Based in Middletown, Connecticut, the Travel Clinic at Middlesex Hospital is designed to provide anyone traveling outside of the United States with current information and the necessary vaccines for safe and enjoyable travel. An Infectious Disease physician will review the traveler's itinerary in detail, and recommend immunizations based on the traveler's: medical history, specific destinations, and history of previous vaccines.
Travelers are routinely counseled about malaria prophylaxis, traveler's diarrhea, and any other medically-relevant aspects of their planned trip (e.g. seasickness, altitude sickness, HIV exposure-risk, food and water precautions, rabies risk, and travel insurance.)
The clinic is staffed by board-certified Infectious Disease physicians, specially trained nurses, and other staff to provide the best possible pre-travel counseling and necessary vaccines.