Travel Clinic

Travel Information

Planning a trip to a developing country? Need information, medications or vaccinations for an upcoming trip? The Health Center provides the Travel Clinic as a service to all registered students. The fee is $25 fee for the visit.

A Travel Clinic visit will provide you with:

• Detailed travel health information including risks for infection based on your itinerary and planned activities while abroad.
• Brief review of medical history and recommended precautions and preventative measures based on your health.
• Review of vaccination history. Required and recommended vaccinations will be discussed.
• Prescriptions wil be reviewed that are recommended travel medications.

Once you have decided on your destination(s), you should:

• Research online at www.cdc.gov/travel/ or at www.mdtravelhealth.com for more information about your trip.
• Retrieve your vaccination records. Bring your vaccine records to your Travel appointment.
• Schedule a Travel appointment at the Health Center. It is recommended that you schedule your appointment at least 4 weeks in advance of your departure.

You can schedule a Travel Clinic appointment via phone or in person. You can schedule an appointment via phone by calling (209) 228-2273.

Note to UCEAP Students:

• If your travel visit is due to an UCEAP requirement, please be advised you must attend a Travel Clinic visit and have your UCEAP Health Clearance Form signed by a Health Center provider at that visit. You may choose to have your required or recommended vaccinations at a place of your choosing. The cost of vaccinations at the Health Center can be found on our Fee Schedule.
UCEAP Online Travel Course (OTC) must be completed before your Travel Clinic visit. Instructions to access the OTC can be found in the UCEAP Pre-departure Checklist (PDC) of countries requiring it.
• EAP Travel Instructions.
• Information on the required UCEAP Travel Insurance (PDF).
• Information on the UCEAP Health Clearance Form (PDF).