Quality Healthcare. Priority Services. Convenient Location.

The Travel Doctor medical staff provides you with the most efficient processes available including: priority appointments for pre-travel consultations and vaccines, and on-site lab and imaging services. Our appointment accessibility and convenient location will allow you to give your health priority status.
The Travel Doctor is a Travel Medicine Clinic and Corporate Healthcare Management practice established in Dallas in 1991.
Our healthcare team provides experienced, quality care and current information about travel medicine and insurance coverages.
Vaccines. Pre-travel preparedness. Internal medicine. Diagnostic lab and imaging. Schedule an appointment.

On-Call 24/7

The Travel Doctor provides on-call assistance to established patients.

New Offices

Our 2022 office relocation provides a modern clinic in a convenient location.

Website Resources

Links to Travel Health information and other helpful resources.

Upcoming Travel?

Do your health a favor and schedule an appointment early – some vaccines require time to be fully effective. The best practice is to visit a travel medicine clinic 4-6 weeks before travel.

Frequent Travel Concerns

Covid Updates

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides up-to-date information regarding Covid-19 Travel Requirements; International Travel; and Cruise Ship Travel. For additional Travel Health Information, visit the links on our News & Resources page.

Required and Recommended Vaccinations

Refer to these helpful resources when planning an international trip.

Does Insurance Cover the Cost of Vaccines?

The vaccines necessary for international travel are often not covered by medical insurance. The Travel Doctor staff is well versed in insurance coverages and is available to discuss vaccine fees with you before you make a final decision about your trip.

Travelers Diarrhea

Be prepared for this common situation when you are traveling. Know prevention tactics, what to do if you contract Travelers Diarrhea, and which warning signs should prompt you to contact your physician. Details are in this article about Travel Preparedness.

Malaria Concerns

Travelers visiting Africa have the highest risk of contracting Malaria, with cases also seen in those who have traveled to Asia, Oceania, Central and South America, the Caribbean and the Middle East. Your doctor can prescribe medications (depending upon the area and length of travel) to help prevent malaria; however, none of these are 100% effective in prevention, and therefore protective measures against mosquito bites is also highly recommended.

Preparing for Emergency Situations

Knowing some of your options prior to traveling may help in an emergency situation. Consider the information in this article about Emergency Preparedness When Traveling Internationally.

We believe the heart of healthcare is service

The experienced medical team at The Travel Doctor is available to assist you with pre-travel consultations, concerns during travel, and any post-travel illnesses.

Appointments to Fit Your Schedule

Comprehensive Medical Counseling

On-site Labs and Imaging

24/7 On-Call Physician

Keeping You Informed

Travel Health news, tips and information for international travelers.