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Whether you plan to travel for business, leisure, education

or humanitarian work, make our international travel

medicine center your first destination.


Studies suggest that only about 8 percent of international

travelers seek pre-travel medical advice, but more than

50 percent experience health problems that interfere with

the success or enjoyment of their trip.


Traveling abroad increases your risk of acquiring diseases

that you would not normally encounter at home. If you are

among the growing number of people traveling to remote destinations or developing countries, your risk of exposure to exotic diseases is even greater.


A visit to our travel medicine center will help minimize health risks during your trip.

  • Personalized pre-travel health evaluation based on your unique travel itinerary to help determine your possible health risks while abroad.

  • Comprehensive and up-to-date information from authoritative sources on health and safety risks for your destination.

  • Immunizations that are required or recommended for entering countries on your itinerary. A comprehensive list of the vaccines/immunizations our center can provide can be found HERE.

  • International Certificate of Vaccination for yellow fever vaccination.

  • Tips for personal safety and protection.

  • Post-travel evaluation for travelers who return from abroad with fever, diarrhea or any new illness.


Visits to a travel medicine center are not usually covered by most traditional medical insurance plans.


Full payment is due at the time of your visit.


We accept all major credit cards with the exception of American Express.


We will work with groups to tailor a comprehensive program for your needs. Please contact our Travel Medicine line at (336) 832-7840 for more information.


Below you will find helpful information about your visit to our travel clinic as well as tips for traveling abroad.


Download a Welcome Letter.


Download a Travel Questionnaire to complete and bring to your appointment.

Download helpful Travel Guidelines.

Download our Travel Charges 


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The Regional Center for Infectious Disease is located in the Wendover Medical Center at

301 East Wendover Avenue in Greensboro.


Our office is on the first floor in Suite 111, which is located to the left of the elevators.

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