The health district offers vaccines for people traveling outside the United States. As with most immunizations, travel vaccines often require several weeks to provide complete protection. It is recommended that travel vaccines are administered as soon as possible.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Travelers' Health website provides information about recommended and required vaccines, unique recommendations, precautions, or other general public health or safety concerns during your travels.
The following services are available for travelers to foreign or territorial destinations outside the United States:
All recommended adult vaccines:
Tdap (Tetanus diphtheria with whooping cough component for adults 19-64 years)
Human Papilloma Virus vaccine (ages 19-26 only)
Vaccines requested for traveling:
Typhoid (injection only)
Hepatitis A and B
Resource list to travel medicine specialists so you can discuss any medical concerns due to your personal medical history.
Services Not Available
We do not offer the following services for travelers:
Consultation with a licensed physician.
Yellow fever exemption letters for travelers cannot receive the yellow fever vaccine.
Prescriptions for medication you may need while traveling.
Blood work to determine immunity towards diseases.
Japanese Enchephalitis vaccine.
Oral Typhoid vaccine.
Travel vaccines are available at the following location:
Henderson Public Health Center
520 E. Lake Mead Parkway, Henderson, NV 89015
Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Southern Nevada Health District Main Facility
330 S. Valley View,
Las Vegas, NV
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Vaccine costs vary based on the type of immunization required. In addition to the vaccine costs, the health district charges an administrative fee of $16 per person for one vaccine and $25 per person for two or more vaccines.
Payment by Visa, MasterCard, cash, Nevada Check-up, Medicaid, and Medicare Part B & D, and Medicare Railroad is accepted. Not all vaccines are covered by insurance.
Note: The credit card holder's name must match the name on the acceptable photo identification presented.
Clients have the choice of receiving all travel related care and services from their personal health care provider for a fee, or receive indicated travel vaccines offered by the health district for a fee in conjunction with travel-related services provided by their personal health care provider or a travel medicine clinic.
Vaccine Administration Record
The travel vaccine administration record is available in English or SpanishPDF (60 KB) and must be filled out prior to receiving any immunizations.
For more information about travel vaccines contact your health care provider or the Immunization Clinic at (702) 759-0850.
Vaccine Information Sheets
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offers a number of vaccine information sheets providing details of the vaccines required to be administered. Download vaccine information sheets on the VIS webpage.
To request immunization records for yourself or a child under 18 years of age for whom you are the legal guardian, download the Authorization for Release of Immunization Record in English or Spanish. PDF 170KB
The health district supports strategies that are designed to strengthen and sustain public health and improve the health of communities through immunization programs. Download the Immunization Program Policy StatementPDF 44KB to learn more.