Vaccine Pricing

At Nashville Travel Medicine we provide the fastest service and lowest priced travel vaccinations of any clinic in Middle Tennessee.
See also FAQ page for physician travel consultation charges.

Vaccine
Price Per Dose
Yellow Fever (over age 2)
Hepatitis A (adult)
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$85
Hepatitis A (pediatric) age 2 -18 years
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$65
Hepatitis B (adult)*
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$85
Hepatitis B (pediatric) age 1 to 19 years*
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$65
Twinrix (combination of Hepatitis A and B in one shot) over 18*
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$140
Tetanus/diphtheria/pertussis (Adacel) age 11-64 years
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$70
Tetanus/diphtheria (age 7 years and up)
$50
Tetanus alone (preservative free)
$29
Influenza
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$25
Typhoid (injection) over age 2 years
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$90
Typhoid (oral) 4 pills over 7 days on empty stomach
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$90
Polio injection (adult booster)
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$65
Measles (MMR)
$90
Menengitis (Menactra) age 11-55 years
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$140
Menengitis (Menomune) ages 2-10 and over 55 years
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$140
Varicella (chickenpox) (age 13 – 60) 2 doses required
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$135 Per Dose
Japanese Encephalitis IM (Ixiaro) – 2 doses required
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$350 Per Dose
Pneumonia (Pneumovax adult)
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$85
Zostervax (Shingles)
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$350
HPV Cervical Cancer (Guardasil)**
**special order
Rabies – 3 doses required
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$325 Per Dose
TB skin test (with interpretation at 48 to 72 hours)
$50

Prices are subject to change. Please call our office to confirm current pricing. All prices in US dollars.

Yellow Fever Vaccine

provides protection from a very severe viral illness transmitted by mosquitoes. It is a risk only in some countries in Africa and South America. Some countries require proof of yellow fever immunization as a condition for entry and/or to get a visa.

Hepatitis A Vaccine

provides protection from liver disease caused by the hepatitis A virus, which is transmitted through food and water. A single dose provides excellent protection for at least one year. One additional dose given between 6 and 18 months after the first dose will provide lifetime protection.

Hepatitis B Vaccine

provides protection from liver disease caused by the Hepatitis B virus, which is transmitted sexually and by contact with blood.. Three doses are required to provide reliable immunity. For travelers we use the accelerated dosing schedule with doses on days 0, 7, and 21, allowing the series to be completed in three weeks. For travelers unable to complete the three dose series before travel, some protection may be provided by two doses, with the third dose given on return.

* Three (3) doses required at 0, 1 and 6 months to achieve lifetime immunity.
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* Three (3) doses at 0, 1 week and 3 weeks to achieve immunity for at least a year. A booster dose is recommended after 1 year for lifetime immunity.

Twinrix Vaccine

is a combination of Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B vaccines allowing one to get these two vaccines in a single injection. Three doses are required on days 0, 7, and 21.

* Three (3) doses required at 0, 1 and 6 months to achieve lifetime immunity.
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* Three (3) doses at 0, 1 week and 3 weeks to achieve immunity for at least a year. A booster dose is recommended after 1 year for lifetime immunity.

Tdap Vaccine

(tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis)
provides protection from tetanus, diphtheria, and whooping cough which are bacterial infections that can be life threatening. Almost everyone has received the basic 3 dose series as a child. A booster dose every 10 years is recommended to maintain ones immunity, even if one is not traveling.

Influenza

vaccine provides protection from the strains of influenza virus expected to be circulating that year. A new vaccine containing the strains expected to circulate is produced each year, so one needs this vaccine annually. This is a very important vaccine for travelers, and should be given to almost everyone.

Typhoid Vaccine

provides protection from typhoid fever, a bacterial bloodstream infection acquired through food or water. Two vaccines are available. One dose of the injectable form of the vaccine provides protection for 2 years. The oral typhoid vaccine requires one to take a capsule on an empty stomach every other day for 4 doses and provides protection or 5 years.

Polio Vaccine

is given to all children as part of the childhood immunization series. It provides excellent protection from this potentially severe viral illness. A booster dose is recommended for adults traveling to countries where polio is still occurring. Booster doses are not required in the United States because there hasn’t been a case of polio acquired in this country for many years.

Meningitis (Menactra) Vaccine

provides protection from meningococcal meningitis , a severe bacterial infection of the central nervous system. It is transmitted by close contact with an infected person or carrier. Menactra is used for persons age 2 – 55.

Meningitis (Menomune) Vaccine

provides protection from meningococcal meningitis , a severe bacterial infection of the central nervous system. It is transmitted by close contact with an infected person or carrier. Menomune is recommended for persons over age 55. A single dose provides protection for five years. Meningococcal vaccine is required for all travelers to Saudi Arabia during the Haijj.

Varicella Vaccine

protects susceptible persons from chickenpox, a viral illness which is so infectious that almost everyone born before the vaccine was available got the infection. It is given to all children as part of their childhood immunization series. It may be required for some adults working in healthcare who haven’t had chickenpox or the vaccine. It requires two doses.

Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine

provides protection from Japanese B Encephalitis, a viral brain infection with a high mortality rate. Fortunately, it is only needed for travel to a few Asian countries, and only with certain types of travel itineraries.

Pneumonia Vaccine

provides protection from pneumoccal pneumonia, the most common type of pneumonia. It is recommended for everyone over the age of 60. One booster dose is recommended about 5 years after the first dose to maintain immunity.

(Zostervax)

Shingles vaccine provides protection from a painful skin eruption caused by the same virus that causes chickenpox (varicella virus). Even persons who have already had an episode of shingles should get this vaccine. Only one dose is required.

HPV Vaccine

(Gardasil) is recommended for all girls before they become sexually active. It provides protection from infection with the strains of the human papillomavirus which may cause cancer of the cervix. It may also be given to boys to prevent venereal warts caused by this virus. Three doses are required at 0, 2, and 6 months.

** Three (3) doses required at 0, 2 and 6 months

Rabies Vaccine

protects from this universally fatal viral infection. It is recommended for veterinary workers and, under certain circumstances, for travelers to the many parts of the world where rabies is common. It is used also as part of the treatment for suspected rabies exposure.