MSU INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL CLINIC

For over 20 years MSU-Bozeman University Health Partners, formerly known as Student Health Service, has provided excellent comprehensive travel-related health services to the MSU community. We offer services to MSU students who will be traveling internationally for academic pursuits, work, volunteering - or any other reasons.
 

Free for me?  Most Travel Clinic services (except medications, labs and most immunizations) are free of charge    for students taking 7 or more credits.

As of March 23, 2020 we will not be conducting in-person visits for Travel Clinic appointments due to Coronavirus-related concerns.  We  are able to conduct appointments by remote means and would be happy to discuss options with you.  Stay tuned for further details and please contact us with any questions!  Thank you for your understanding and take good care.

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Students may make an appointment to receive an individual travel  consultation to assess personal health concerns, disease risk, and vaccination and medication recommendations tailored to their personal health and specific travel plans.  Free physical exams for visas, school applications etc are available, as well as any needed labs, TB testing, etc.  We are also happy to see students for post-travel consultations.  Almost all travel immunizations andmedications can be taken care of here at University Health Partners Medical Services and Pharmacy as well.  

Students, faculty and staff are welcome and encouraged to attend a free informative hour-long Travel Health and Safety Class (see current schedule below). 

Group travel classes are available on request for MSU groups of any kind planning to travel abroad.

For more information on all of the services we offer, please visit the links on the sidebar on the left of this page.

Please call University Health Partners Travel Clinic at (406) 994-7287 or e-mail travelclinic@montana.edu with any questions or for further details.

We look forward to talking with you!

International Travel Health and Safety Classes 

Classes are free and last approximately 1 hour, slightly longer for travel to developing countries.  Everyone is welcome - students, faculty, staff, community members.  Please join us!

Classes are held in our Office of Health Advancement Conference Room at 1102 South Sixth Avenue, adjacent to main campus on the corner of Arthur, just across the street from the new American Indian Hall construction.  See the map on the sidebar of this web page.

SPRING 2020 International Travel Health and Safety Classes:

All in-person International Travel Health and Safety Classes are suspended for the remainder of the semester due to COVID-19 considerations. If you would like to arrange a remote class via WebEx, Zoom, Skype or other modalities, please be in touch. Thank you for your understanding and take good care!

Please call us if you need an International Travel Health and Safety Class - Arrangements can be made to conduct a remote class!

 

 IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING YELLOW FEVER VACCINATION SHORTAGE

***There is currently (April 2020) an ongoing significant Yellow Fever Vaccination shortage in the US and special arrangements must be made well in advance of travel to schedule an appointment.  We recommend that you plan to get your Yellow Fever Vaccination ("Stamaril") at least 3-4 weeks prior to departure.  The only Yellow Fever Vaccinations  (Stamaril) available in Montana at this time are at RiverStone Health in Billings (406-247-3382).  Other US sites for Stamaril can be found at  https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/page/search-for-stamaril-clinics

Please call or e-mail the Travel Clinic and we will be happy to discuss any questions you might have !  406-994-7287  /  travelclinic@montana.edu