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Travel Medicine Services

Traveler's Medical Service offers a comprehensive range of services for individual travelers, companies and organizations. Whether you need a single vaccine, complete pre-travel preparation or development of a travel medicine program for your employees, we offer an exceptional level of expert and personalized service.

For descriptions of the services we offer, please select from the list below.
To learn more about our services and how we can meet your specific needs, please contact us.

Pre-travel Consultations

Certified Yellow Fever Vaccination Center

Travel and Routine Vaccines

Malaria Prevention Advice
Post-travel Medical Care
Business Travel and Corporate Programs
Traveling Families, Children and Students
Adventure and "Back Pack" Travelers
International Volunteers and Long-term Travelers
Essential Travel Products

 

Learn how Traveler's Medical Service, the expert resource for
travel medicine services, can help prepare you for an upcoming trip.

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Traveler's Medical Service, New York, NY • 212-230-1020
Traveler's Medical Service, Washington, DC • 202-466-8109

 

Malaria Prevention Advice

 
  Malaria is a potentially serious and fatal illness that is transmitted by infected mosquitoes. It occurs in many tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world. Malaria is one of the most severe infectious diseases faced by travelers who go into risk areas. Nearly all cases can be prevented. Knowing if you are risk and taking the right precautions are essential steps to avoiding infection. Your individual risk for exposure depends on many factors including your itinerary details, season of travel, accommodations and activities. During a complete pre-travel consultations, we will screen your itinerary details to help determine if you will be at risk for exposure to malaria. We have current country specific maps on malaria risk to help guide the discussion. A basic level of protection focuses on taking precautions to avoid mosquito bites. In addition there are several prescription medications that help prevent malaria. If you will be at risk for malaria it is important to select a medication that is right for you and your needs. We take the time to review all of your options and provide you with written information along with the written prescription for the appropriate medication to help reduce your risk of malaria infection.



   
   
         
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