International travel is exciting and usually involves a number of things to be done. Your checklist should include a visit to one of our travel medicine specialists. We’ll make sure you have proper immunizations, preventive medicines and travel tips to keep medically safe. Appointments should be scheduled at least two to four weeks prior to departure. Remember, the best protection against illness in a foreign setting is preparation before you leave home.
Pre-Travel Consultation for individuals and groups
Advice for Travelers with special medical needs
Vaccines offered include: Yellow Fever, Tetanus, Typhoid and more
Prescriptions for prevention of Malaria and Traveler's diarrhea
Education and learning materials customized for your Itinerary
Corporate programs for international business trips
Mission Group consultations – Ask about our special rates for Groups over 15
Adventure Travel counseling for trips which include: Skiing, Diving, Surfing, Trekking, Biking, or Mountaineering
Treatment of foreign immigrants or visitors with a possible tropical or parasitic disease
Post-travel counseling and treatment of travel-related diseases. Symptoms may include: abdominal pain, cough, diarrhea, fever, nausea, vomiting and skin eruptions (rash, lesions or discoloration)
Lowcountry Travel Medicine exists to prevent travel related illnesses through pre-travel consultation, education, vaccinations as well as the diagnosis and treatment of travel related illnesses.
ITEMS NEEDED DURING APPOINTMENT
Description of existing health problems and conditions
Current medication list
Detailed itinerary of all destinations, accommodations and length of stay in each area
Complete name of each country and city within itinerary
Description of all planned activities such as a Safari tour, jungle walk,
river rafting, diving, mountain climbing, tour of outlying villages, etc.
The World is a Book, and Those Who Do Not Travel Read Only A Page. – St. Augustine
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