Travel Clinic

Traveling outside the United States? Be aware of the Zika Virus.



Make an appointment as soon as possible (at least 14 days early is preferred) before your trip.

Call (402) 472-5000
or Stop by the University Health Center

Current Hours

Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED

Patient Eligibility

  • UNL Students
  • UNL Faculty and Staff
  • Community Members

Covered by UNL Student Fees

Receive pre-travel wellness counseling. Learn how to stay healthy when traveling overseas.

Insurance may be used for charges. The University Health Center participates with most insurance companies. Patients are asked to bring their insurance card and NCard with them. 30 days after the visit, charges will automatically be transferred to the patient's student bill on MyRED. Patients also have the option to pay at time of service. More information

What to Bring

About Pre-Travel Consultations

Nebraska Medicine's medical professionals certified in travel health provide immunizations for travel such as faculty research trips, spring break trips, study abroad trips and vacations. They will analyze your itinerary, make sure you receive all the immunizations you need and, if needed, provide prescriptions for malaria prophylaxis, which can be filled at the University Health Center Pharmacy. Patients will also receive advice on how to stay healthy while traveling, including:

  • Insect protection
  • Traveler diarrhea
  • High altitude sickness prevention

The University Health Center Travel Clinic is a designated yellow fever vaccination center — International Certificate of Vaccination yellow booklet.

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