Please determine if the patient's health will permit air travel. Do not hesitate to contact the Priority Guest Center if you have any questions.
Prepare documents including medical certificates, medical history, test results, names of medications currently taken, treatment method if condition worsens, and a letter from yourself (the physician) with your contact information (in English for overseas travel).
Inform the patient when to take any medications in case of travel to a different time zone.
In case of an illness characterized by sudden onset, inform the patient of what to do in the event of an attack.
Remind the patient to take all regular medications with him or her onto the plane, and not put them into checked baggage.
Tell the patient the name of a hospital he or she can visit in case of any health problems at the destination.
Ask the patient to inform the flight attendant, hotel front desk, or tour conductor immediately if the patient feels unwell.