People often travel to destinations that present health risks not found at home. If you are visiting another country, it is important to protect yourself against conditions like yellow fever, malaria and typhoid fever.
The Division of Infectious Diseases Travel Clinic is here to help you have a safer, healthier trip abroad. Our team offers pre-travel immunizations, vaccines and medications to prevent disease. We also consult on:
The following immunizations and vaccines are available at our clinic:
We prescribe any medications needed for travel, including for the prevention of:
Appointment charges include professional fees (for physician consultation) and may include immunization charges. Insurance typically covers 100% of the cost of immunizations, with some exceptions.
Since these are preventive services, some health insurance plans do not cover the costs. We provide receipts to support claim reimbursement from a third party such as your insurance company. However, we strongly recommend checking with your insurance company prior to your appointment to confirm your plan covers travel medicine.
Please see the links below for information about international travel. Note: The Brigham does not maintain these websites and is not responsible for their content.
Our staff includes doctors and nurse practitioners with expertise in infectious disease and travel medicine.
Travel Clinic Physician, Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital
Travel Clinic Nurse Practitioner, Brigham and Women's Hospital
Travel Clinic Physician, Brigham and Women's Hospital
We offer all our services at our two locations:
Brigham and Women's Hospital
45 Francis St., 2nd Floor – Lung Center C
Boston, MA 02115
Brigham and Women's Faulkner Hospital
1153 Centre St., Suite 4F
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
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