You would not travel without making sure you had everything packed, would you? So why would you travel without preparing yourself? It is recommended to consult a doctor before any travel plans especially international. Many other countries have different bacteria and different diseases making it necessary to be prepared with proper vaccines and medicines. The CDC recommends different vaccines depending where you travel so it is important to consult a doctor.

AFC Urgent Care Stamford provides travel medicine and travel immunizations to all patients. Our board certified doctors will sit down with you and review your travel itinerary. They will recommend necessary vaccines as well as offer tips to staying healthy abroad. Our doctors can also prescribe Anti-Malarial, Anti-Diarrheal, and motion sickness medicines for use while traveling.

Our comprehensive travel medicine program includes a number of health care services including:

  • Medicines for malaria, diarrhea, motion sickness, & altitude sickness
  • Required & recommended travel vaccines
  • Medical screenings

Ideally, patients should consult a doctor 4-6 weeks before travel. However, even if your trip is tomorrow, AFC Urgent Care can still help. Our walk-in center never requires an appointment. We are staffed with board certified doctors as well as Medical Assistants and X-Ray technicians.

To get in touch with one of our medical professionals, please fill out the form below or call us at 203-969-2000. We look forward to helping you have an unforgettable and healthy adventure!



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Your Destination

Dates of Trip

Purpose of your trip

Are you currently treated for any medical problems

Have you had a significant medical problem in the past

Could you be pregnant?

Are you staying mostly in cities/tourist destinations

Are you going to spend time in a rural area

Are you going to spend time above 5000 ft

Are you going to work in the foreign country

Are you allergic to eggs or chicken products

Have you had any hypersensitivity or reaction to vaccinations

Have you had Guillain-Barre Syndrome

Have you had all of your childhood vaccinations

Have you had tetanus/diphtheria vaccination in the last 10 years

Have you had measles vaccination (2 shots)

Have you had polio vaccination as an adult

Have you had hepatitis A vaccination (2 shots)

Have you had hepatitis B vaccination (3 shots)

Have you had meningitis vaccination in the past 3 years

Have you had typhoid vaccination in the past 2 years (if injected), or in the past 5 years (if oral)

Have you had yellow fever vaccination in the past 10 years

Have you had Japanese encephalitis vaccination in the past 2 years

List current or previous significant medical conditions

List current medications

List current allergies