University Health Service


We currently have very limited availability for travel health appointments, due to staffing. Please consider using Other Local Travel Health Providers.

Planning to travel abroad? Here's how to get immunizations, prescriptions and advice tailored to your destination and health condition.


Travel coordinators, we want to work with you to serve your students. See For Travel Coordinators about group clinics and more.

Quick links:

Download Travel Health Form (PDF)

Get Fees and Immunization Costs for this Clinic

Go to Videos of Travel Health Recommendations by Country

Go to Travel Health Education Program

Learn about Zika Precautions

Step 1. Learn Recommendations/Requirements and Prepare

Plan ahead! You'll need to:

  • Learn any visa and U-M program requirements
  • Locate your immunization record
  • Schedule early (6-8 weeks before departure) because:
    • There is considerable demand for appointments, especially before peak travel times (December, before Spring Break, April and May) -- See Step 2 below
    • All immunizations take two weeks to reach optimum effectiveness, and some are given in series

Wondering what UHS nurses might recommend? For general recommendations, you could look up your destination(s) on the Center for Disease Control and Prevention travel website.

Get Immunization Costs

Go to Videos of Travel Health Recommendations by Country

Step 2. Complete Form and Schedule an Appointment

A. Download, complete and submit our Travel Health Services Form before scheduling your appointment. Plan on submitting the form 6-8 weeks before you travel.   

Download Travel Health Form (PDF)

B. After form submission, you will be contacted by phone or email to schedule. (If you do not hear from a scheduler within 3 business days, call 734-764-8320.) If you need a physical for travel, schedule it separately. Please note that Travel Health Services are available only Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Step 3. Learn How to Stay Safe and Healthy While Traveling

We encourage you to learn about travel health through these two means: 

Go to Travel Health Education Program

Go to Videos of Travel Health Recommendations by Country

Step 4. At Your Visit

Be sure to bring any health forms that you need to have completed. 

Regarding costs, if you are a currently enrolled U-M student, the clinic visit is covered, but payment for vaccinations and medications is your responsibility. Check your insurance coverage and any program coverage before this visit.

If you need prescriptions or other products, allow time to visit the UHS Pharmacy. The Pharmacy sells the following non-prescription travel-related products:

  • Imodium AD ® caplets, generic, for diarrhea
  • Pepto-Bismol ® liquid and tablets, generic, for diarrhea, nausea, heartburn, indigestion, upset stomach
  • Ultrathon ™ insect repellant lotion, contains 34% DEET, repels mosquitos, biting flies, chiggers, fleas, deer and stable flies
  • Permanone ® spray, insect repellant against mosquitoes and ticks, for clotihing and gear
  • Sawyer ® clothing treatment kit, soak to repel and kill mosquitoes, ticks, chiggers, mites
  • Mobasa Defender ™, a personal mosquito net pretreated with repellant

Costs for Travel Health Visits:

There is a $96 clinic visit fee for all patients, including students. There are additional fees for immunizations, medications and any supplies. Please check with your insurance to determine coverage. Payment is expected at time of service.

  • For currently enrolled U-M students (Ann Arbor campus): Your clinic visit is free (covered by the health service fee).
  • For patients with U-M BCN/Premier Care/GradCare: Your insurance will cover the cost of your clinic visit, however you are responsible for paying the visit copay. 
  • For patients with Medicare (even if you have U-M BCN/Premier Care/GradCare secondary): Insurance will not cover the clinic visit. 
  • For patients with any other insurance, you are responsible for payment.
  • Is your department paying some or all travel costs? UHS will bill your department, but you are responsible for paying if they do not pay. Bring any documentation with department shortcode for billing. 

For more information, see:

From UHS:

Other local travel health providers:

  • U-M Health System Overseas Travel Clinic, 734-763-7329, U-M Hospital, 1500 East Medical Center Dr, Floor 3, Reception D, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
  • Passport Health, 248-851-5633, 2008 Hogback Drive Suite 1, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
  • IHA Midwest Travel Care, 734-995-0308, 4200 Whitehall Dr, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
  • The CVS Minute Clinic (866-389-2727, 209 S. State St, Ann Arbor) and Walgreen's Pharmacy (734-352-3623, 317 S. State St, Ann Arbor) provide some immunizations, however they don't have some such as yellow fever, and they cannot prescribe medications such as anti-malarials. 
  • Washtenaw Public Health Department provides some immunizations that may be useful in travel.