International Travel Clinic

Serving students, faculty, staff, and campus affiliates.

The UHS International Travel Clinic guides members of the campus community in protecting their health while traveling throughout the world.

The Travel Clinic uses the most current information available from the Centers for Disease Control, the World Health Organization, and Shoreland’s computerized Travel Health Information Services. Your personalized travel package for a healthful, safe trip includes the following:

  • Travel consultation with medical professionals 
  • Required and recommended immunizations based on your itinerary, personal history of immunizations, and planned activities during your trip

  • Official International Certificate of Vaccination (upon request)

  • Prescriptions to prevent malaria, and altitude illness and treat travelers’ diarrhea, as appropriate

  • General travel advice on precautionary measures for food, drink, climate, and recreational activities 

Travel Consultations

Travel Consultations are required in order to receive travel vaccines such as Typhoid, Yellow Fever and Japanese Encephalitis. Travel consultations are ideally scheduled for 6 to 8 weeks prior to traveling, and no more than 6 months in advance as information may not be current by the time travel occurs. Travel consultations are by appointment only (see right column for details). There is a charge for the consultation, in addition to charges for immunizations and medications. See sample fees.

Travel consultations are available in person or by phone (students only). If traveling within 2 weeks, an in-person appointment is preferred so that necessary vaccines can be started as soon as possible. Please complete the Travel Intake Questionnaire (see below) and upload all available immunization records at least 1 day before your appointment.  

Travel Intake Questionnaire

After you schedule your appointment, please complete the Travel Intake Questionnaire at least 1 day before your appointment. You will be asked to provide your medical history, immunization history, and details about your upcoming travel. Please be as accurate as possible when providing the travel dates and countries (in the order you will be traveling). If there are any changes to your itinerary, please call the Travel Clinic as we may need to adjust the recommendations that will be provided.  

  • Students/Faculty/Staff: Complete the questionnaire online via eTang. Click on the Appointments tab -> Scroll down to Currently Scheduled Appointments -> Click ‘Complete Questionnaire’ for your Travel Consult Appointment. Upload your immunization records by clicking on the Medical Clearances tab -> click on ‘Update’ next to Immunization Record  

  • If you do not have access to eTang: Print and complete the questionnaire. Bring it along with your immunization records to your appointment.

Scheduling Travel Appointments

  • Schedule your travel consultation six to eight weeks before departure when possible.
  • Schedule online via eTang (students only), call (510) 643-7177 or stop by the Travel and Immunization reception desk on the first floor of Tang Center. 

  • Complete the Travel Intake Questionnaire and upload immunization records at least 1 day before your appointment.

Contact Us

Phone: (510) 643-7177

Latest schedule is available on our Hours of Operation webpage.

The Travel Clinic is closed for University holidays.

Location: The Travel Clinic is located on the first floor of University Health Services, Tang Center, 2222 Bancroft Way.