USC International Travel Health Clinic

Resident Ani Ekizian explains travel precautions to student Zhengi Shang at the USC Travel Clinic. April 20, 2016. Photo by David Sprague

Resident Ani Ekizian explains travel precautions to student Zhengi Shang at the USC International Travel Health Clinic. April 20, 2016. Photo by David Sprague.

Whether you’re going on a business trip to China or a safari in Tanzania, the USC International Travel Health Clinic is here to help make your next trip enjoyable and safe. Our clinical pharmacists are highly trained and skilled in pre-travel health and strive to provide exemplary service to our patients. Our Doctors of Pharmacy all possess the Certificate in Travel Health® from the International Society of Travel Medicine and have over a decade of experience preparing travelers for every type of itinerary in any country in the world.

At the University of Southern California, we have access to every major commercial and government database as well as global disease outbreak alerts to provide you with the most comprehensive and up-to-date information available. Travelers going for business, vacation, relief work, religious missions, international adoptions, and study abroad all have different needs.

At our clinic, you will be scheduled for a 1 hour session with our clinical pharmacists who will provide you with an itinerary specific plan that also takes into consideration your health status, previous vaccination record, medical history and your past travel experience. Services provided to you during the visit include, as needed:

  • All required, recommended and routine vaccinations (we are also a CDC designated Yellow Fever vaccination center and can provide official proof of vaccination)
  • Travel related medications (including those for malaria prevention, treatment of travelers’ diarrhea, altitude sickness, etc)
  • Advice on avoiding travel-related diseases and other environmental hazards
  • Current US State Department warnings related to your destination
  • Recommendations for travel related non-prescription medications and equipment (available on site)
  • Other helpful travel-related information including voltage, airport tax, customs, etc.
  • Printed recommendations of all information presented during the visit

When should I make an appointment?

The best time to make an appointment for our clinic is at least 6 weeks before your trip, but no matter how much time you have before departure, we can help you. Unique to our clinic, we also offer:

  • Group consultations
  • Family visits
  • Onsite pharmacy

Don’t wait. Make your appointment now with the Travel Health experts at USC!

Where is the Travel Health Clinic?

The USC International Travel Health Clinic is offered at multiple locations to USC students, faculty, staff and the general public.

For more information and to schedule an appointment with the clinical pharmacist:

International Travel Health Clinic

Trojan Travel

Travel programs from the USC Alumni Association