New Britain General campus:
Travel outside Canada and Western Europe often involves the potential for acquiring a variety of infections, including malaria, yellow fever, typhoid fever, hepatitis A, and travelers' diarrhea. The Hospital of Central Connecticut Travel Clinic provides vaccinations, preventive medications and practical advice for disease-avoidance during travel.
The Clinic is located in the C-1 Outpatient Care Area, just off the New Britain General campus lobby.
Travelers should ideally be seen at least one month before departure. (No physician referral required)
- Diphtheria, Tetanus
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Measles, Mumps, Rubella
- Yellow fever
We provide counseling and treatment/prevention for:
- Travelers' diarrhea and other diarrheal illnesses
- Mosquito-borne illnesses, including malaria and yellow fever
- Other travel-related illnesses, such as typhoid fever and parasitic infections
- Altitude sickness
- Post-travel follow-up