Hepatitis A (Hep A)

Hepatitis A (Hep A) Vaccination

The CDC recommends the hepatitis A vaccine for international travelers. While the hepatitis A vaccine is now recommended for all children in the U.S., this vaccine may not have been available when many adults were children themselves. (Resource ACP)

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Schedule a Convenient, Low Cost Hep A Vaccine Appointment

Contact us either by our online appointment scheduling form or call 952-405-8812 to set up an appointment today. Appointments are available early or late in the day, as well as same day appointments at our convenient Twin Cities (Minneapolis/St. Paul), Minnesota location.

What is Hepatitis A (Hep A)?

The Hepatitis A virus causes liver disease that can range from a mild illness lasting a few weeks, to a severe illness lasting several months. An estimated 25,000 people in the U.S. get hepatitis A every year. Hepatitis A is usually spread when someone eats food or drinks water that contains the virus, or has close, personal  contact with a person infected with the virus.