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Travel Medicine and Travel Vaccinations in New Mexico | American Family Care

Get Vaccinated For Your Trip Abroad

Travel clinics are focused on preventative care and disease treatment for patients traveling abroad. Whether you’re will be taking a short vacation, backpacking in Europe, visiting Thailand or studying abroad, it is strongly recommended that you visit a travel clinic and receive updated vaccinations. Some countries even require you to be vaccinated for certain diseases before you enter the country.

When you are going to travel abroad, you should have a medical professional review your vaccination history and provide insight on other ways to protect your health while outside of the United States. In the US, we vaccinate for diseases common in our country. However, other countries have other diseases that are not common in the US, so we are not usually vaccinated for them.

AFC locations in New Mexico carry travel medicine necessary to protect you, your family, employees and groups. Our travel health programs are cost-effective and convenient, providing one-stop destinations for your international travel medicine clinic needs. Don’t let a preventable illness disrupt your vacation or delay planned activities. No appointments are necessary at American Family Care! Simply walk in, and we’ll make sure you’re prepared for your travels.

Services At AFC Locations in New Mexico For International Travelers?

AFC is your one-stop destination for everything you need before you travel.

  • Physicals
  • Vaccinations
  • Medications
    • Anti-Malaria
    • Anti-Diarrheal
  • Common Issues While Traveling
    • Altitude Sickness
    • Motion Sickness
  • Yellow Fever Vaccine

Yellow Fever Vaccine in New Mexico

Your AFC provider will then customize an immunization program for you based on the information you provide and can help you assemble the medications necessary that will help protect you against malaria, food and water-borne diarrhea illness, and motion sickness.

We may also recommend certain medications to take with you for conditions that cannot be prevented through vaccination. Be sure to discuss all the potential risks to your health abroad with a member of our knowledgeable team.

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  • What vaccinations do you offer in your clinics?

    We offer a wide range of common vaccinations for people of every age. For children six months and up, we can provide regular vaccines against diseases like hepatitis B, and PCV. For adults, we offer flu shots, and tetanus shots, shingles vaccines, and many more. Contact us and let us know which vaccine you need.

  • How do I know if I need a vaccine?

    To discover which vaccinations you've received, look up your vaccination history. Your vaccination record is a comprehensive document that details the history of all of your vaccines as a youngster and as an adult. To access your vaccination record you can ask your family or doctor if they have your up to date report.

  • Is it safe to get my vaccinations from AFC instead of my regular doctor?

    Yes, AFC offers several services that otherwise are made available only through an appointment at your doctor's office. Whether you need a regular checkup, vaccinations, or lab work, we're able to provide healthcare alongside your general practitioner, so you never need to go without the services you need.

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