Jupiter Medical Center Travel Medicine Services

 

When You Have Questions

  • What vaccinations do I need for my trip?
  • What health precautions should I take?
  • Is the water safe to drink?
  • Will I be affected by jet lag?
  • What local health resources are available?
  • Will vaccinations affect any other medicines I am now taking?
  • What are the risks from local plant and animal life?
  • What first aid supplies do I need?
  • Do I need sunscreen?

 

We Have Answers

Jupiter Medical Center has become a resource for the international traveler. Our Travel Medicine Center offers a comprehensive immunization program for individuals who travel. Whether for business or personal travel, our experienced International Travel Health Advisors will help make your trip a safe and healthy one.

Our program is based on destination recommendations, travel risks and personal health. Individualized consultations are provided by our professionals with vaccine administration and travel prescriptions.

  • We follow current Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations.
  • We are a Yellow Fever vaccination center.
  • We stock a complete supply of travel vaccines.
  • We provide travel disease literature and Malaria education.
  • We provide a destination specific health checklist to each traveler.
  • International Certificate of Vaccination provided.

Interested travelers should complete the International Travel Questionnaire and return it to the travel center. You will be contacted for an appointment. Ideally, travel vaccines should be started one to two months prior to departure.

For more information, please call the Occupational Health Services at (561) 263-5787.

Occupational Health Services at Jupiter Medical Center
1210 S. Old Dixie Hwy., Jupiter, FL 33458
jupitermed.com/occupationalhealth
Phone: (561) 263-5787
Fax: (561) 263-5713