Travel Medicine


Travel medicine

Travel medicine is a fast-developing area due to the lowering of geographical boundaries and the rising number of activities worldwide. Prevention and treatment of malaria, traveler's diarrhoea, cholera, and hepatitis, as well as general vaccines, have traditionally been the key focuses of travel medicine for those going to low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).
Wallsend Healthcare travel medicine professionals will ask about the nature of your upcoming trip and your current health status to ensure you receive all necessary vaccinations, prescriptions, and health information in a single sitting. We gather data on potential risks from various sources, including government organisations, infectious disease experts, and other travel medicine resources located worldwide so that you can make an informed decision about your next trip.
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Our Healthcare Centre Travel Medicine includes

A comprehensive assessment of vaccination and medication needs based on your medical history and travel destiny.

Advice on malaria prevention based on your medical history and a detailed plan for a journey.

Advice on mosquito avoidance measures.

Advice on preventing food poisoning.

Advice on travel first-aid kits (including prescription and non-prescription medications).

Guidance on management of existing medical conditions while overseas.

Discussing the importance of travel insurance.

A full range of travel vaccinations on site.

Assessment and management of illnesses upon your return.