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Medical preparation is an essential part of the travel experience. Whether you’re going to a remote destination or a more common tourist spot, it’s important to know what risks you may be exposed to and to take steps to keep yourself safe.
Are you planning an international trip? At AFC Urgent Care of Tyvola Road, we offer immunizations for many types of diseases. To expedite your care, we have set up an online questionnaire for you to complete prior to your visit. Our physicians 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 illnesses, diarrhea and motion sickness.
Ready to get started? Fill out the online questionnaire below to begin the process. It only takes a few minutes, and it could save you from serious health risks. Call or visit our office for any questions or concerns.
It's important to get vaccinated at least 4 to 6 weeks before you travel. This time frame will give the vaccines time to start working, so you're protected while away from home. It will also usually ensure there’s enough time for you to get fully vaccinated for those that require more than 1 dose.
The vaccines you need to get before traveling will depend on a few things, including where you plan to travel, your health, and what vaccines you’ve already had. Your local AFC medical professional can advise you on what you may need and when.
Some plans do, and some don't, so it's important to check with your insurance provider. AFC centers offer affordable services that are often far less expensive than a visit to a doctor’s office or emergency room.