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Travel Medicine

Travel Medicine

Protect yourself and your family while traveling abroad. 

Travel Medical Insurance

  • Medical Insurance for Expatriates and Global Citizens
  • Business Travel Insurance
  • Travel & Health Insurance options for Missionaries
  • Visitor and Immigrant Health Insurance
  • International Student and Faculty Health Insurance
  • Marine Captain & Crew
  • Travel Health Insurance for Vacations

Contact our Travel Insurance Partner

James Pruss
Agency Director – Financial Advisor
NOAH JAMES INSURANCE
Katy, TX USA
Mobile: (617) 676-7858
www.noahjamesinsurance.com

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Travel Medicine Services

If you’re planning a trip abroad, whether for business or pleasure, don’t let health problems ruin it. Visit our clinic for an exam and any medicines or immunizations so you can enjoy your adventure to the fullest. We offer comprehensive healthcare services, including:

  • Travel Immunizations
  • Prescriptions for diseases common to your destination
  • Travel consultations and pre-travel counseling
  • Travel safety information

Your Travel Checklist

Learn about your destination – type of accommodations, food and water preparation, type of geographical areas you’ll visit, and medical services available.

  • Have a dental check-up and complete medical examination, especially if traveling for three months or more.
  • Get appropriate immunizations and preventative medications for your destination.
  • Obtain an International Certificate of Vaccination or yellow fever card and keep it with your passport.
  • Arrange for an adequate supply of your prescription medication.
  • Obtain a medical alert bracelet for medical conditions such as diabetes or drug allergies.
  • Purchase an extra pair of eyeglasses or contact lenses and sunglasses.
  • Obtain a directory of English-speaking physicians.
  • Collect items for a first aid travel kit especially if traveling long-term, or off the usual tourist routes, or purchase a travel kit from your pharmacy.
  • Pack enough bug spray, sunscreen, alcohol pads and blister band-aids.
  • Check your health insurance coverage.
  • Buy additional health/accident travel insurance. Ensure you’re covered for any current health conditions (such as heart, pregnancy, etc).
  • Remember your identification and necessary papers (such as passport, visa, etc.)
This checklist is not all inclusive.

Travel Medical Supplies

In order to fully enjoy your trip, we recommend creating a medical kit of over-the-counter products to take with you, such as:

  • Ace Bandages
  • Allergy Medication
  • Antibacterial Wipes
  • Anti-diarrheal caplets 
  • Antihistamine tablets
  • Bandaids
  • Bug Spray
  • Carmex
  • Cough Drops
  • Denttemp O.S. (repairs loose fillings and loose caps)
  • Eye Wash
  • First Aid Tape
  • Medicated First Aid Ointment
  • Gas Relief soft gels
  • Gentle Laxative 
  • Gauze pads
  • Hydrocortisone
  • Ibuprofen
  • Motion Sickness tablets
  • Nasal Decongestant (12-Hour)
  • Nasal Decongestant (Maximum Strength)
  • Sunscreen
  • Triple Antibiotic Ointment
  • Tums Extra Strength
  • Tylenol Extra Strength

Interested in a travel exam?