.

Some of these vaccines include:

  • Chickenpox (Varicella)
  • Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis
  • Flu (influenza)
  • Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR)
  • Polio
  • Shingles
COVID-19It is recommended that all travelers be up to date with their COVID-19 Vaccine, whether it be first, second, or booster shots.
CholeraThe CDC recommends cholera vaccination for adults traveling to areas of active cholera transmission. Please call for more details.
Hepatitis AThe CDC recommends the Hepatitis A vaccination to travelers of all ages. Please call for specifics.
Hepatitis BThe CDC recommends the Hepatitis B vaccination to travelers of all ages.
MalariaIt is highly recommended that you take prescription medication for Malaria when traveling to many countries. Reference the above map to verify.
Measles/Mumps/RubellaThe CDC recommends a dose of the MMR Vaccine to infants from 6 to 11 months that are traveling.
PolioThe CDC recommends Polio Vaccines in booster doses to adults who received their initial shot as a child. The series is recommended for those that are unvaccinated or do not know their vaccination status.
RabiesA Rabies vaccine would be necessary if you were planning to be around dogs or wildlife. Rabid dogs are common in many countries. Reference the above map to verify.
TyphoidThe Typhoid Vaccine is recommended to the majority of travelers.

Vaccines

Routine vaccines? The CDC recommends that you are up to date on all of these routine vaccines before any trip, regardless of location. Some of these vaccines include:
  • Chickenpox (Varicella)
  • Diphtheria-Tetanus-Pertussis
  • Flu (influenza)
  • Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR)
  • Polio
  • Shingles
COVID-19 It is recommended that all travelers be up to date with their COVID-19 Vaccine, whether it be first, second, or booster shots.
Cholera The CDC recommends cholera vaccination for adults traveling to areas of active cholera transmission. Please call for more details.
Hepatitis A The CDC recommends the Hepatitis A vaccination to travelers of all ages. Please call for specifics.
Hepatitis B The CDC recommends the Hepatitis B vaccination to travelers of all ages.
Malaria It is highly recommended that you take prescription medication for Malaria when traveling to many countries. Reference the above map to verify.
Measles/Mumps/Rubella The CDC recommends a dose of the MMR Vaccine to infants from 6 to 11 months that are traveling.
Polio The CDC recommends Polio Vaccines in booster doses to adults who received their initial shot as a child. The series is recommended for those that are unvaccinated or do not know their vaccination status.
Rabies A Rabies vaccine would be necessary if you were planning to be around dogs or wildlife. Rabid dogs are common in many countries. Reference the above map to verify.
Typhoid The Typhoid Vaccine is recommended to the majority of travelers.

What Vaccines do we offer?

We are currently offering several different types of vaccinations for travel and are always adding more to the list.

For Travel Vaccinations, we currently offer:

Other medical services you may need for traveling:

Hepatitis B

Who needs it?

  • Shots are given in a series of 2,3,4 shots.
  • Children at 6 months receive them and workers

TD (Tetanus)

Who needs it?

  • 8 years and older
  • Pre-teens who haven’t had the shot should get it between the ages of 11-12.
  • Pregnant women should get the Tdap during 3rd trimester of every pregnancy
  • Adults should get 1 shot every 10 years.

PPD (Tuberculosis)

What is it?

TB or Tuberculosis is an infection, usually of the lungs, caused by bacteria that spreads when you breathe in the air exhaled by a person infected with TB. 

COVID-19 Services

We are offer several different medical services related to COVID-19, including testing for COVID-19 with PCR tests, rapid antigen tests, antibody tests and pre-shift screenings. We also offer COVID-19 Vaccinations.

Flu Shot (Influenza)

We are currently offering Flu Shots as well as COVID-19 Vaccinations. We offer both the Moderna and Pfizer Vaccine. Learn more about scheduling your vaccine below.

Laboratory Services

CNS Occupational Medicine offers an expansive list of laboratory services performed at our clinic or on-site in our Mobile Health Clinic. Some tests inlcude Heavy Metals, Hepatitis Titers and Vaccination, Tuberculosis Testing (TB), and Standard Wellness and Bloodwork Panels.

Need other Vaccines?

We are always adding new travel vaccines for different international travelling. If you are in need of another vaccine or need advice on which vaccines to get you can call us at 717.839.5466 or contact us below.

Biometric Screenings

Biometric screenings offer employees instant feedback and a clinical evaluation to help them understand their risk for various health issues.

These readings establish a health baseline that can be used to evaluate a person’s risk for a variety of issues that can be prevented with early detection.

Location is Everything

Located in Lititz, PA, we are just 10 minutes from Ephrata, Lebanon and Lancaster Pennsylvania. We are also just 30-40 miles from York, PA and Harrisburg, PA. We are in your neighborhood and have plenty of appointments available and we do take walk-ins. Keep yourself and others safe by getting all of your vaccinations for travel.