Duke offers immunizations, education, and specialized medical expertise for people planning travel of all types -- leisure, business, relocation, study abroad, volunteer service, and international adoptions.
Americans make an estimated 45 million trips to international destinations each year -- 20 million of them to rural settings or developing countries.
Staying healthy during foreign travel requires more than vaccinations. Careful planning is key: Statistics show that people who learn about and prepare for health risks and issues that might affect them during their journeys rarely develop trip-related illnesses.
Established in 1991, Duke’s International Travel Clinic can help travelers in North Carolina’s Triangle (Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill) region plan to stay healthy.
For enhanced convenience, the travel clinic is conveniently located at Duke Urgent Care at 5716 Fayetteville Road in Durham, NC.