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Travelers' Health Clinic

The Travelers' Health Clinic at the University of Maryland School of Medicine is directed by Wilbur Chen, MD, MS and staffed by CVD internists and pediatricians. The clinic is located in a convenient downtown location and offers comprehensive health care, including travel consultations, education, and vaccinations for those planning trips overseas, especially to tropical and subtropical countries and to more temperate countries in Eastern Europe and Asia. In addtion, the clinic provides treatment services for diseases and conditions contracted overseas.
This clinic is offered as a not-for-profit service to the Baltimore community. Our fixed fees and charges are minimized to offer the most competitive prices and to reduce the burden of your overall travel costs.


Services include immunizations to prevent yellow fever, typhoid fever, hepatitis A, meningococcal meningitis, Japanese encephalitis, and other infections found in host countries. Travelers are educated about other health risks and how to prevent them, including travelers’ diarrhea and other food and water borne infections, malaria and insect-borne infections, altitude sickness, and local crime activity.

Wilbur Chen, MD, MS
Associate Professor


The Travelers’ Health Clinic offers diagnostic and treatment services for diseases and conditions contracted overseas.


To make an appointment, please phone the Department of Medicine Faculty Practice Office at 667-214-1515. The Clinic is open Wednesday from 1:15 PM to 4:30 PM and the second and fourth Friday of the month from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM.