Locations

We serve the community with several locations which you will find listed below. Click on the location or office name to view more information and a brief description of services. You can find more information under Patient Services. We also provide PDF maps that you can download and print for many of these locations. You will find them on our PDF location maps page.

International Travelers Clinic

ECU Adult Specialty Care

2390 Hemby Lane
Greenville, NC 27834

Phone
252-744-5751

Hours
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Parking
available in front of the building



Travel to some countries can put a traveler at risk of diseases. Before visiting countries where mosquito control, water and sewer systems, and general hygiene differ from those in the United States, it is wise to take some precautionary measures.

Providers in our International Travelers Clinic will evaluate the country-specific health risks, prescribe medications, and administer immunizations to ensure, to the greatest extent possible, your safe travel abroad. Utilizing the most up to date resources, we match prevention with your destination country or region.

The clinic is a North Carolina State Department of Health-designated center for the FDA-approved yellow fever vaccine.

View a letter for prospective travelers (pdf)

During Your Visit

Services provided in the travel clinic include (but not limited to):

  • Immunizations for vaccine preventable diseases
  • Medication for prevention of malaria, as appropriate for the planned itinerary
  • Counseling regarding specific measures for prevention of insect-borne diseases, food and water borne disease; medications for travelers' diarrhea, motion sickness, and altitude sickness, if necessary
  • Advice regarding health related risks and prevention for the planned itinerary
  • Post travel evaluation

Scheduling an Appointment

We recommend calling for an appointment 6-8 weeks in advance of departure, whenever possible. When this is not possible, we will attempt to meet the travelers' needs. Travelers are advised to bring vaccination records to the clinic visit.


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