International travel, whether for a vacation, church or diplomatic mission, or business, can be challenging if you are not prepared. Disease, illness, crime and injury happen unexpectedly to even the most experienced traveler. Planning for good health on an international trip is as important as buying tickets or obtaining a visa and passport.
Kalispell Regional Medical Center's Travel Medicine Clinic provides education, information, travel vaccines and travel medications for the international traveler. Our staff can prepare you for your trip with destination-specific medical information, immunizations, medications and other health care needs for your trip abroad.
Immunization review and administration
KRMC's Travel Medicine Clinic provides vaccines required to enter foreign countries and those recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization. Certain recommended vaccines may help families reduce the risk of acquiring illnesses during international travel, including travel for international adoption.
Individuals should schedule a visit at least one month prior to travel. Some vaccines, such as Hepatitis A, need several weeks to take effect while others may require multiple doses.
The travel medicine clinic offers the following vaccinations:
Kalispell Regional Medical Center Travel Medicine Clinic is located in the Northwest Specialists office at 75 Claremont Street, Suite H (the Northwest Professional Building) in Kalispell.
To make an appointment, call 751-5364.
Kalispell Regional Medical Center
75 Claremont Street, Suite H
Kalispell, MT 59901
Phone: (406) 751-5364
Fax: (406) 751-5367