Going to Fiji? "Medical facilities on Fiji are
adequate for routine medical problems... Two major hospitals,
Lautoka Hospital in the city of Lautoka and the Colonial War Memorial
Hospital in Suva, provide emergency and outpatient services...
Other hospitals and clinics provide only a limited range of health
services... Serious medical emergencies may be referred to Australia,
New Zealand or the United States... Doctors and hospitals often
request cash payment for health services...
US citizens are encouraged to register at the US Embassy in
Suva, and may obtain updated information on travel and security
there... The US Embassy in Fiji is located at 31 Loftus Street
in the capital of Suva... The telephone number is (670) 314-466,
and the fax number is (670) 300-081..."
If similar information might make your trip more relaxing and comfortable,
you'll find it in the personalized Travel Medicine Itinerary
provided by Health First Occupational Medicine.
Serving the travel needs of Brevard since 1987, we offer health
evaluations, customized itinerary and educational materials (including
US State Department information), as well as up-to-date information
on health facilities and concerns specific to your destination.
If immunizations or a physical exam are recommended, you can be
assured our board-certified occupational medicine physicians always
have access to the latest travel information and immunizations you'll
need for any destinations. (Since some immunizations require a few
weeks to become effective, make an appointment to see us at least
one month in advance of your trip.)
Whether you're leaving for business abroad, or that once-in-a-lifetime
vacation, we want your travel experience to be a pleasurable one.
Include a visit to Health First Occupational Medicine in your plans.
Call us at (321) 434-8878 to make an appointment.