Travel Clinic

The global nature of the superyacht and oil & gas industry means your people are travelling further and for longer than ever before. To ensure your smooth and efficient operations efficiently, effective, reliable travel health provision is a must.
Our travel health clinics provide advice, up-to-date information and robust vaccine programmes. Each will help keep your workforce fit and healthy wherever the job takes them.
To ensure you operate smoothly and efficiently, effective, reliable travel health provision is a must. Our travel health clinics provide advice, up-to-date information and robust vaccine programmes.

Each will help keep your workforce fit and healthy wherever the job takes them.

TRAVEL MEDICINE


Vaccinations are one of the best forms of preventative medicine.

However, immunisations are not always required before travel: the need depends upon a number of factors, most importantly, which country gave the childhood vaccinations, which country/ies is the travel expected to include and what is planned to do in those areas of the world. Full details of what needs to be known to assess the risk are held within our questionnaire.
Some vaccination programmes need be started 12 weeks prior to travel – so prior planning is vital!

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A detailed account of our clients' planned trip(s) means potential risk are highlighted and managed.
Club de Mar Medical uses the daily-updated UK web based systems to keep pace with new and emerging risks so vaccine programmes are dependable.
Club de Mar Medical liaises with clients (personal or corporate) to identify potential hazards, before designing a tailor-made vaccine programme to reduce or eliminate the risk.
Treatments and prevention measures are continually changing. We proactively guide and safeguard clients.
We embrace best practice and the latest advances to ensure minimum exposure and maximum protection.
Certain occupations eg healthcare; dental / medical surgeries; emergency and essential services; plumbing; sewage or jobs involving children, animals or specific communities, may expose workers to an increased risk of vaccine preventable diseases.
Those working in these types of jobs are vulnerable to a range of different diseases, such as tuberculosis (TB), measles, mumps, rubella, varicella (chickenpox), hepatitis B, diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, Hib and polio, and they can transmit these diseases to vulnerable populations if not immunised.
They and their family and friends need to be protected.