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An Update on Prevea’s Western Wisconsin Operation
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Prevea's travel medicine physicians and providers are ready to help answer any travel-related questions and make sure you are ready to travel abroad.

Travel medicine for traveling worldwide

Medical preparations and vaccinations for traveling abroad
Why choose Prevea travel medicine for traveling outside the United States?

Prevea Health can help you maintain good health and reduce your personal risk while traveling abroad. Our experts help you prepare for international travel by offering:

  • Pre-travel counseling
  • Pre-travel immunizations
  • Prescription medications to treat travel-related issues
  • Travel education

The Prevea Travel Medicine clinic sees patients who are planning on traveling to various locations across the globe, including, but not limited to, Africa, South and Central America, the Caribbean, and Southeast Asia. Our physicians and providers offer travel education along with immunization and medication recommendations specific to your destination. We’ll answer questions about food and water-borne illnesses, malaria and other diseases transmitted by insects, altitude sickness and other traveler diseases, and environmental and safety concerns that pose a risk when you travel internationally.

Let Prevea Health’s Travel Medicine experts in Green Bay, Manitowoc and Eau Claire take care of the medical details so you can concentrate on planning your trip. Whether it’s business travel or your next adventure, you can feel comfortable traveling abroad after a visit with Prevea Travel Medicine.

Why invest in travel counseling?

Prevea’s Travel Medicine program is dedicated to making sure you have the recommended travel immunizations and medications, as well as helpful advice, so you can stay healthy and safe abroad. You’ll receive the most accurate, up-to-date recommendations for your safety and well-being. Our physicians and providers will suggest specific immunizations based on your itinerary and personal health history, and then you can decide which ones you’d like to receive.

Travel immunizations we offer include, but aren’t limited to:

  • Yellow Fever (Eastern Wisconsin only)
  • Typhoid vaccine
  • Hepatitis A and B vaccine
  • Japanese encephalitis vaccine
  • Meningitis vaccine
  • Rabies vaccine

How to prepare for your appointment

The travel medicine appointment will be more productive when you take time to prepare in advance. It’s important to make the initial appointment at least two to four weeks before your departure because it can take the body up to four weeks to develop antibodies after most travel vaccines. In general, the further out from travel you receive your vaccines, the better. 

When it is time for your appointment, please plan to bring:

  • A complete itinerary identifying each stop on your schedule, length of airport layovers, length of stay, activities and accommodations for each area of planned activity.
  • Your immunization record including childhood and military vaccines. If you’ve been vaccinated for yellow fever, bring your original International Certificate of Vaccination or Prophylaxis (ICVP) documentation.
  • A list of your current prescriptions and over-the-counter medications.
  • Allergies.
  • Your health history including the current status of chronic health conditions and pregnancy.
  • Special needs or concerns.
For more information on infectious diseases that can affect travelers, click here.

Eastern Wisconsin

For appointments with a travel medicine physician or provider in Green Bay or Manitowoc, schedule with our occupational health team.

Western Wisconsin

For appointments with a travel medicine physician or provider in Eau Claire, schedule with our infectious disease team.