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Westside Travel Medicine and Immunizations, Inc. provides complete and up-to-date immunization services for the business, pleasure and adventure traveler. We specialize in the prevention of travel-related health problems allowing for maximum enjoyment on your trip.

 

Westside Travel Medicine & Immunizations, Inc.

Westside Travel Medicine and Immunizations, Inc. provides complete and up-to-date immunization services for the business, pleasure and adventure traveler. We specialize in the prevention of travel-related health problems allowing for maximum enjoyment on your trip. We offer personalized one-on-one service for our patients as each person’s travel itinerary and health concerns are unique.  Pre-travel consultative services help lower the risk of commonly encountered health problems associated with international travel. Ideally, a visit with a travel-medicine specialist should be initiated at least 6-8 weeks prior to departure. Call Westside Travel Medicine and Immunizations today to schedule an appointment.

Westside Travel Medicine & Immunizations, Inc. Consultations Include

  • Review of travel itinerary and medical history
  • Country-specific vaccine recommendations and administration
  • Malaria risk assessment
  • Prescription for malaria pills and other travel-related medications
  • Patient education materials and vaccine information sheets
  • A pleasant environment and the ability to have your questions answered by a Board-Certified Infectious Diseases specialist

The latest from the WTMI Blog

Introduction to WTMI

Welcome to the Westside Travel Medicine and Immunizations blog. I hope to report on active issues relevant to travel medicine and my experience as an infectious disease specialist for over twenty years. This blog will likely evolve as I become more comfortable with the concept of observing/reporting on topics related to international health, including vaccine updates, medication alerts and emerging infectious diseases.

The past year has been no exception to constantly changing international health issues with measles, hepatitis A and influenza becoming the major ...

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