Travel medicine is a specialized area of care that focuses on protecting international travelers from diseases and illnesses. Your DMG physician will help determine a treatment plan based on your personal travel itinerary. Plus, the staff at DMG’s Travel Medicine Clinic are well-versed in what vaccinations and preventive treatments are appropriate.
Immunizations The DMG Travel Medicine Clinic provides a full range of immunizations for preventable transmitted diseases for both adults and children. Immunity after a vaccination takes time to develop. As a result, it is very important that you get vaccinated at least 14 to 21 days before you travel. After you receive the appropriate immunizations, DMG will provide you with an international certificate of vaccination record (also known as “the yellow card”), which may be required for entry into many foreign countries.
*Please note, the Yellow Fever vaccine is currently on a manufacturer backorder and is unavailable at this time. Please check the CDC website for vaccine availability or recommended alternatives. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Common Information Provided by DMG’s Travel Medicine Clinic
Immunizations and medications