NOTICE: The Travel & Adult Immunization Clinic at the Pasadena Public Health Department does not accept health insurance as a means of payment. The clinic does not bill health insurance plans for vaccines or services on behalf of the Department or the client. The clinic does not provide clients with health insurance billing information, such as ICD-9 codes or CPT codes, for vaccines and services rendered necessary for insurance reimbursement.
We have moved to the Second Floor Room 2130! Our location continues to be at 1845 N. Fair Oaks Avenue, but we are no longer on the Ground Floor. Please find our friendly travel and immunization clinic staff on the second floor.
The Pasadena Public Health Department Adult and Travel Immunization Clinic provides a wide range of immunization services for adults, seniors and people who need vaccinations for travel.
I am an adult and received my vaccinations as a child; why do I need to get vaccinated?
Watch the Disease Scene Investigation video that explores this question in film noir style with:
Your kids and teens are vaccinated and ready for the school year, but are you up to date?
Click here to view the CDC's 2012 immunization recommendations for adults 19 years and older.
Take the"What Vaccines do You Need?" quiz designed by the CDC.
Or download the CDC's Adult Immunization Scheduler to find out more.
Your passport to health starts with a visit to the Pasadena Public Health Department's Adult & Travel Immunization Clinic.
Looking for the most up to date information about travel health precautions for your destination?
Visit the CDC's Travelers' Health website or call us at (626) 744-6121.
Monday - Thursday 8:00 - 11:30 am and 1:00 - 4:30 pm.
For Yellow Fever Vaccines only, please call us at (626) 744-6121 before you come in to make sure that the clinic has the Yellow Fever Vaccine in stock.Please see the City Calendar for closings due to City-observed holidays.
Wednesday & Thursday 8:00 - 11:00 am and 1:00 - 4:00 pm.
For more information, please refer to the following resources.
Shots by the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine contains the childhood, adolescent, catch-up, adult, and medical immunization schedules for the United States for 2011.