Vaden’s Travel Clinic provides you with pre-travel consultation specific to your health history, destination, potential activities, and the health and safety issues of the destination. Our goal is to help you stay safe and healthy during your trip so you can enjoy your experience to the fullest extent. We can also help coordinate a Medical Services evaluation for travelers with self-identified risk factors and/or disease symptoms. There is a consultation fee, and immunizations are charged separately.
The clinic is staffed by nurses certified in travel health by the International Society of Travel Medicine and nurses specializing in travel health. For additional information see the Medical Services Staff page.
- Margaret Curry, RN, CTH™
- Nancy Masunaga, RN, MSN, CTH™
- Julie Richards, NP, CTH™
Scheduling an Appointment
When to Schedule an Appointment
Schedule your appointment at least four to six weeks before departure to allow enough time to receive the recommended vaccinations. Travelers with identified risk factors and/or disease symptoms should make an appointment in Medical Services for a pre-travel assessment.
Cancellation and No-Show Policy
Up to one hour is reserved for your appointment. There is a no-show charge for patients who cancel an appointment with less than 24 hours notice or who do not show up for their scheduled appointment.
Eligibility and Cost
Stanford students and their spouses/partners are eligible to use the Travel Clinic. Faculty, staff, are alumni are eligible and may schedule an appointment on a space available basis. There is a consultation fee for students and for non-students. Immunizations are charged separately.
Outside Travel Clinics
Although we try to accommodate all requests for appointments, at times the demand is so great that we refer clients to the Travel Medicine Clinic at Stanford Hospital & Clinics or to other