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Maximize your health before traveling
You want to ensure that you are in the best of health before traveling internationally. No one wants to get sick abroad. Keeping abreast of your current health and risk for potential medical ailments is important for all travelers. It is important for specific high-risk groups such as senior citizens, pregnant women, and those with underlying health issues.
Travelers who plan to stay abroad for six months or longer should also have a comprehensive health examination before they travel.
SCT is here to keep you healthy on your trip
Different countries have different health requirements and regulations than the U.S. Depending on the country you’re traveling to you may need to vaccinate for specific illnesses. We can provide specific vaccines such as cholera, typhoid, and hepatitis. We can also provide a thorough destination-specific consultation.
SCT Medical Clinic provides prophylactic travel to treat allergic reactions, helps you prevent gastrointestinal illnesses such as nausea and vomiting, and even provides medication to help with seasickness for our sailing enthusiasts.
Are you traveling to Sub-Saharan Africa or the tropics? We want to discuss how to decrease your risk of contracting Malaria. We can prescribe Malaria prophylaxis while on your trips, such as Malarone or Doxycycline, and terminal prophylaxis, such as Primaquine once you return. Our lab can even help you discover your G6PD level before taking Primaquine.
Effective vaccines to keep you safe
Vaccines are used to protect you from certain infectious diseases. Although many of the diseases you may encounter on your travels are rare in the United States, you may need vaccination to ensure your health and safety while traveling.
Commonly required vaccines to many tropical and adventure-seeking locations include Typhoid, Cholera, and Hepatitis B. Other vaccines are available and can be ordered as requested. Contact us today for more information.
We offer the following vaccines:
All vaccines are arranged on a pre-order basis*