Infectious Diseases Clinic

 Infectious Diseases & travel Vaccination

 

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"PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE"  - Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus.








 



 
We recommend you to fax us the following forms at 856 8744371 




A)  Patient's Registration Form.  Adobe PDF file


B)  Travel Information Form
 (for international travelers).Adobe PDF file


C)  Vaccine Screening Questionare Form. Adobe PDF file



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FLU Activity:

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HIV Screen test by Oraquick®   is available at the clinic. 
Please call us at 
856 725 6776 and register soon.
FLU SHOTS are available at the clinic.

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People, who  need Yellow fever vaccine:


Most of insurance companies do not cover travel-related medical expenses including vaccination, prophylaxis and consultations
.


Information for people requiring the 
Yellow Fever Vaccine and International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis
:
 Please go to travelers or click here.




 

 
TIPS for HEALTHY LIVING:
 







  • Immunization. You are NEVER too old to get immunized. (Getting immunized is a lifelong, life-protecting job. Do not leave your healthcare provider’s office without making sure you have had all the vaccinations you need. http://www.immunize.org/catg.d/p4030.pdf )     

  • Schedule PRE-TRAVEL consultation and POST-TRAVEL follow-up. Ideally, schedule pretravel consultation 4 to 6 weeks before your trip. (http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/page/vaccinations.htm#scheduled).    A substantial proportion of the travelers were not adequately protected against malaria, hepatitis A or hepatitis B. Future efforts need to focus on improving the level of awareness of travelers regarding their risk of disease acquisition overseas and the importance of pre-travel education, immunizations, malaria chemoprophylaxis. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14769283).  

                  







  

                   

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