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Traveling isn’t always easy. Sometimes planning a trip brings up questions, especially if you’re going on an international trip. You may have asked yourself, “What vaccines do I need before heading to Indonesia?” or “Do I need a typhoid vaccine for a trip to Haiti?” Passport Health can help! Our fantastic travel health experts will answer any questions you may have and suggest what’s best for your upcoming trip.
Worried about traveler’s diarrhea during your trip? Up to 70 percent of travelers will fall ill from contaminated food or water. Whether you are going to Afghanistan or Guatemala, there is a risk. Make sure you’re protected through hepatitis A and typhoid vaccination. Traveler’s diarrhea kits and diarrhea remedies will also help keep you safe.
Looking to adventure in Uganda? Did you know you may need a yellow fever vaccine? All Passport Health locations are “Registered Yellow Fever Centers” by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Our clients are given the ‘yellow card’ or International Certificate of Vaccination, when they are vaccinated. The yellow card proves the vaccine was given and may be required for entry into some countries.
Other diseases spread by mosquitoes are zika, dengue fever 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 diseases are some of the most common around the world, let Passport Health help you travel worry-free.
Our travel medical staff uses the most current information from the CDC, World Health Organization and other groups to help you prepare for your journey.
Whether you are trekking to Botswana or Bangladesh, Dominican Republic or Denmark, our nurses and travel specialists are here to help. Rabies, yellow fever, malaria and typhoid; we will help keep you safe from the things that can turn your dream trip into a nightmare.
Passport Health’s Tempe clinic is conveniently down the street from Calvary Chapel Tri City church, next to Route 101. Book your appointment today by calling or schedule online now.
Passport Health Tempe is located in east Tempe, just outside of Mesa. East of Route 101 on Southern Avenue, our Tempe location is ready to help you stay healthy no matter your journey. Schedule your appointment today by calling or booking online now
Take University Drive east to Loop 101. Get on Loop 101 South and exit at Southern. Turn left heading east on Southern, Passport health will be to your left.
Hop on the I-10 North and then take US-60 East. Exit at McClintock and turn north. Make a right at Southern Avenue. Continue on Southern past the Loop 101, Passport Health will be to your right.
Tonya Duval, RN
I am an avid traveler who loves to explore new places. I enjoy being able to assist my clients by teaching them what they might be exposed to while traveling and providing them with options to help them stay healthy.
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