Pfizer booster vaccinations now available for the following population:
- 65 years and older at least 6 months after last Pfizer dose
- 50 – 64 years with underlying medical condition at least 6 months after last Pfizer dose should receive a booster
- 18 – 49 years with underlying medical condition at least 6 months after last Pfizer dose may receive a booster
Underlying medical condition includes:
- Chronic kidney disease
- Chronic lung disease (COPD, Moderate to severe asthma, interstitial lung disease, Cystic fibrosis, pulmonary HTN)
- Dementia or other neurological condition
- Down’s syndrome
- Heart conditions (CHF, CAD, HTN, Cardiomyopathy)
- Chronic liver disease (alcoholic hepatitis, NAFLD, cirrhosis)
- Overweight / obesity
- Hematologic conditions (Sickle Cell disease, Thalassemia)
- Substance abuse disorders
- 18 – 64 years who are at risk for exposure and exposure due to occupations or institutional setting may receive a booster
Occupational / institutional risk includes:
- Healthcare workers
- Day care staff
- Grocery workers
- Staff in homeless shelters
- Correctional workers
Moderna booster vaccinations are only available for immunocompromised patients regardless of patient age:Immunocompromised condition includes:
- Receiving cancer therapy
- Received organ transplant and taking immunosuppressives
- Received stem cell transplant within the last 2 years or taking immunosuppressives
- Moderate or severe primary immunodeficiencies
- Advanced or untreated HIV infection
- Active treatment with high-dose steroids or other immunosuppressives
Traveling overseas? Visit the Travel clinic for your immunizations.
Call (512) 901-4486 for more information.
ADC's Travel Clinic keeping you healthy wherever your travels take you.
Going abroad for work, family or pleasure? The key to good health is preparation, and our Travel Clinic staff can advise you on the best way to get ready for your trip.
Our services are based on the most current materials published on international travel from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization and the US Department of State.
What sort of travelers should visit the Travel Clinic?
- Business travelers
- Immunization shots for missions, volunteer & adoption trips
- Students studying abroad
- Leisure travelers
- Travelers on US Government business
When should you visit the Travel Clinic?
Ideally, you should schedule your appointment at least 4 weeks before you leave on your trip. It takes time after any vaccinations to develop adequate anti-body response before you reach a country with possible contamination.
But even if you don't have 4 weeks, we can help you increase your chances of having a healthy trip.
What services does the Travel Clinic provide?
- Travel itinerary and health history review
- Personalized recommendations for precautions and vaccines based on your travel plans
- International Certificate of Vaccination
- Malaria prevention
- Dengue Fever prevention
- Individual report on health-related issues, environmental hazards, assessment of terrorism threat and embassy and consulate information
- On-site Flu Clinics