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Travel Health Information

Travel Health Information
 
Travel to a foreign country can be both exciting and challenging. Each travel destination may have specific requirements or recommendations for vaccines. Please contact one of the Travel Clinics, ideally 4-8 weeks before your trip. Most vaccines take time to become effective, and some vaccines must be given in a series over a period of days or weeks. 
 
If it is less than four weeks before you leave, you should still see your doctor as you may still benefit from shots or medications and other information about how to protect yourself from illness while traveling.
 
Travel Health Clinics:
 
Aurora Bay Area Health Center
4061 Old Peshtigo Road
Marinette, WI 54143
715-732-8016
 
Aurora BayCare Travel Medicine
2845 Greenbrier Road
Green Bay, WI 54311
920-288-8100
 
Bellin Health Travel Clinic
1630 Commanche Avenue
Green Bay, WI 54143
920-430-4700

Prevea Travel Medicine
3021 Voyager Dr.
Green Bay, WI 54311
920-405-1420
 
Additional Information:
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – Traveler’s Health