Are you planning to take a vacation and travel abroad with friends and families? Does your job require you to travel out of the country on a monthly basis? Are you relocating to a developing country for work or family-related reasons?
Regardless of your goals, an updated vaccinations visit at a healthcare facility will certainly prevent any hiccup and inconvenience during your trips. Instant Urgent Care provides travel vaccination services six days a week during extended hours, ensuring safe and healthy travel for any of our traveling customer.
Before you travel
Before traveling out of the country, please schedule an appointment at least 30 days before your travel date. Our physicians will look at your medical record, provide necessary vaccinations and medications, and consult you with any further question you may have.
After you travel
Even if you got all the essential vaccines prior to traveling, there is no guarantee that you will not get sick during or after your trip. If you experience any symptom of illness within 4 weeks after returning, please visit Instant Urgent Care for another check-up.
Some of the most common travel illnesses are:
> Jet Lag
> The Flu
> Altitude sickness
> Motion sickness
> Bug Bites
Our extensive travel medicine program includes:
> Medicines for malaria, diarrhea, motion sickness, and altitude sickness
> Required and recommended travel vaccines
> Medical screenings
For more information about our Vaccination services,
please call us at (408) 687-4806, or stop by today!
Frequently Asked Questions
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Travel vaccinations protect you from diseases that may be prevalent in the destination you’re visiting. They ensure you have immunity against specific illnesses, reducing the risk of getting sick while abroad.
It’s recommended to get travel vaccinations at least 4-6 weeks before your departure. Some vaccines may require multiple doses, and this time frame allows your body to build immunity.
No, requirements vary based on your destination and your current immunization status. Consult with a travel health professional to determine which vaccinations are necessary for the specific region you plan to visit.
Yes, many primary care providers offer travel vaccinations. However, it’s essential to check if they have the specific vaccines you need for your destination, as some vaccines may be available only at travel clinics.
Some insurance plans cover travel vaccinations, but it depends on the provider and your policy. Check with your insurance company to understand coverage details, and be prepared to pay out of pocket if necessary.