Adjusted Hours

WVU Student Health, WVU Urgent Care Evansdale location, and the Travel Medicine clinic will only be open from 7:45 am – 4 pm on Tuesday, August 20, for WVU Fall Fest.

The clinics will return to regular hours on Wednesday, August 21.

If you require medical attention, please visit the WVU Urgent Care Suncrest location from 7:45 am – 8:00 pm.


Traveling abroad to new and exotic locations is on many people’s to-do lists. Advance preparation can ensure that your trip is a healthy, enjoyable experience. In addition to acquiring a passport, packing properly, and learning about the destination, it’s a good idea to make medical arrangements to safeguard your health.

Travel health, or emporiatrics, is a branch of medicine that aims to prepare travelers for contact with foreign diseases. The WVU Medicine International Travel Health Clinic, conveniently located by the WVU Recreation Center and PRT (Personal Rapid Transit), provides an in-depth assessment of any travel itinerary with specific health recommendations and on-site vaccinations. We can also address concerns such as traveler’s diarrhea, altitude illness, history of allergies, and motion sickness.

Our clinic has International Society of Travel Medicine certified physicians to care for you and your family. Please try to schedule all appointments at least six weeks in advance to ensure adequate time to complete vaccinations. It is recommended that you review the CDC Travelers’ Health Website while planning for your excursion.

Travel clinic visits start at $75 plus the costs of examination, lab services, and vaccinations as indicated. Payment is required at the time of service by cash, check, or credit/debit card. We do not bill private insurance, and the travel clinic is not a Medicare provider. Please keep all receipts for insurance reimbursement when applicable.

Immunizations We Provide

Travel vaccinations

Related services

  • Altitude sickness
  • Climate and cultural information
  • Crime prevention
  • Insect precautions
  • Jetlag reduction
  • Locating a physician abroad
  • Malaria medication
  • Motion sickness prevention
  • Review of chronic conditions and medications
  • Safety issues/travel advisories
  • Sun exposure precautions
  • Traveler’s diarrhea

Please bring the following to your appointment:

  • Completed travel questionnaire
  • Travel dates, itinerary, and type of accommodations
  • Past immunization records including tetanus, hepatitis B, past travel immunizations, and an international certificate of vaccination (if you have one)
  • List of allergies and any medications you are currently taking
  • Recommendations, if any, from travel agent or organization
  • Knowledge of any future international travel plan

Travel Medicine Resources


Appointments and Directions

855-WVU-CARE 855-988-2273
WVU Health and Education Building
390 Birch Street
Morgantown, WV 26505

Clinic Number

304-285-7200

Clinic Hours

Monday – Friday: 7:45 am – 8 pm
Saturday: 9:45 am – 4 pm

Hours subject to change during holidays and summer.

view_all_locations iconOn the map, click on the icon to display all locations.

locations_iconClick on a location for details.

maps_directions_iconOnce you select a location, click the directions icon. Google maps opens and allows you to enter your address for door-to-door directions.

full_sized_map iconClick the view larger map icon to open directly to Google maps.