Affordable Travel Medicine for Your Health
Traveling to new and exotic places is exhilarating and exciting. Unfortunately, it can also be fraught with new diseases. Luckily, many viruses can be prevented with immunizations and medications. Travel Medicine can provide an up to date recommendation on what immunizations are required for travel to the area and what immunizations are recommended but not required. Prescriptions for malaria prevention and travelers diarrhea can also be provided if needed. Below is a list of vaccines FirstCall Urgent Care can provide if necessary:
- Yellow Fever
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Japanese Encephalitis
- Flu (if available)
- Chicken pox
- COVID-19 Testing
Our COVID-19 testing meets or exceeds requirements for all International and Domestic Travel. Please check with your airline, border patrol, or cruise provider on time requirements for testing (many require results to be within 72 hours of travel).
For an updated list of requirements and recommendations of vaccines and medications for your intended destination, please visit https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/list.
It is best to schedule a visit at least 1 month before travel because many of the vaccines require one month or more before they are fully effective. Call us at 410-730-3399 for more information or to schedule an appointment.