At Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois, we offer comprehensive services for travelers of all ages, from immunizations before your trip to care after you return. At our Travel Medicine and Immunization Clinic, the international traveler benefits from the years of experience and expertise of our highly trained and well-traveled clinical staff.
Our staff members are board-certified in infectious disease, and they have a wide range of experience from years working as infectious disease specialists around the globe. This deep experience and broad knowledge translates into superior care.
The staff also offers unique expertise to the traveler with special needs, including travelers who are pregnant or who may have special concerns because of a pre-existing condition or complication, like transplant patients.
The Travel Medicine and Immunization Clinic at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago has you covered:
Before You Go — The clinic offers travel counseling and a full range of immunizations, plus the necessary documentation for your trip.
When You Return — The clinic is well prepared to help travelers upon their return with any travel-related illness. This applies to new and current patients.
- Pediatric Travel Care — The clinic offers comprehensive care by a pediatric infectious diseases specialist for younger travelers.
Special Needs — The clinic also offers comprehensive care for those with special medical needs, like pregnant women or people experiencing compromised immune systems.
Travel Medicine and Immunization Services Provided
Preparing for Travel
- Get information on the CDC immunization recommendations and other health issues for the country or region you plan to visit
- Get information on some of the vaccines available through the Travel Immunization Clinic
Making an Appointment
Travel Medicine Team
Travel Medicine Information in Our Health Library