Passport Health NY opens Long Island City Office

Passport Health New York is pleased to announce the opening of their new Long Island City clinic.

ROSLYN HEIGHTS, NY, UNITED STATES, October 30, 2017 / — Specializing in travel health services and travel immunizations, they are introducing a location in Queens to provide added convenience for busy New Yorkers. Passport Health offers vaccinations both recommended and required for international travel and specializes in hard-to-find travel vaccines such as Anthrax, Japanese Encephalitis, Rabies, Yellow fever, and Typhoid Fever. Patients receive one-to-one counseling from trained medical professionals whose expertise is travel medicine and immunization. Passport Health's services also include routine adult vaccinations including Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Influenza (flu), Meningitis, Polio, Tetanus, and Shingles. Additional locations include Midtown Manhattan, the Upper West Side, Brooklyn Heights, Roslyn Heights in Nassau County, and Holbrook in Suffolk County.

Passport Health is the largest and leading provider of travel medicine and immunization services in North America. With 250+ clinic locations, a commitment to first class medical care, and rigorously trained medical staff, Passport Health sets the immunization industry standard. Passport Health has leveraged its deep experience with travel medicine to service the vaccination, wellness, examination, and records management needs of Fortune 500 corporations, US government agencies, government contractors, universities, as well as small- to medium-sized businesses and individuals.

Unlike a primary care physician, Passport Health focuses on the needs of the international traveler. Our Travel Medicine Specialists, all of whom have received many hours of comprehensive in-house training before seeing their first patient, administer and recommend vaccines, medications, and specialty travel health supplies tailored to the traveler's destination. All medical services are provided in the context of a destination-specific health consultation that reviews safety tips, security information, how to mitigate the risk of insect-borne disease, food and water precautions, and even medical evacuation insurance. All of this information is summarized in a personalized, bound briefing booklet that the traveler can take overseas. In fact, most family doctors choose to send their patients to Passport Health for travel medicine services.

Alexander Lupenko,MD
Passport Health NY
516 626-2004
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Source: EIN Presswire