Travel Medicine

Do you have plans to travel out of the country?

Depending on where you are traveling, you may need immunizations, preventative medications or advice about general precautions. If you are traveling internationally, you should be aware of the potential risk of contracting an infectious disease(s). It's important to get vaccinated at least four to six weeks before you travel internationally. This will give the vaccines time to start working, so you're protected while you're traveling. It will also ensure there is enough time to get vaccinations that require more than one dose. Schedule a travel medicine consult with MHP's Dr. Diego to find out what you need for your upcoming trip. Learn practical ways of managing acute or chronic illness in unfamiliar settings. Call our office at 317.421.1914 to schedule an appointment and get a cost estimate.

Who needs a Travel Medicine consultation?

• Corporations for international business travel

• Missionaries

• Students who plan to study or travel abroad

• International vacations

• Individuals visiting family and friends

Your Travel Medicine consult includes:

• Safe travel education with individualized advice

• Necessary travel supplies

• Pre-travel vaccines

• Malaria and diarrhea

It is best to schedule your consult (months in advance or as soon as possible) prior to traveling to a different part of the world. This will allow you enough time to get necessary immunizations.