Varicella (Chickenpox) Vaccinations
If you want to receive a Varicella (Chickenpox) vaccination, look no further than Executive Health Services, Inc. For over three decades, patients all over the Greater Philadelphia area and beyond have turned to our elite medical practice for both Varicella vaccinations and migration health exams.We take pride in the fact that we offer patients the chance to schedule appointments with us all throughout the week. In fact, you can call us at any time and expect to speak with a real person who can schedule your Varicella vaccination appointment immediately.
What is Varicella (Chickenpox)?
Varicella, or what is widely known as “Chickenpox,” is an extremely contagious disease that causes itchy, blister-like rashes to appear on your body, fever, and tiredness. The disease can be serious, especially for adults, infants, and others with weak immune systems.
How do people contract Varicella (Chickenpox)?
Varicella spreads easily from people who have the disease to those who’ve never had it or haven’t been vaccinated. It spreads mainly by breathing in or touching virus particles that come from the blisters. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), they believe that it’s also spread via tiny droplets that get into the air after those infected talk or breathe.
Where is Varicella (Chickenpox) typically found?
Varicella is a common disease that many children suffer from in the United States. However, it’s also an adult disease that’s present in many tropical areas or climates.
Is Varicella (Chickenpox) preventable?
Yes, and the best way you can prevent Varicella is to get the vaccine.
Why should I get a Varicella (Chickenpox) vaccination?
If you’re older and/or traveling and have never had the disease or vaccination, you’re at the greatest risk of developing serious complications from the disease. Furthermore, those traveling to the U.S. are now required to be vaccinated against the disease.
Where can I get a Varicella (Chickenpox) vaccination?
You can get the Varicella vaccination simply by contacting us at any time and booking your appointment at one of our locations.
Who should I speak to about a Varicella (Chickenpox) vaccination appointment?
You can call us toll-free at 800-ASPIRIN or 215-235-3000 to learn more about the disease, its vaccine, or what to expect during your appointment.
At Executive Health Services, Inc., we know that no one wants to suffer from a disease that causes tiredness, fever, and itchy rashes to appear all over their body. To prevent this from happening to you or your loved one here in the U.S. or while traveling abroad, call us now to schedule your appointment.