Get an appointment at AITC Immunization & Travel Clinic

We provide travel health visits, vaccinations, TB testing, and blood tests. Appointment only.

What to do

Make an appointment

You can make an appointment online or by calling (415) 554-2625.

We have 5 types of appointments.  

Before book online, we highly recommend you to read the information about "How to choose the correct appointment type to book", further down this page.


Language Support

We want to help you communicate with our clinic team.  Select what language you prefer when you make an appointment- we have Chinese and Spanish speaking staff and can obtain translation support for other languages.  

If you have impaired vision or hearing or you use American Sign Language (ASL), please let us know in advance by calling 415-554-2625 or email us at before making an appointment.  We will make arrangements for your visit, and it will be no cost to you.



Prepare for your appointment

  1.  Check our prices. We do not accept insurance.
  2. Arrive 15 minutes before your appointment time. Bring any immunization records that you have. Make sure you have eaten and are well hydrated. If this is a travel health visit, prepare your full itinerary including layovers, and be aware that late arrivals may have to reschedule. Expect to stay one hour with the nurse.
  3. Check in at the front desk. You will be asked to complete some forms. Fill them out before the visit to save time. Find the forms further down this page.
  4. After registering, you will see our clinician.
  5. The wait time is generally a few minutes, but can be shorter or longer. We do our best to keep the wait time as short as possible.
  6. When it is your turn, our clinician will see you for evaluation and recommendations, then will give you a total fee, give you the injections and ask you to pay at the front desk for service(s) you have received.
  7. Some services such as TB skin test may require you to return to our clinic a few days later for the result. Please check with our clinician for more details.


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Fill out these forms before your visit to save time at the clinic.

Policies and notices

Policies and notices

Minor Policy

For minors who have not yet reached their 18th birthday, the parent or legal guardian is expected to accompany the minor to the AITC visit and sign consent for treatment in person.  There are limited exceptions:

Open Payments Notice

Open payments is a publicly accessible database of payments to promote transparency by requiring applicable manufacturers of drugs, devices, and biological or medical supplies to annually report to CMS certain payments made to physicians, and certain advanced practice providers.

For informational purposes only, a link to the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Open Payments web page is provided on this notice. The federal Physician Payments Sunshine Act requires that detailed information about payment and other payments of value worth over ten dollars ($10) from manufacturers of drugs, medical devices, and biologics to physicians and teaching hospitals be made available to the public.

The link to the Open Payments web page can be found here:

Special cases

How to choose the correct appointment type to book

How to choose the correct appointment type to book

Note: We do not accept insurance, including Medicare or Medical

All below appointments are available

  • TRAVEL HEALTH Visit with or without vaccination for ONE person (One Hour)
    • This appointment is for ONE person who is planning international travel. The first part of the visit is a travel consultation by our travel nurse. Vaccine(s) will be given after consultation.
    • For appointments for minors, please read our minor policy.
    • For individuals who received the 1st dose at least 28 days ago
  • BLOOD TEST Visit – (excludes consultation or vaccinations related to international travel)
    • Click here for blood test services and fees.
    • Blood test visit can include routine vaccination(s).
  • REGULAR Visit (30 mins.)One person per appointment. (SFUSD studentsK-12, please choose this visit) (excludes consultation or vaccinations related to international travel)
    • Services available during a REGULAR Visit:
      • TB skin test:
        • TB skin tests are placed on Mon, Tues, Weds, or Fri only.
        • Required vaccines for SFUSD students (Age between 4 and 18 years old)
        • Note: We do not offer TB skin tests on Thursdays, Fridays before long weekends, and on Tuesdays or Wednesdays before Thanksgiving Day.
      • Routine vaccination examples include:
        • Completion of Hepatitis B, rabies, and other pre-approved vaccine series; the need for an HPV vaccine; obtaining a replacement card for your US or international vaccines.
    • COVID vaccination  
      • We only offer MODERNA Bivalent Booster for 5 years old and above. This vaccine is for individuals who have completed the primary series at least 2 months ago OR received their last booster of monovalent COVID vaccine at least 2 months ago. Please click HERE for our policy for minor visits.

