Travel Medicine

Traveling is fun. Getting sick as a result of the travel is not!

AFC Urgent Care Englewood is your one-stop urgent care medical clinic that carries all travel vaccines necessary to protect you, your family, employees and groups.

Ideally, patients should schedule their appointments with AFC Urgent Care 4-6 weeks before their travel date. However, AFC Urgent Care is there to help last minute travelers get the vaccinations they need.

Medical preparation for travel is increasingly important, and is should be included in the pre trap planning along with purchasing airfare, or obtaining passports and visas.

Not only are there more serious health risks present around the world, but there have been huge advancements in prevention and treatment. Opportunities for prevention should not be overlooked by any traveler, regardless of where they are traveling. Our travel health programs are cost-effective and convenient. We provide a one-stop destination for your international travel medicine needs.

  • Vaccinations
  • Anti-Malaria
  • Anti-Diarrheal
  • Physicals
  • Altitude Sickness
  • Motion Sickness
  • Certified Yellow Fever Center

In today’s world we now travel more frequently and visit foreign destinations for work and play. There are many options in travel vaccinations, immunizations and medications. Let one of our trained medical staff members go over everything you need to ensure you come home healthy.

No matter where you’re traveling, you should know that you could be exposed to certain organisms that could make you very ill. As an international traveler you should be educated about health risks for the countries you’ll be visiting. Armed with facts and the right vaccines – AFC Urgent Care helps travelers stay healthy during their international travel.

As a new, or even experienced, international traveler you should be educated about the environment you’ll be visiting. We reference the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for the most up to date information regarding your travel needs.

 

http://www.cdc.gov/