Travel Medicine Information
International travel can be an exciting opportunity, one of which shouldn’t be interrupted by illness. The Womack Army Medical Center Travel Clinic offers travel-related advice to help ensure traveler’s get the most out of their trip. Services are provided to dependent beneficiaries, retired service members, dependents accompanying active duty service members on PCS orders, and active duty soldiers traveling on leave. Active duty soldiers on orders for PCS or TDY must process through the Soldier Readiness Center. DA employees must process through Occupational Health and Contractors should check with their contracting agency to determine eligibility.
Appointments for international travelers should be made at least 4-6 weeks in advance of travel in order to allow time for all vaccinations.
The Department of Medicine/Travel Clinic works in conjunction with the Allergy/Immunology Clinic to provide vaccinations including Hepatitis, Typhoid fever and meningococcal vaccine among others. Travel visit and immunizations are both provided in the same general area and can be completed at the same appointment.
Womack Army Medical Center Travel Clinic Summary
Active duty service members (not on travel orders*), family members and retirees.
Medical recommendation for international travel includes medical advice on health precautions, vaccinations, and medication to prevent malaria, travelers' diarrhea, air/motion sickness and altitude sickness.
Appointments should be 4-6 weeks prior to departure to allow for appropriate immunizations to be provided. Appointments currently available Monday afternoons only.
Womack Army Medical Center
Bldg 4-2817, Clinic Mall, 2nd Floor
Check-In at Internal Medicine
All American Expressway Entrance
Fort Bragg, NC 28310
We are currently unable to do walk-ins. Please contact 910-907-8385 to schedule an appointment with one of our travel providers.