Travel Immunizations


Call (636)528-6117 to schedule your Pre-Travel Consultation with a Registered Nurse 


Prior to traveling outside of the United States, adults and children may need additional vaccinations. Some vaccinations may even be required prior to entering or leaving a foreign country. Ideally, you should begin the process of receiving vaccinations approximately 4-6 months prior to travel, most vaccinations must be started at least 3 weeks prior to travel.

Receiving Travel Vaccinations at Lincoln County Health Department:

  • A consultation with a Registered Nurse is required prior to receiving travel vaccinations. Consultations are available during regular business hours. Please note that there is a fee associated with the consultation, which will be due at the time of service. Call (636)528-6117  to schedule a pre-travel consultation, and for pricing. 
  • Following a consultation, an appointment is made to receive vaccinations needed prior to travel. Lincoln County Health Department is able to provide all regular and travel vaccinations, including Yellow Fever and a Certificate of Vaccination. The cost of the vaccination will be required at the time of service.
  • Education regarding non-vaccine preventable diseases the traveler will be at risk for will also be provided at the time of vaccination. 

Lincoln County Health Department follows guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. More information regarding safe travel and travel vaccinations can be found on the CDC Traveler's Health page.