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Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health Infectious Diseases offers specialized care for patients with infections that are difficult to diagnose or don’t respond to treatment, as well as diseases such as HIV, hepatitis and malaria. We also provide travel medicine services to help you lower your risk of contracting infectious diseases in areas of the world you plan to visit.
We offer vaccinations and other preventive medications to help reduce your risk of contracting infections to which you may be exposed during domestic and international travel.
Careful planning is the best way to stay healthy on your trip. Check with us several months in advance if you are traveling to another country so we can schedule appropriate vaccines. Depending on your destination, we may recommend vaccines or medications to protect you from:
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