ALL IMMUNIZATION INFO GIVEN ARE SUGGESTIONS. PLEASE DISCUSS THESE WITH YOUR OWN PERSONAL PHYSICIAN(S) BEFORE MAKING A
FINAL DECISION.

WOHA offers all of these vaccines. Seriously consider routine vaccination, and help us eradicate preventable diseases. One reason the CDC offers
for low vaccination rates is a breakdown in doctor-patient communication. We are here for you. We urge you to ask, and are more than happy to
answer all of your questions about routine vaccination. Learn more about routine vaccination from the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases
(NFID).

Be prepared and immunized for travel abroad. Variable health conditions throughout the world require travelers to be aware of endemic risk areas. In
our DC metro area clinic, we provide up-to-date recommendations, pre-travel medications, vaccinations, and health guidelines according to your
travel plans. Our professional staff are experts at pre-travel evaluation and treatment of post-travel illness.

We will evaluate your itinerary and make specific recommendations including advice on what should be in your medical travel kit. We can also provide
you with an International Certificate of Vaccination to keep with your passport.

Immunizations include:
•Td Booster (Tetanus-Diphtheria)
•Tdap (Tetanus-Diptheria-Pertussis)
•Pneumococcal
•Hepatitus A
•Hepatitus B
•Seasonal Influenza (includes H1N1)
•MMR (Measles-Mumps-Rubella)
•Polio
•Varicella (Chickenpox)
•Zostavax® (Shingles)

Travel-related:
•Typhoid
•Yellow Fever
•Japanese Encephalitis
•Meningococcal
•Rabies

SEE MORE INFO AT

http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel

as well as

https://www.passporthealthusa.com/destination-advice/uganda/