University policy requires University employees traveling internationally on University-sponsored business to be seen at the UEOHC prior to their trip. Appointments should be scheduled as soon as the employee becomes aware of their travel plans, preferably 6-8 weeks before departing the country. Employees receive a pre-travel medical evaluation and education about prevention of illness, prescriptions for prophylaxis against diarrheal and vector-borne disease, and administration of necessary immunizations. Available immunizations include those for yellow fever, Japanese encephalitis, typhoid, hepatitis A, rabies, meningococcal meningitis, tetanus, polio, diphtheria and pertussis. If you become ill during or after your trip, the UEOHC will also provide post-travel assessment for diagnosis, treatment, and necessary follow-up.
For travel insurance, please contact Risk Management. Below are some informative links.