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We’re here to help you stay healthy and safe while traveling outside of the United States. When you’re planning a trip, make Baystate’s travel medicine clinic your first stop.
Our mission is to help prepare you for a healthy journey, teach you about healthy practices, and prevent, control, and contain disease. Our care is evidence-based and customized for you.
WHAT TO DO
When planning your travel, make an appointment with a nurse practitioner for a customized travel health and safety consultation. At your appointment, we’ll discuss your travel plans with you and give you specific vaccine and medication recommendations.
- Routine care and advice for adult and pediatric travelers
- High-risk care and advice including for pregnant women, immunocompromised (having a weakened immune system) travelers
Be sure you’re up to date on vaccines (shots) and medicines at least a month before you plan to travel internationally. What vaccines and medicines you will need depends on where you’re traveling.
Our experienced travel medicine providers include specialized nurse practitioners and infectious disease doctors. We see patients in Longmeadow and Springfield, MA.
Visit the CDC’s Travel Resources website for alerts and detailed travel recommendations.