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Pre- and Post-Trip Travel & Tropical Medicine Clinic
The Stanford Travel Medicine Clinic is your complete travel health provider. We offer expert, pre-travel consultative services including travel immunizations and provide treatment for illnesses contracted while traveling abroad.
We are one of a few medical centers in the Bay Area to offer an alternative yellow fever vaccine, Stamaril, to people traveling to sub Saharan Africa and South America, where yellow fever is most prevalent.
We offer expert pre-travel consultative services and preventative care including travel immunizations, malaria prophylaxis, traveler’s diarrhea, and altitude sickness. We also provide tips and advice on how to avoid becoming ill on your trip and provide treatment for illnesses contracted while traveling abroad.
Our services include:
Travel immunizations—All pre-travel immunizations, including the yellow fever vaccine. Advice regarding malaria prophylaxis and traveler's diarrhea, and up-to-date review of current alerts or outbreaks at your destination. We are a state-certified yellow fever vaccine provider.
Travel illness treatment—Treatment of post-travel illnesses, such as dengue, typhoid, malaria, and diarrhea
Medically complicated travel—Care for patients whose pre-travel visit might be considered medically complicated, such as those who are immunocompromised, elderly, pregnant, and those with other significant medical illnesses
Expert travel clinicians—Highly trained doctors in Tropical Medicine and Travelers' Health
Stanford Health Care is one of a few medical centers in the Bay Area to offer an alternative yellow fever vaccine to people traveling to sub Saharan Africa and South America, where yellow fever is most prevalent.
Dr. Brian Blackburn covers vaccinations prior to travel, medicines that you need while on the road, and ways to avoid the pitfalls of traveler's illnesses.
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