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Are you planning a trip? Have you considered how you’ll stay healthy while abroad? Maybe you’ve asked yourself, “What shots do I need for Thailand?” or “Will I need a typhoid vaccine for a Costa Rica visit?” Passport Health is here to help! Our informed travel health staff is able to answer any questions and recommend what’s best for your trip.
Are you wonding if you could get Montezuma’s Revenge (traveler’s diarrhea)? Up to 70 percent of travelers will become infected by a disease from contaminated food or water. Whether you are going to Ethiopia or Cuba, there is a risk of traveler’s diarrhea. Ensure you’re safe by getting a hepatitis A and typhoid vaccination. Traveler’s diarrhea kits and other diarrhea remedies like DiaResQ will also help keep you healthy.
Looking to safari in South Africa? You may need a yellow fever vaccine before you leave. All Passport Health clinic locations are “Registered Yellow Fever Centers”. Our clients are given the ‘yellow card’ or International Certificate of Vaccination, when they are vaccinated. The yellow card provides proof of vaccination and may be necessary for entry into certain countries.
Some of the most common infections are mosquito-born, these include: zika, dengue fever and malaria. All these viruses are a threat to travelers to affected regions, some of the most popular destinations. 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.
Whether you are heading to Haiti or Hungary, Singapore or Senegal, our nurses and travel specialists are here to help. Rabies, yellow fever, malaria and typhoid; we will help protect you against the things that can turn your dream trip into a nightmare.
Passport Health’s Tucson clinic is located on Oracle Road, just a few miles north of the Tucson Mall. Book your appointment today by calling or schedule online now.
Passport Health Tucson is located in north Tucson near Oro Valley. East of I-10 at Plaza Campana near the intersection of Ina and Oracle Road, our Tucson location is ready to help you stay healthy no matter your journey. Schedule your appointment today by calling or booking online now
From Oro Valley:
Take Oracle Road south past Ina Road. Passport Health will be to your left at the back fo the building complex.
From the University of Arizona:
Go north on 1st Ave for 7 miles then turn left onto Orange Grove Road. Turn right onto N. Oracle Road then right onto Casas Adobes Drive. Take the first left onto Nanini Drive then left onto Gianconda Way. Make a left hand turn onto Oracle Road and finally a left into the building comples. Passport Health’s suite is located in the back.
Linda Ghougassian, RN
Spending my young adult years in Mexico helped shape my character, gave me a more global perspective on life, and a great appreciation for music, language, and culture. The poverty was devastating but the people were happy and did the best they could with what they had. I strongly feel that travel enriches our lives. If more people traveled, attitudes would be far less judgmental promoting more tolerance and acceptance of others around the world. It is when we are exposed to others we begin to see the similarities, that we are all really the same, wanting the best for our children and a peaceful existence. The lesson I have taken away is that there is always more than one RIGHT way to do things.There are so many wonderful and exotic places to experience, and we can learn so much from others customs, cultures, and history. Each country has its own beauty and secrets to discover. I am fortunate to work for Passport Health because it provides me the unique opportunity to explore the world through helping others travel.
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