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What to Pack

What to Pack

Don’t wait until the last day to pack. As your departure date approaches, you will want to make a list of the items necessary for your trip. The last thing you want is to arrive in Miami without important medical records, medications, or appropriate clothing.

healthcareMiami weather is typically hot and humid during the summer and mild during the winter. During summer you can minimize your discomfort and risk of sunburn by wearing light weight cotton clothes, sunscreen, hat and sunglasses. You should also carry a small umbrella as thunder showers can appear without warning.

The following check-list will help you get organized:

  • For medical treatment: Medical history file and relevant medical reports, contact information for your hospital representative, prescription medication, your medical travel itinerary, and a digitalor hard copy of correspondence between you and the hospital/ facilitator.
  • Must have: Identification (driver’s license or passport), credit cards, and cash.
  • Clothing: Loose fitting cotton clothing, linen shirts, and sundresses are popular in South Florida due to the heat and humidity. Also make sure to bring comfortable shoes or sandals as these will come in handy for a peaceful stroll along one of Miami’s pristine beaches or popular Ocean Drive.
  • Toiletries: Sunscreen, lip balm, moist towels or facial wipes
  • Photo Equipment: Digital camera, spare card, PC cable, spare rechargeable batteries, battery recharger, case.
  • Miscellaneous: Knapsack or fanny pack, sun glasses, water bottle, hat or cap to protect your head from the sun, umbrella and raincoat or poncho for the summer months.

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