Infectious Diseases Clinic

 Infectious Diseases & travel Vaccination



Most of insurance companies do not cover travel-related medical 
expenses including vaccination, prophylaxis and consultations

We recommend you to fax us the following forms at 856 8744371 


A) Patient's Registration Form.  Adobe PDF file

B) Travel Information Form
 (for international travelers).Adobe PDF file

C) Vaccine Screening Questionare Form. Adobe PDF file


Information for people requiring the Yellow Fever Vaccine and International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis: 

Travelers must receive their Yellow Fever vaccine at least 10 days prior to their departure date, as the certificate (International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis) starts effective 10 days after the date of Yellow Fever vaccine administration and is valid for 10 years (example if a person receives Yellow Fever vaccine on January 1, 2012, the validity of the certificate starts from January 11,2012 and remains valid till january 11, 2022).

 Diseases/Conditions Vaccines
Malaria Routine
Travelers' diarrhea Recommended 
Yellow fever Required


Taj Mahal, India

We provide most of the vaccines.

Routine Vaccines (adults) Recommended Required
Influenza (flu) As per destination country Yellow fever
Tdap   Meningococcal
Varicella   Japanese encephalitis
HPV, Male and female    
Hepatitis A    
Hepatitis B    

For further assistance attend our clinic or contact our clinic at 856 725 6776.


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