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Travel outside the United States can expose you to illnesses, insects, foods and other risks that can have an impact on your health. Our physicians are specially trained in international travel medicine and attend to your health directly, taking into account the details of your trip, your medical history and your current health status. We’re committed to crafting a plan that allows you to travel safely and confidently – and to seeing that you remain healthy after you return home.
Comprehensive Care for Travelers
Methodist’s travel medicine specialists provide a range of services to meet your unique needs. Our services include:
- All vaccinations recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), including for yellow fever
- Custom reports with health alerts and safety guidelines specific to your itinerary
- Disease information
- Safe travel advice
- Travel-related prescriptions, such as malaria prophylaxis or medication for traveler's diarrhea
- Post-travel treatment of illnesses and conditions, if necessary