If none of the above apply to your situation or you have any questions about the visit type, please call us at 415-554-2625.

Find out more about our travel health visits

Find out more about our travel health visits

We are experts in travel medicine. To prepare for your trip, we offer a travel health visit—your personal preventive health care session with an experienced AITC travel & immunization nurse. Your nurse will gather information and make recommendations, and you can ask questions and participate in decision-making.

We recommend making the appointment for 4-6 weeks prior to your departure in case several doses of a vaccine are required.

Travel vaccines and medications

  • We stock all FDA-approved vaccines for international travel.
  • We offer prescriptions for travel-related conditions: malaria, travelers’ diarrhea, high altitude illness, anaphylaxis. AITC will send a prescription to a pharmacy of your choice, where you can purchase the medication.

Additional travel-related services

  • International Certificates of Vaccination
  • Yellow Fever vaccine certification or medical waiver
  • For travelers who suspect they have contracted a disease while traveling, we offer referral to a specialist in tropical medicine or infectious diseases

During the travel health visit, the nurse will:

  • Review your travel plans closely, noting activities, places, and season of travel
  • Point out disease risks specific to your trip, based on our comprehensive, up-to-date, global database
  • Note your medications, allergies, medical conditions, and past vaccines
  • Recommend vaccines & medications customized for your trip, and discuss the risks & benefits of each
  • Assess your malaria risk, and recommend a malaria prevention drug if needed
  • Tell you which vaccines you do not need
  • If cost is an issue, help you prioritize decisions to achieve the most cost-effective plan
  • Advise you how to stay healthy and avoid or manage common travel health problems
  • Administer your vaccines comfortably
  • Provide the AITC Handbook—24 pages of travel health advice you can fold up and take with you
  • Ensure your medication prescriptions are transmitted to the pharmacy of your choice.
  • Answer your questions

Get info for SFUSD students

Get info for SFUSD students

SFUSD students who already have a regular pediatric doctor or clinic must contact their regular doctor or clinic. AITC is available for SFUSD K-12 students who do not have a regular doctor or clinic.

Costs: SFUSD students who have Medi-Cal, or are uninsured, are eligible for free vaccines. Others may need to purchase vaccines at AITC on a sliding scale.

Parent(s)/Guardian(s) needs to bring (a) the SFUSD letter (b) the child’s Medi-Cal card (c) the child’s immunization records (issued from in the USA or from other countries) to the visit.

Get a copy of your AITC medical records

Get a copy of your AITC medical records

If your visit was after February 21, 2022, contact DPH Health Information Management at (628) 206-8622.

If your visit was before February 20, 2022, complete and sign this form and give it to AITC.

Get more info about immunizations and travel health

Get more info about immunizations and travel health


Travel Health

  • Travel Health Preparation Online

    Health risks you may encounter during your trip, vaccine recommendations, and disease prevention information, organized by destination.  Easier to navigate and more detailed than the CDC Travelers’ Health site.  The service is free but you will be asked to register online to use the site.
  • Centers for Disease Control – Travelers’ Health

    Information about vaccinations, diseases, and CDC’s vaccination recommendations for the countries you will be visiting.  Current disease outbreaks around the world, regulations for traveling with pets, suggestions for special needs travelers, and more.
  • World Health Organization (WHO)

    Detailed country profiles and epidemiological information about diseases and outbreaks.
  • International Association for Medical Assistance to Travelers (IAMAT)

    A network of physicians, hospitals, and clinics available to IAMAT members anywhere in the world.  Doctors who speak English and have had medical training in North America or Europe.  IAMAT inspects clinics to ensure standards of care.  Free membership.

More Travel Resources

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AITC Immunization & Travel Clinic

101 Grove Street, Room 102
San Francisco, CA 94102

Mon to Fri, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Closed for lunch 12 pm - 1pm

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We are closed weekends and holidays.

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Last updated April 18, 2024