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Travel Medicine

The Student Health Service (SHS) offers Travel Consultations for Stony Brook University students visiting countries that may require vaccines and malaria prevention. A typical visit includes:

  • updated CDC report specific to the country/countries
  • required and/or recommended vaccine information
  • vaccine schedule
  • malaria prevention recommendation
  • malaria prophylaxis
  • prescription if needed
  • vaccine prescription if needed
  • health precautions
  • disease risk summary
  • official health data

Vaccines

Travel vaccines including Typhoid and Yellow Fever, are available at Student Health Service. Vaccines are an additional cost that will be charged to the student account. Vaccination appointments should be scheduled 2 months prior to traveling, allowing ample time for necessary vaccines. Two weeks prior to your departure, you will need to have completed all necessary vaccinations. To schedule a Travel Consultation please call 631-632-6740.

 

 

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