Our infectious disease physicians lower your risk of getting sick so you can have a great trip. You also have access to travel vaccinations you may need.
When you come to our International Travel Clinic, you’ll receive care from infectious disease physicians. These physicians specialize in preventing and treating diseases that are more common in other parts of the world, such as tuberculosis.
With experienced infectious disease specialists, you can count on us for effective care. They provide vaccinations and travel tips that help people avoid infectious diseases. And if you end up getting sick during your trip, we can treat you once you get home. Find out more about the care and prevention of infectious diseases.
We are available before and after your trip:
At AHN, we offer travel-related care from the same network of physicians you already know and trust. And our infectious disease physicians have access to your health information through our secure electronic medical record. This coordinated approach means you receive effective care based on all aspects of your well-being.
Our international travel clinic is located at:
When you come to our clinic, here’s what to expect:
We ask you about where you are traveling and the activities you have planned. For example, it’s helpful to know whether you’ll be sightseeing in a city or camping in the jungle.
We also ask you about your health, including your vaccination history. If you can’t remember what shots you’ve received, we may be able to find this information in our electronic medical record.
We suggest travel vaccinations that are best for your situation. Your care may include:
We give you practical tips for staying healthy abroad. These tips may include:
We recommend the shots that are right for you based on your vaccination history and travel plans. For the best results, you should start receiving vaccinations four to six weeks before your trip.
Travel vaccinations we frequently provide are subject to availability and include:
If you come home sick or start feeling ill shortly after coming back, we are here for you. Make an appointment to see one of our infectious disease physicians if you experience: