Hours of Service
Monday through Friday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
New patients should bring a copy of their immunization record and the Travel Medical History Form. For study abroad program health clearance appointments, bring the printed requirements list found on MyWorldMAKE AN APPOINTMENT
- University of Nebraska students from all campuses
- UNL, Nebraska Medicine and UNMC employees and their dependents who are 19 years or older
- Community members
- Visiting scholars
Services Covered By Student Fees
- Five office visits with a Medical or Travel every July through June (immunizations, lab work and medications are not covered)
Let Us Help You Have a Safe and Enjoyable Trip
Nebraska Medicine health professionals certified in travel health are here to help you prepare for your upcoming trip, such as vacations, spring break trips, Education Abroad programs, faculty research trips and more.
Our staff provides individualized consultations where they will analyze your itinerary to make sure you receive all the immunizations you need and, when relevant, provide prescriptions for prophylaxis, which can be filled at the health center pharmacy. You will receive advice on up-to-date, country-specific travel advisories as well as general information on how to stay healthy while traveling (e.g., insect protection, traveler diarrhea and high altitude sickness prevention).
The travel clinic is available to UNL students, faculty and staff and community members 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday by appointment only. Appointments book quickly, so don’t delay. During times of high volume, it may take two to four weeks to obtain a travel appointment. We recommend scheduling two to three months before your anticipated departure date or sooner if you need a series of immunizations (please consult travel clinic provider). Call 402-472-5000 to schedule.
Students who pay student fees can receive five visits to the travel or medical clinic each year for no additional cost, but fees will apply for immunizations, labs and any procedures.All other visits will incur a charge. To determine how much your visit will cost, we recommend contacting your health insurance provider for coverage information. Patients are responsible for any charges not covered by insurance.
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Important information for new patients
All new patients are required to bring a completed Travel Medical History Form and their previous immunization records and/or yellow international travel vaccination booklet to their first appointment. For Education Abroad program health clearance appointments, bring the printed requirements list found on MyWorld including the Education Abroad Confidential Health History Form and Health Clearance Form. Be prepared to discuss all your potential destination countries and to receive immunizations at the time of your visit.
Parking is available at meters along N 19th St and in our marked patient parking lot on the north side of the building. You will be ticketed for parking in other locations.
Yellow fever vaccine
The Travel Clinic is a designated yellow fever vaccination center —International Certificate of Vaccination yellow booklet.
The yellow fever vaccine is now available at the University Health Center.
Yellow fever is a required vaccine for travel to certain countries in South America and Africa. If you have previously had a yellow fever vaccine, you are not required to be re-vaccinated.
|Hepatitis A||Two doses||At least 20 years|
|Hepatitis B||Three doses||Lifetime|
|Twinrix (Hep A/B)||Three doses||At least 20 years|
|Influenza||Yearly booster||One year|
|Japanese Encephalitis||Two doses||One year|
|Meningococcal ACWY||One dose||Three to five years|
|Meningococcal B||Two to three doses||Three to five years|
|Pneumococcal (PCV20)||One dose after age 65||Lifetime|
|Polio||Onetime adult booster||Lifetime|
|Shingles||Two doses||Not yet determined|
|Rabies||Three doses||Blood test titer after two years|
|Tetanus (Td or Tdap)||Five to 10 years|
|Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)||One dose after age 60||Not yet determined|
|Tick-borne encephalitis (TBE)||Three doses||Three years|
|Typhoid||Oral dose||Five years|
|Typhoid injectable||Two years|
VIS (Vaccine Information Statements)
- Chickenpox (Varicella)
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Hib - Haemophilus influenzae Type B)
- Human Papillomavirus - HPV
- Influenza Seasonal
- Japanese Encephalitis (JE)
- MMR – Rubeola
- MMR – Mumps
- MMR - Rubella (German Measles)
- Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV)
- Shingles (Herpes Zoster)
- Tick-borne Encephalitis (TBE)
- Typhoid Fever
- Yellow Fever
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get my immunization records for the travel health appointment?
If you’ve traveled before, you may have these immunization recorded in a yellow international travel vaccination booklet. If you do not have this booklet, obtain your immunization records from your doctor’s office, county health department or high school/college.
What do I do if I have a post-travel illness or concern?
If you are a UNL student experiencing a fever after returning from a country with malaria, diarrhea or skin rashes/lesions, or if you think you might have an infectious disease or other travel-related concern, call 402-472-5000 to make an appointment. Be prepared to discuss your concern so that the phone attendant can book an appointment with the appropriate service for your needs. If you are a faculty, staff or community member, please consult with your primary care provider.