Whether you’re longing for an African safari, a Caribbean cruise, an adventure in Southeast Asia — or resuming business travel — returning to international travel is exciting but challenging. Your health and safety should be the #1 priority, and we can help!
ID Care’s team of board-certified infectious disease and travel medicine specialists are dedicated to keeping you healthy. Travel safety guidance and consultations are available at any of ID Care’s NJ locations and encompass:
To learn more about how ID Care can assist you or your organization to ensure safe travel, simply complete the form or call us.
Even seasoned travelers will have to adapt to new protocols with COVID-19. Digital health certificates, new document requirements, vaccination vs. COVID-19 rates all vary by country. Avoid confusion by consulting a travel medicine expert on the latest requirements for your host country.
Book a travel medicine visit 1-month before your departure. Get needed medications, vaccines, and safety tips with a customized ID Care travel plan.
Special travel medical coverage will ensure that you can obtain optimal emergency medical care and, if needed, be flown home to the US.
Travel medicine is unlike your primary care doctor visit. Your ID Care travel medicine specialist is always available — even while you’re abroad. Here’s how it works:
A personalized travel health plan is always developed based on your destination, itinerary and length of stay.
Traveling internationally for work or with a group poses even more risk than a family vacation. ID Care’s suite of services for for employers, corporate and group travelers addresses that. Services include:
ID Care doctors have extensive training and hands-on experience with every infectious disease, travel-related illness and health condition. ID Care provides the highest level of expertise and best care possible.
ID Care offers easy access to its travel medicine specialists and infectious disease doctors. With 10 locations throughout New Jersey, getting there is simple.
of Americans planned to travel in summer 2021
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Delta is 50% more contagious than the original COVID-19 strain