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Traveling requires a lot of planning, especially when traveling out of the country, and as a result, many things can be forgotten. However, one thing that should definitely not be forgotten is health care. Making sure that all travelers stay healthy during a trip takes time. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends talking to a health care provider 4 to 6 weeks before a trip in order to have enough time to prepare (cdc.gov, 2017).
EZCare Clinic practitioners can assess the travel health needs for any travelers based on where they are going. From vaccines to prescriptions, our practitioners can provide the proper preventative care for patients. Furthermore, EZCare Clinic practitioners can also give relevant information and tips to help patients stay healthy and safe while traveling.
Traveling the world is exciting and produces some great memories and experiences. In preparation for your adventure, be sure to get the proper vaccinations to keep yourself healthy in the region in which you are traveling. There are countless ways to obtain a virus or disease without you even knowing, so keep yourself and your loved ones safe at EZCare Clinic. Walk-in are accepted in our San Francisco and San Jose clinics.
As part of the consultation, our practitioners will assess the travel health needs of you and your family based on the part of the world you are going. In addition to the vaccines and prescriptions you may need, we will provide general information and tips to help you stay healthy while traveling.
To learn more about how we can help you find pain relief, call EZCare Clinic in San Francisco at (415) 966-0848 to schedule an appointment today for a consultation.
At EzCare Clinic, we can help you with:
- Pre-Travel Consultation
- Malaria Prevention Prescriptions
- Motion Sickness
- Traveler’s Diarrhea Prevention & Care
- Typhoid Vaccine
- Zika Virus
- Patients may be directed to another healthcare clinic if they have Yellow Fever or conditions that require emergency services.
Prior to Your Visit
- Be sure to have your travel itinerary available for the medical staff. Different regions require different vaccines.
- Keep in mind that insurance is not accepted for this service.
- Age restrictions for services can vary.
- Japanese Encephalitis vaccines are currently not offered.