Prepare for Your Travels.
Going to Africa?
Going to Latin America?
Going to Asia?
Traveling overseas for business or vacation? Be sure to check-in with your doctor a few weeks before your departure to ensure that you are healthy and prepared with the proper immunizations. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend scheduling an appointment with your primary care physician at least 4-6 weeks before your trip.
Travel at ease without worrying about your health. From disease prevention to help with motion sickness, our highly qualified staff can help you prepare for your vacation.
Vaccinations and medicines are specific to each person. For this reason, be sure to provide your doctor all the necessary information regarding your health and needs. Inform your doctor about your destination, length of travel, planned activities, and medical and vaccine history for appropriate recommendations.
Coming Home with Symptoms
Returning from a vacation? Check in with your doctor if you are experiencing symptoms such as fever, diarrhea, vomiting, nausea, and dizziness. Water and food-borne illnesses are a common problem in many overseas destinations. At Medical Offices of Manhattan, we will help you get well soon after your arrival.