310-862-0400

6020 Sea Bluff Drive, Suite #1,
Playa Vista, CA 90094

8am-8pm
Mon - Fri

8am-4pm
Sat - Sun

Last Apt Seen
15 Mins Before Closing

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310-862-0400

6020 Sea Bluff Drive, Suite #1,
Playa Vista, CA 90094

8am-8pm
Mon - Fri

8am-4pm
Sat - Sun

Last Apt Seen
15 Mins Before Closing

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In addition to our walk-in urgent care services Playa Vista Medical Center also provides all major Immunizations, Examinations, and Travel Medicine on a walk-in basis. Following is a summary of each:

Immunizations & Physicals

  • Flu Vaccinations
  • PPD Testing
  • INS Exams
  • X-rays
  • Blood Tests
  • California Certified Yellow Fever Vaccination Center
  • Confidential STD Testing & Treatment
  • Travel & Preventative Medicine

Travel Medicine Walk-In Clinic Services

  • Consultation with a physician knowledgeable in Travel Medicine
  • California Certified Yellow Fever Vaccination Center
  • Full range of Travel Vaccinations
  • Malaria Prescriptions
  • Traveler’s Diarrhea Prescriptions

Our physicians are skilled in providing you with comprehensive travel medicine consultations, including recommendations for all the vaccinations necessary to protect you on your journey. We utilize up-to-date information provided by the Center for Disease Control (CDC). You will be advised about prescription medications needed to prevent or treat malaria, traveler’s sickness, sea-sickness, altitude sickness, and other conditions you may encounter on your trip.

We Are One Of The Few Urgent Care Clinics Certified in Los Angeles to Administer the Yellow Fever Vaccine.

Examples of travel vaccinations include Hep A, Hep B (adult and pediatric), Hep AB (combo), Typhoid Fever, Yellow Fever, Meningococcal, MMR, PPD testing, TDAP, and Adacel. Malaria prescriptions are available should you need one. We suggest coming in 4-6 weeks before you travel for your vaccinations to make sure they have maximum benefit on your trip.

We Are Your One-Stop Travel Medicine Walk In Clinic

Travel FAQ's

What Is A Travel Medicine and
Travel Vaccine Consultant?
Do I Really Need One?

A travel consult means seeing a physician before you travel to be sure you are currently healthy, prepared to take care of any chronic conditions you may have, and most importantly to get updated on your vaccinations. Depending on where you are traveling, malaria prevention medication is also prescribed at a travel consultation. In general, you really should seek a travel consult if you are traveling outside the US, Canada and Western Europe. Ideally, a travel consultation should be done at least 1 month and not more than 3 months before your planned trip.

How Do I Know What Vaccines I Need?
How Much Is My Travel Consult
Going To Cost?

The CDC website is the gold standard for travel vaccination recommendations. You can read through the recommendations for the area you are traveling to and see which vaccinations you need to get versus which are required. This information constantly changes so it is imperative you check with us each time you travel outside of the United States.

The cost of our travel vaccinations are reasonable and very similar to what our competitors and your primary care office would charge. The benefit of coming to us is that no appointment is necessary, we are open in the evenings and on weekends, and you are usually in and out within an hour.

A travel consult fee of $35.00 will be charged for all Travel Medicine Services. You will be seen by a physician or Nurse Practitioner who will review your medical history, your specific country/area travel plans based on Playa Vista Medical Center’s Proprietary Travel Website, and then will advise you as to what vaccinations are required and or recommended.

This travel consult fee is in addition to the cost of the vaccine and small vaccine administration charge. Also please be prepared to remain in the office 20 minutes after receiving you vaccines so we can make sure you do not have an adverse reaction.