The Division’s International Travel Clinic offers unique services to individuals planning to travel abroad.
Division faculty with expertise in travel and global infectious diseases provide advice based on a traveler’s destination about preventative practices, including:
- Immunizations for viral hepatitis, typhoid fever, meningococcal, Japanese encephalitis, etc.
- Prophylactic antibiotic therapy, such as malaria prophylaxis
- information about how to avoid infections
Travelers should plan to seek consultation at least three weeks before departure to ensure that all appropriate immunizations can be administered and become effective. However, patients can also be seen on shorter notice. Patients with post-travel health concerns may likewise seek consultation.
Payment is required at the time of service. Exact prices will not be given over the phone as the pricing structure fluctuates and pricing will be determined based on immunizations needed at the time of the visit. We accept cash, checks or charge cards. Most insurance companies will only reimburse charges if it is medically necessary. We do not send claims to your healthcare provider. If you would like to submit the charges yourself, please do so and we will provide you with the receipt.
Clinic appointments: 314-362-9098
8:00 am – 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday
The International Travel Clinic is conveniently located on the Washington University Medical Center campus. Parking is available on the adjacent lot.
620 South Taylor Ave., Suite 100
St. Louis, MO 63110
Please download and complete the Travel Health Form (pdf) and bring it with you to your appointment.
- Travelers’ Health (CDC)
- Zika Virus Testing in St. Louis Area
- Zika Virus: Information for Healthcare Providers and Patients from Becker Library.
- Mosquito Bite Prevention for Travelers (pdf) from the CDC.
- Visit the CDC’s website for additional disease information for travelers.