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*Passport Health Marietta is located inside The Offices at 2470*
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Taking a trip? Are you wondering, “What vaccines do I need for Brazil?” or “Do I need a Japanese encephalitis vaccine when traveling to Thailand?” Passport Health is here to help! Our specialized travel medicine staff will assist you and suggest the best options for your journey.
Worried about traveler’s diarrhea? More than 70 percent of travelers contract an illness from contaminated food or water. If you are going to Russia or Rwanda, there is a risk. Stay protected through proper vaccination including typhoid and hepatitis A. Diarrhea remedies and traveler’s diarrhea kits can help keep you on the moving worry-free.
Going sightseeing in Tanzania? You may need a yellow fever vaccine. All our clinics are listed with the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) as “Registered Yellow Fever Centers”. Individuals receiving the yellow fever vaccine are given a ‘yellow card’ or International Certificate of Vaccination. This card is legal proof of yellow fever vaccination. Some nations require it for entry.
Mosquito-borne diseases like dengue fever, chikungunya, malaria and Zika are a risk to all types of travelers. Our clinics provide antimalarials, repellents, vaccines and other preventative care at competitive rates. These diseases are some of the most common globally. No matter what country you are visiting, they may pose a risk.
Our staff uses the most current information from the CDC, WHO and other organizations. We will assist you in making an educated decision on what you will need for your upcoming trip.
Try making your appointment at least four to six weeks in advance, as some vaccines can take up to a month to be effective. Leaving last minute? No problem! Passport Health is always ready and willing to help you stay safe before you go.
Whether you are traveling to South Africa or Suriname, India or Istanbul, our expert staff is here to help. Typhoid, rabies, meningitis and yellow fever; our staff is equipped to help you stay safe no matter your journey.
Passport Health Marietta is conveniently located near Wellstar Windy Hill Hospital off the 75. Book your appointment today by calling or schedule online now.
The Passport Health Marietta travel clinic is right off Windy Hill Road just east of the 75. It is near Georgia Memorial Park and the Wellstar Windy Hill Hospital. Prepare for your trip now by booking online or call us at .
From 75 North:
Exit Windy Hill Road, turning left at off ramp. Cross over 75 North and go through two traffic lights. Pass the Chick-Fil-A on your right and turn left at third traffic light into The Offices at 2470. Go past the strip mall on your right to the office building behind that complex.
Renee Boal RN
Renee has been with Passport Health for 2 years, as one of our premiere travel nurses. Having graduated from Valdosta State College, she has worked for other healthcare organizations, like Piedmont Hospital Neaonatal ICU, over the span of 30 years, and Fellowship Christian School, as the School Nurse. In this position,, she insured that the students were up to date on vaccines needed for school. She also taught High School Health classes, for 10 years. Renee and her husband have participated in mission trips to Guatemala over the years, and in 2014, they led their own team to Guatemala. She was able to expand her knowledge of team safety, and the importance of vaccine coverage when traveling internationally. These past experiences and her passion for educating travelers prior to embarking on international travel, makes her a very special asset for our team. Her dedication to learning about specific adventures our travelers will face, helps her deliver the best, up-to-date information for each person prior, during and after their trips.
David Boal, RN
David has been with Passport Health for 9 months, as one of our premiere travel nurses. Having received degrees from The University of Georgia (BA) and Kennesaw State University (MBA, BSN), he has worked extensively in the Hospice Industry developing new programs and is currently a secondary owner of Embrace Hospice. David has also traveled the globe for both pleasure and missions. He has visited many countries in Europe, The Far East, and Central America learning cultural mores andhelping others. His passion for travel and the opportunities to learn how others live is a great asset to his role in advising others how to remain healthy and safe while still enjoying the adventure to its fullest. This dedication to learning about specific adventures our travelers will face, helps him deliver the best, up-to- date information for each person prior, during and after their trips.
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