Duke Urgent Care Travel Clinic offers immunizations, education, and specialized medical expertise for people planning international travel of all types -- leisure, business, relocation, study abroad, volunteer service, and international adoptions.
Preparation can save you time, expense and worry. Travelers who properly prepare medically before departure and follow the recommendations of their travel provider rarely develop illnesses related to travel.
The clinic is located at Duke Urgent Care South, on Fayetteville Road near I-40, convenient to Durham and Chapel Hill, as well as to greater Durham and Orange counties.
For people planning international travel, the Travel Clinic offers education and guidance about:
Topics covered during a consultation at the Travel Clinic include health and safety issues such as drinking water, sanitation, insect-borne disease, driving conditions, and personal security. This service offers destination-specific information that is:
The Travel Clinic is there for you when you return. For travelers who experience post-travel illnesses, the clinic offers referral access to highly experienced Duke physicians who are board-certified in tropical and travel medicine.
Depending on your insurance plan, you may need to see your primary care physician first, then request a referral before scheduling an appointment with us.
It is best to schedule your appointment six weeks prior to departure. However, we will attempt to accommodate short-notice requests for emergency travel.
Before your appointment, please print, fill out, and bring with you an Appointment Request Form.
If available, also please bring:
Parking: Free, convenient parking.