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Traveling isn’t always as easy it appears. Sometimes planning a trip brings up questions, especially if it’s an international one. You may wonder, “What vaccines are needed for Guatemala?” or “Do I need a yellow fever vaccine for a trip to Tanzania?” Passport Health can help! Our expert travel medical staff will answer any questions and recommend what’s best for your trip.
Concerned about traveler’s diarrhea or Deli Belly? Up to 70 percent of travelers will fall ill from contaminated food or water. Whether you are heading to Nigeria or Indonesia, there is a risk for one of these intestinal infections. Make sure you’re protected through hepatitis A and typhoid vaccination. Traveler’s diarrhea kits and diarrhea remedies can also help keep you traveling healthy (and with minimal bathroom breaks).
Taking a safari in Uganda? Did you know you may need a yellow fever vaccination? All Passport Health clinics are “Registered Yellow Fever Centers”. Our clients are provided with a ‘yellow card’ or International Certificate of Vaccination. This card proves the vaccination was given and may be required for entry into some countries.
Other diseases spread by mosquitoes are dengue fever, zika, and malaria. All these viruses pose a threat to travelers to affected regions. We offer repellents, vaccines, antimalarials and other preventative measures at competitive prices. These infections are some of the most common around the world, let Passport Health help you travel worry-free.
Our nurses utilize the most current travel health information from the CDC, World Health Organization and other groups. They will help you make an informed decision on what you need and when to get it.
Consider making your appointment at least four to six weeks in advance, as some vaccines can take up to a month to be effective.
No matter the destination; Peru or Papua New Guinea, Zimbabwe or the Zaire, our nurses and travel specialists are here to help. Rabies, yellow fever, polio and typhoid; we will help protect you against the things that can turn your well planned trip into a mess.
Passport Health’s Scottsdale clinic is conveniently located behind Scottsdale Liberty Hospital. Book your appointment today by calling or schedule online now.
Passport Health Scottsdale is located in the western part of the city near Phoenix. Just west of Route 101 near Scottsdale Liberty Hospital and Realty Executives International, our Scottsdale location is ready to help you stay healthy no matter your journey. Schedule your appointment today by calling or booking online now
From Paradise Valley:
Take Scottsdale Road north to the Greenway Hayden Loop. Make a right and continue on the loop past Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard. Make a right hand turn onto E Princess Drive. Make another right turn onto E Hartford Drive. Then make your first left and you will see “Passport Health” on the building in front of you. The clinic is located in suite 103.
From Desert Ridge:
Get on the Loop 101 East, exit at Princess Drive. Turn right at Princess then left on E Hartford Drive. Make an immediate left turn and Passport Health will be located directly in front of you, in suite 103.
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