During your office visit, PME Clinic travel health provides:
- Required and recommended travel vaccinations, based on your destination, potential risk, and medical history. These include: Malaria, Tuberculosis (TB), Typhoid, Hepatitis (A and B),Tetanus Diphtheria, Pertussis (TDaP), Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR). Shingles, Varicella, Meningococcal and Japanese Encephalitis.
- Prescriptions for medications to prevent or self-treat common travel-related illnesses.
- Health and safety counseling tailored to your travel itinerary, personal medical history, and activities you have planned while abroad.
- The latest travel information, health risks, and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO), to help decrease your chances of unexpected health problems that can disrupt your travel.
In addition, if you have returned to the United States and find yourself ill from an illness acquired overseas, please visit our urgent care for prompt treatment and antibiotics if needed.
*Please note that your insurance carrier may or may not pay for an exam, vaccinations or post-return care. If you are unsure about coverage, please contact your health insurance carrier to find out more.