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3 edition of Travelers" guide to U.S.-certified doctors abroad. found in the catalog.

Travelers" guide to U.S.-certified doctors abroad.

Travelers" guide to U.S.-certified doctors abroad.

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Published by Marquis Who"s Who in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physicians, Foreign -- Directories.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesU.S.-certified doctors abroad.
    GenreDirectories.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination180 p. ;
    Number of Pages180
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16413204M
    ISBN 100837939011
    LC Control Number76010028
    OCLC/WorldCa2550484

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Travelers" guide to U.S.-certified doctors abroad Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Travelers' guide to U.S.-certified doctors abroad. [American Board of Medical Specialties.;] -- Over English-speaking physicians certified by one of the 22 boards of the American Board of Medical Specialties and residing in over countries outside the United States and Canada.

The Travel Doctor addresses all the health concerns confronting today's traveler -- whether traveling for business or for pleasure -- in a very comprehensive, common-sense way.

Armed with this book the reader will foresee health issues that may be encountered on the trip (while there is still time to prevent them) and learn how to avoid /5(4).

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See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 5/5(1). Medical care abroad varies widely, and in many countries medical care is of high quality.

This high-quality care, however, may be available to only a small segment of the general population. Travelers should find out how to locate this care. All travelers should carry at least a basic medical kit. Work with your doctor to evaluate your health, or the health of those traveling with you, by using the guide below.

In general, you should not travel by plane if you: Have recently had any type of surgery, especially stomach, brain, eye, or orthopedic (bone or joint) surgery. Check with your doctor to see when it is safe for you to travel. Before going abroad, travelers should consider how they will access health care during their trip should a medical problem or emergency arise.

Encourage those likely to need health care to research thoroughly and identify potential health care providers and facilities at their destination.

Home › International Travel Health Guide - Online Book - 22 Chapters. International Travel Health Guide Online Edition. Medical Care Abroad. Chapter 17 - Travel Insurance. Chapter 18 - Medical Transport International Travel Health Guide Online Edition. COVID is spreading worldwide. CDC recommends you avoid all nonessential international travel.

If you must travel, follow the recommendations in the Global COVID Pandemic Notice, in addition to any travel health recommendations provided on the webpage for.

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Whether you’re going to a neighboring country or you’re planning a trip halfway around the world – there is so much to see, and you don’t want to miss out. Many doctors assume you cannot mix business with pleasure in medicine.

However, there are many ways to incorporate travel into your medical career without having to leave the profession. For example, you can ask your employer for permission to attend medical conferences abroad, acquiring knowledge which will help your local team. U.S. citizens will be permitted to return from the United Kingdom, Ireland and the Schengen area.

The Department of Homeland Security has issued instructions requiring U.S. passengers that are coming from (or transiting) the United Kingdom, Ireland and the Schengen area to travel through select airports where the U.S.

Government has implemented enhanced screening procedures. Penn Travel Medicine provides information, immunizations and counseling for international travelers who could be exposed to conditions such as poor sanitation and food preparation practices, along with infectious diseases which are rare in the U.S.

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Most know that you can get shots before you start a trip abroad, but few are aware that there is much more to preparing for travel. Finding a Doctor When You're in a Foreign Country. Planning ahead can greatly expedite a search for an English-speaking doctor if a medical emergency strikes during a trip abroad.

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