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Of Med Clearance and Vaccines

Two posts in a month? What is this madness?

Six doctor’s visits, eight vials of blood, a new pair of glasses, full dental ex-rays and over 130 pages of paper later…and my medical paperwork is finally in. 345 more words

Peace Corps

medical advice re: vaccinations

To be honest, it was more difficult to book an appointment to get the vaccinations than to actually get the vaccinations. The US realm of medical care is weird. 1,772 more words

New Authority for Vaccination - a threat from a Radio Ad?

The Ontario College of Pharmacy recently announced the amended Pharmacy Act in Dec 2016, allowing pharmacists to administer selected vaccines, particularly ones that are related to the prevention of communicable diseases as well as  270 more words

General

Thailand Travel Vaccinations

It’s around 20 days until we go to Thailand now, so we tried to book in to get our travel vaccinations. We called our GP, local travel clinics etc and the earliest appointments we could get were for the 16th January with the GP or a Superdrug Travel Clinic which we managed to get an appointment for today. 701 more words

Travel

Travel Clinic Can Be Very Vital At Times of Need

If you are looking to get possible medical care, then you need to hire the right services and the ones with the perfect tools to cater such needs. 234 more words

Health And Medical

Travel Clinic Have a Higher Importance Then We All Imagine

If you are planning to travel abroad for business or vacation, it is very highly advised that you visit the right clinic that will help you with the right sort of vaccination. 227 more words

Health And Medical

Importance of Additional Pharmacy Services

Pharmacies are not only a place to have your prescription filled, but they also offer many valuable services that can be beneficial to patients. Some of these services include patients meeting with a pharmacist to have a MedsCheck, and discuss medication regimes, and any medication or health concerns they may have; receiving flu shots from a pharmacist instead of waiting at a doctor’s office; or attending various health clinics. 450 more words