Travel Health

Your destination for staying healthy during your journey.

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Travel Health

Your destination for staying healthy during your journey.

Overview

Our Practitioners provide a travel health consultation for you and your family based on travel destination(s) to prevent illness and stay healthy. Each traveler will receive a personalized health plan including vaccines, prescriptions for prevention and care and tips to stay healthy when traveling.

Travel services include:
  • Pretravel Health Consultation
  • Vaccinations (Hepatitis A, Typhoid, Rabies, Japanese encephalitis, etc.)*
  • Prescriptions (Malaria prophylaxis, motion sickness, traveler’s diarrhea, etc)
  • Counseling (Avoiding foodborne illness, review safe water sources, hydration, etc.)
*The Yellow Fever is not currently available at clinics.

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By The Numbers

World

1 Billion

International travelers reported globally.1

Family

50%

International travelers become ill.2

Nurse Practitioners

40%

Ill travelers report engaging in a pre-travel consultation.3

Benefits

  • Protect yourself against preventable illness when traveling.
  • Receive prescriptions to treat illness when traveling abroad (for example, traveler’s diarrhea and motion sickness).
  • Discuss the latest health updates for the areas you plan to visit.
  • Review tips for staying healthy when traveling.

Get Started

Visit your clinic at least one month prior to travel for a pre-travel consultation to develop a personalized, travel health plan.

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References:
  1. Patel RR, Liang SY, Koolwal P, Kuhlmann FM. Travel advice for the immunocompromised traveler: prophylaxis, vaccination, and other preventive measures - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4335606/
  2. : Leder K, Torresi J, Brownstein JS, et al. Travel-associated Illness Trends and Clusters, 2000–2010 - https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/19/7/12-1573_article
  3. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/yellowbook/2018/introduction/travel-epidemiology