Our wholly owned clinics operate in countries where medical care of an international standard is unavailable, or where cultural and language barriers make it difficult to receive appropriate care.
Each clinic offers primary care, diagnostic care and 24/7 emergency care. Doctors are available to provide all types of treatments, ranging from simple vaccination to emergency heart attack treatment. Specialist care is also available in the many fields, including gynecology, pediatrics and ophthalmology.
For expatriate families settling into a new environment, family medical practice is especially important. Immigration health checks, first aid training and occupational health programs are also available.
Clinics are well equipped with the facilities needed to stabilize a critically ill or injured person before evacuation. Additionally, many clinics have international-standard pharmacies, laboratory services and diagnostic services. Many are also equipped to offer x-ray and ultrasound tests, dentistry, physical therapy and counseling.
Whenever possible, please call your nearest Assistance Center before visiting an International SOS Clinic. They can provide initial medical advice and inform you of clinic access requirements.