Whether you are or your child is about to study abroad, go to college, or play a new sport, good health is the baseline for learning, development, and growth. Make sure you, your students, or your child is well to learn by scheduling a physical exam today.
The Passport Health Advantage:
- 270+ Clinics throughout North America
- On-site Exams at Your School’s Location
- Same-day and Weekend Appointments Available
- Full Complement of Vaccines that May Not Be Available at Your Doctor’s Office
- Destination-specific Advice from Travel Health Experts
- One Stop Shop for All Your Travel Health and Educational Health Needs
As a student about to study abroad, it is up to you to take control of your health and make sure you get the most out of your time overseas. Medical care will be different from what you are used to and likely less available in your destination country. A Passport Health Study Abroad Medical Exam will diagnose any conditions that could be aggravated by travel so you don’t have to waste time being unnecessarily sick abroad. Additionally, our travel health professionals will provide you with health and safety information about your destination and will help you stay protected from infectious diseases by administering appropriate vaccinations.
As a study abroad program advisor or director, you want to make sure your students are healthy and prepared for travel. Passport Health will come to your university’s study abroad office to administer physical exams and provide pre-departure consultations that include country-specific health information, advice about common risks, instructions for medical emergencies, and wellness best practices in the destination country. Passport Health’s Study Abroad Medical Exams and Consultations give your students the tools they need to get the most out of their experience.
Study Abroad Medical Exams Include:
- Full Physical Health Exam
- Destination-specific Health Advice
- Travel Wellness Guidelines
- Required and Recommended Travel Immunizations and Protective Vaccines
As the parent of a high school graduate, you want to ensure your child is as healthy as possible before leaving for college. Indeed, most colleges require a physical exam before your high school graduate enters university. Since the college health service is likely to act as your child’s healthcare provider while he or she is away at school, it is crucial this exam be thorough, accurate, and professional. It can be challenging to get an appointment with your pediatrician during the busy back-to-school season, but Passport Health’s conveniently located clinics can accommodate last minute appointments for this important health overview.
Passport Health College Physicals Include:
- Full Physical Examination
- Detailed Medical History
- Lab Tests
- Cholesterol Screening
- Any Missing, Requisite Immunizations such as MMR
- Any Recommended Vaccinations such as Hepatitis B and Varicella
As the parent of an active child, you want to make sure your child has all the tools to succeed in his or her athletic endeavor. Almost every state requires that your child or teenager have a sports physical before beginning a new competitive season to identify health problems that may interfere with participation. As such, doctors’ offices book up quickly during the busy back-to-school season, but our extensive network of clinics can accommodate last minute and weekend appointments that fit into your family’s busy schedule.
As a school administrative staff member, you want to make sure your students are healthy and prepared for the upcoming academic year to minimize missed school days. Passport Health can work with you to set up sports physicals for your student body in your school gym. Each station will be staffed by a medical professional who administers part of the physical exam.
Passport Health Sports/Pre-Participation Physicals Include:
- Medical History
- Physical Examination to Assess General Health
- Evaluation of Posture, Joints, Strength, and Flexibility
- Screening to Detect Poor Conditioning that May Put the Athlete at Increased Risk of Injury
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