UPDATE: We regret we are currently unable to schedule new Travel Health appointments.
Travel health is about more than vaccines. Here at EMU's Travel Clinic, we provide an individualized travel health risk assessment and develop a management plan that may include vaccines, medicines and education. We recommend scheduling a Travel Health Consultation about 8 weeks before travel.
Our Travel Health Clinic and the EMU Study Abroad Office have partnered together to create a new, informational video to help you understand the Travel Health Clinic process. Please click here to view the video!
Who can use the Travel Health Clinic?
- EMU students, staff, and faculty
- Community members 14 years and older
Scheduling an Appointment:
Download and complete the Travel Information Form and return to the Travel Health Clinic by:
- Fax: 734.487.2342
- In person: Snow Health Center, 2nd Floor, front desk
Your information will be reviewed by the travel health staff. You will be contacted by phone within 3 business days to schedule. To inquire about scheduling a group class, please call 734.487.1122.
Note: Travel Health appointments are limited. You must notify us at least 24 hours in advance if you cannot keep your scheduled appointment.
Preparing for Your Appointment:
The following information is necessary to help prepare your individual travel plan:
- An accurate medical history, including:
- Your immunization history
- Complete medication list
- A detailed itinerary
Travel Health consultations cost $100. EMU students, faculty, and staff receive a $25 discount. Additional fees may apply if you need other services like:
- Preventative medications
- Physician exams
The travel clinic does not bill insurance and payment is due the day of service. University Health Services can provide you with an itemized receipt that you can submit to your insurance company. Please note, your insurance company may not cover travel related health care costs.
Acceptable forms of Payment:
- Cash, check, or credit (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover Card)
- Enrolled students can have the charge placed on their e-bill
- Faculty/Staff may use payroll deduction