Traveling with a child presents unique challenges to every parent. You can make your next trip a more positive and enjoyable experience for the entire family if you adopt certain precautionary measures before and when you travel.
Pre-travel adviceMake an appointment with a doctor about four to six weeks before your departure to determine if vaccination is required for your destination. The doctor would also be able to determine your child's fitness level for travel.Vaccinations can help prevent the following diseases:
Services available at the children's travel clinicThe services listed are available for both children and parents.
Post-travel evaluation / treatmentUpon return from travel, booster vaccinations that are required will be given. Patients who develop symptoms such as fever, diarrhoea, vomiting, rashes or jaundice should return to Clinic M at Children's Tower Level 1 to be evaluated and treated for travel-related infectious diseases.
International adoptionParents who wish to adopt overseas children can bring their adopted children for routine childhood vaccination, screening for medical illnesses and infectious diseases as well as developmental assessment.
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