Travel Immunization

Travel Immunization

Types of Immunizations and Fees

Author: Family Health Services Staff/Wednesday, May 31, 2017/Categories: Get a Vaccine, Home Page, International Travel Immunization Clinic, NEWS, Adult Health

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Will County Health Department

Travel Immunization Clinic

Immunization Prices

 

The following table displays the available vaccines and the cost. Pre-travel consultation is available for $50.00 for the first person; $25.00 for each additional person in the family. 

(Prices subject to change due to cost of vaccines: Updated 6/21/2017) 

VACCINES AVAILABLE

Vaccine type

Cost

Vaccine type

Cost

Yellow Fever

Twinrix (Hepatitis A & B combined)

$120.00

Hepatitis A

$85.00

Hepatitis B

$85.00

Oral Typhoid

$110.00

Typhoid Shot (inactivated)

$110.00

Tdap - Tetanus/ Diphtheria/ Whooping Cough

$75.00

Polio (Injection)

$75.00

Meningitis-       MCV4           

$145.00

Flu Shot

$40.00

Varicella (Chicken Pox)

$165.00

MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella)

$115.00

Pneumonia

$135.00

HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) Gardasil9

 

$240.00

Japanese Encephalitis

Available

Rabies- Pre-exposure- each dose

$325.00

Cholera Vaccine

Available

 

 

MEDICATIONS AVAILABLE

Anti-Malarial Medications

Malarone, Price dependent on dosage of medication needed

Anti- Diarrheals Medications for Travelers Diarrhea

Ciprofloxacin, Azithromycin

Price dependent on type of medication

 

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