International Travel Health
From Duluth to the world
International travel can be exciting, especially in the planning stages. Whether you’re planning a backpacking adventure across China or a business trip to London, it’s important to be prepared. So once you’ve finalized the details of your itinerary it’s time to create a plan for staying healthy, which is exactly what St. Luke's International Travel Health Center can help you do.
Contact us at least six weeks before your departure, as some vaccine series require several weeks to complete and take time to reach full effectiveness, and we will get you ready for your trip.
What do I need to bring to my appointment?
- Your immunization record and medical history
- A current list of any medications or supplements you take
- Your travel plans
- Any questions you may have about safe travel
What will happen at my appointment?
You will be also asked some questions regarding your travel and activity plans. Based on your destination, we will discuss which immunizations and tests may be helpful or required before you go.
How will I be prepared for my trip?
- A thorough assessment of your medical history as it pertains to the risks of travel and the prevention of disease
- Immunizations appropriate to a particular destination and planned activities, as well as routine updates
- Prescriptions to prevent malaria, treat traveler's diarrhea or other ailments
- Health education materials for countries that will be visited
- An International Certificate of Vaccination, as approved by the World Health Organization
- Administration of your planned vaccines on the day of your consultation or as scheduled
Northland Pharmacy is conveniently located near St. Luke’s International Travel Health Center and can fill travel prescriptions.
St. Luke’s does not require a referral for this service. To see if
your insurance company requires one, call the number on your card.
This service is available at these locations.