Department of Medicine
Division of Geographic Medicine
The Division of Geographic Medicine, a part of the Center for Vaccine
Development, is internationally recognized as a leader in the development and
testing of vaccines. The division maintains a Travelers'
Clinic that provides comprehensive health care for children and adults who
are about to leave on a brief or extended trip overseas.
- Patients who need immunizations prior to travel
- Victims of malaria, typhoid or other exotic diseases
- Patients suffering from diarrhea or parasitic infections after travel
- Evaluation of fever, diarrhea or other acquired diseases
- Examination for parasites
- Diarrhea prophylaxis and treatment
- Malaria chemoprophylaxis
- Information about where to seek medical advice while abroad
- Education about disease risks and preventions
This page was last updated on:
- Travelers' Clinic
provides comprehensive health care for children and adults traveling in tropical
and subtropical countries.
December 13, 2007.
For more information, call the University Physicians Consultation and
Referral Service at 1-800-492-5538 (patients) or 1-800-373-4111 (physicians). If you prefer, you may call the division directly at 410-328-5196.